The Party boat a luxury YACHT just for your comfort!!
The Harbour cruise.
The Harbour cruise boat.
We will take you on an UNFORGETTABLE trip around Durban. Durban Harbour is the Biggest and busiest harbour in the southern hemisphere. There is so much to see, that the trip would seem shorter, than what it was. We will show you enormous ship up close. We will also ensure that you spend an informative hour or 30 minutes on the boats. Durban boasts the biggest harbor as it is capable to accommodate 58 ships at any given time and one in the Dry Dock. The port has a circumference of 21 km. The different docks do different jobs: City Pier stretches from The Point to Bat Center and is numbered from “A” shed to “R” shed. Here they do steel, containers, plants and fresh fruit. Island View does all kinds of liquids and Bluff does coal. Then there is the Maydon Wharf that does everything from Sugar, Grain, Steel, Scrap metal, Wood, Paper, Fertilizer and Granite.
Come join us on an exhilarating 2 hour cruise into the ocean on Bafana, to view one of the world’s most magnificent mammals, the HUMPBACK WHALE! They migrate to our warm coast to breed and give birth. The trip takes you into and beyond the Mozambican current where the gentle GIANTS lazy past. They are very inquisitive and often breach to the delight of our amazed passengers. If we are fortunate we will see a mother feeding a calf that was born on the way from the Ant-arctic to the tepid waters off the coast of Madagascar and Reunion. These beasts are enormous and will do amazing thing to our astonished guests. The calves are enormous creatures and sometimes play right in front of your eyes with its mother.
Join us on a lovely smooth soothing harbour cruise and de-stress as we take you on a 30 minute cruise on a very comfortable boat. Daily from 10am to 4pm. Nip away to a rustic harbour marina amongst working slipways and see ships manoeuvring. Wilson’s Wharf offers a yacht’s spectacular view of the working Durban Harbour. Tamed Marina water ripples below the drinking decks of outdoor pubs where festivity is served warm and seafood is served fresh from the fishing vessels. See the fourth largest container port in the Southern hemisphere in action. There are twenty terminal operators. Over 4500 commercial vessels call at the port every year for loading or discharging of a variety of cargo. These ships don’t only enter for loading but also for repairs, re-fueling and surveying. See the ships pass meters away from the Wharf and see the very powerful tugs assist these monstrous ships in the confined space of the Maydon Wharf and Esplanade Channel. The pilots are disembarked from the sailing ships either by Pilot boat or Helicopter. Each ship that enters or leaves the port MUST be assisted by a South African Pilot to ensure a safe and easy passage in and out of the port.