Your Private Charter
Waterfront Charters know that guests of all ages love taking ocean adventures aboard our sleek, sturdy RIBs. Our Ocean Safaris are extremely popular, and we are now offering a family-friendly Private Charter option aboard Adventure 1. Supremely safe, our low-slung Rigid Hulled Inflatable is pushed along by twin outboard motors making light work of the swells, with each guest seated firmly in their own seat with handy grab-handle. The bow dips occasionally, following the rise and fall of the ocean, allowing a fine sea spray to cool down passengers; the ride is pure fun!
Safe for the younger family members as well as Mom, Dad and the grandparents, opportunities abound to see the amazing Atlantic Ocean wildlife, and the Cape scenery is breath-taking when viewed from Table Bay – there is no better family adventure to be had.
What to Wear:
We recommend comfortable non-slip shoes (e.g. trainers / no high heels). Comfortable clothes that will allow you to straddle the jet boat seat. Sun lotion a must. Be sure to pack something warm for after your trip.
Email us to arrange a cooler bag of drinks for your guests.
No other beverages or spirits may be brought aboard without prior written permission.
Safety aboard the Adventure Boats:
Waterfront Charters are serious about safety and our guests are our top priority. Please read through our safety guidelines before booking:
Only children over the age of 13 are allowed aboard, and they must be over 1.2 metres in height and able to straddle the on-board seats with both feet on the deck.
We are obliged to put weight restrictions on the seating as well to ensure the wellbeing of our adult guests.
- A maximum of 80kg allowed in front seats.
- A maximum of 100kg allowed in back seats.
Our lifejackets /PFD’s available sizes are: 60 to 125cm chest size.
The following conditions may be adversely affected by the trip: Pregnancy, High Blood Pressure; Heart Conditions; Acute and/or Chronic Knee or Back Injuries. Any person with declared medical condition will not be permitted to go on the trip unless a medical certificate approving the trip - signed within the previous 30 days - is obtained and handed into the office.