The Algoa Bay Yacht Club (ABYC) was established on 14 September 1959 and has become a landmark in the city. From paying a sporting body rental of R150.00 per month prior to 2000, ever increasing rental demands – some increases as high as 61% – have led to the TNPA instituting legal action against the well known yacht club. With humble beginnings from a ‘garage’ the club has grown to it’s pres … [Read more...] about Could this be a body blow to the much vaunted PE Waterfront
Author: Expert Tours Plastic Patrol with Masifunde Kids Plastic Patrol - Algoa Bay ! Why do we Silke and Rainer as well as Massifunde and Jonas Schumacher get involved in this project? Well for Jonas his passion lies in training education and uplifting, and so do we as well believe that South Africa and its habitants need a long-term education in many fields, hence sine we are … [Read more...] about Plastic Patrol – Algoa Bay !
The Algoa Bay Yacht Club's Chartroom Restaurant recently re-introduced their Sushi Menu. Under the capable hands of Sushi Chef, Masie, diners can experience warm summers days on the deck with a chilled glass of white wine (or other beverage of choice) and fresh sushi. A limited menu ensures quick service and consistency. Author: Alan Straton from … [Read more...] about New Sushi Menu at ABYC
Franck and Delphine Lechifflart performed the first of their FREE acrobatic shows from their sailboat, La Loupiote, at the Algoa Bay Yacht Club last night. The first of the two 20 minute long shows at 6:00 pm was in the style of old Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin movies and called ‘The Sailors’ which saw Franck and Delphine performing some classic slapstick whilst precariously balancing on bo … [Read more...] about Floating Circus