Waterfront Charters knows that the keys to maintaining species and keeping our oceans safe for its inhabitants are varied, and must be sustainable. We help wherever possible with the release of rehabilitated birds back into their environment, and we educate the general public continually.Continue readingMore Tag
Table Mountain’s majestic presence framing our backdrop, it’s not surprising that we at Waterfront Charters have a constant view of the South African tourist market.Continue readingMore Tag
Whale watching has become an increasingly popular pastime on the shores and waters of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans that skirt the Cape. This is entirely understandable: these magnificent creatures come straight from the pages of a fantasy novel – their sheer bulk is beyond anything that roams the land, and yet they are as graceful as birds in flight and as playful as any land-based creature.Continue readingMore Tag
Our range of boats and chartering options lends itself to any form of team incentive or seminar. From the elegant motor propelled catamaran Sea Princess, which can host up to 140 people in comfort, through our smaller but equally attractive catamarans Enigma and Serenity One that can take groups of up to 45 people.Continue readingMore Tag
As one with nature, powered by the wind, surrounded by the ocean’s creatures; you can relax like only someone going nowhere can relax.Continue readingMore Tag
Valentine’s Day is a few weeks away, and if ever there was a day that just begged for memories to be made, this is it.Continue readingMore Tag
When we take guests out on our beautiful boats on coastline and sunset cruises, we always encourage those aboard to look both to sea and to our amazing mountains. Looking at the sunlit cliffs, we revel in the fact that those peaks and valleys are part of Table Mountain National Park – protected and preserved for future generations.Continue readingMore Tag
‘Rigid-hulled Inflatable Boats’ may seem like a contradiction in terms. But they are exactly that; lightweight but high-performance and high-capacity boats.
RIBS, knots and adrenaline. The 21st Century way of generating extreme thrills. And yes, it’s very safe. We follow the rules in every sense, so whilst your heart will race, your brain will know that you will arrive back at shore in one piece, with a grin from ear to ear and an earnest desire to do it again, and soon.
The one thing that affected the Polynesian navigators of old affects us at Waterfront Charters too: as seasons change, so does the sunset time.Continue readingMore Tag