Saturday, February 6, 2016

Sunset Sail

Last day in Cape Town: the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront
Ferris wheel at the Victoria Wharf Shopping Center.
Victoria Basin.
The Port of Cape Town is one of the busiest marinas in the world. It is a huge commercial shipping venue as well as an extensive pleasure boat anchorage. The icing on the cake of our visit was a sunset sail. Our catamaran was moored at the Royal Cape Yacht Club.
So many beautiful boats.
Seriously.  Look at all of the masts!
Permission to come aboard Captain!
Leaving the harbor, numerous huge ships.
At the helm.
View back toward Cape Town and Table Mountain.
The wind in our sails.
Gorgeous anchorage at Clifton.
I looked into the sun. Who were the paddlers on boards?
Clifton Life Savers having a workout.
It seemed a beautiful dream.
As I blissfully enjoyed the ambiance and views....
The Clifton Life Savers were jumping off rocks into the sea.
Loving life.
Warming up the shipboard braii (BBQ). So spoiled.
We passed a pirate boat for charter also on a sunset sail.
As the sun set we headed for port.
It was such a beautiful night and a perfect conclusion to the vacation of a lifetime. Thank you SO much Sean, Jill, Scott, Lindsay, James and Kieron. Without you we would never have discovered Cape Town's amazing beauty. Spending time with you was completely off-the-charts wonderful. Miss you already. Love xox 

1 comment:

  1. THat would have been my fave part!
    I love being on the water..look at your views!!


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