On The Water
- Very little traffic with plenty of sea life including seals, penguins, dolphins, sharks and whales.
- Good sailing conditions with lots of sunshine, wind and beautiful surroundings.
- Beautiful unspoiled coastlines with large quiet beaches and tall steep mountains, with green valleys and forests. Lots of small picturesque villages.
- There is normally no over-crowding in yacht harbours, each yacht has its own mooring space on the marina.
On The Shore
- Cape Town City Centre on the slopes of the world renowned land mark, Table Mountain, is a unique and bustling metropolis of handsome buildings, friendly people and has a European ambiance.
- Cape Town Waterfront is an old Victorian-style working harbour with many shops, restaurants and some popular hotels.
- Hout Bay on the Atlantic Ocean is an enchanting town and fishing harbour nestling in a wide green hill flanked valley.
- Langebaan Lagoon is about 100km [60 miles] north of Cape Town with a 20km [12 miles] long lagoon consisting of four Islands. The entire area being a nature reserve.
- Club Mykonos is a "Greek Style" village with a marina.
- Simon's Town on the Indian Ocean side of the peninsula is an old navy town build against the mountain.
- Gordons Bay also on the Indian Ocean is a small charming village and fishing harbour built against the mountain side.
- Cape Point also known as the Cape of Storms, is the steep mountain cliff on the entrance to False Bay. Weather depending, it can offer some exciting sailing!