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Volvo Ocean Race -Lisbon to Cape Town

  After a fast and furious opening to Leg 2 of the Volvo Ocean Race, the fleet is settling into a groove on Monday, with navigators and skippers already facing the first of many critical decisions on this race from Lisbon to Cape Town. Watch highlights from the windy start of Leg 2 Today will […]

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Happy 90th Birthday Hilary

Congratulations to Hilary Ralph on celebrating her 90th birthday on the 27th October 2017. Wishing her all the very best for the year ahead

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S A Maritime School

With the first real summer’s day and some wonderful fine weather a new group of enthusiastic students from the S A Maritime School enjoyed their second sail training session out on the bay under the instruction of coaches Moses Cele, Mongezi Mfeka and Lauritz Walsoe our visiting Danish sailing coach. The afternoon provided superb sailing […]

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The Great Clean Up

“One week on from the Great Storm and the Transnet teams are still removing debris and organic matter from the bay. With an average of 8 ten tonne truckloads being removed each day for the past week members will appreciate the magnitude of the cleanup operation. We are grateful to Transnet for their assistance and […]

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Extract from Ports & Ships Maritime News

An interesting extract from Ports & Ships Maritime News which may be of interest to members: With all navigable areas of Durban Bay having been surveyed and declared safe for navigation, shipping activity in the Port of Durban was able to return to normal on Friday, 13 October, three days after one of the worst […]

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