SABBEX says industry is looking to transform a) What was the overarching theme of this year’s conference? There were two
New MD Rob Brennan talks to SABBEX about the tragic loss of Duncan Lethbridge and how he and his team plan to build on the Lethbridge legacy.
Production boats may rule in Paarden Eiland, but not on Thesen Island
After two postponements the waiting game is finally over, says show organiser Phindani Nene
Cape Point could be next for Cape Town ‘laaitjie’ Cameron Bellamy, who spoke to SABBEX about his 56-hour Caribbean crossing from Barbados to St Lucia
Cape Town boat builder discovers there is no shortcut to success with dramatic Zambezi River launch.
Admiral Powercats has teamed up with Droomers Yamaha to launch South Africa’s next generation surf rescue vessel.
Jeremy Bagshaw invites you to the jewel of Cape Town – come and find all your coffee & rigging needs at the shared premises of Kelp Cafe & Cape Point Rigging, in Simon’s Town!
V&A WATERFRONT CONFIRMS BERTHING DISCOUNT FOR SABBEX BOATBUILDERS
As materials scientists and metallurgists, One Eighty adds significant value to the boatbuilding industry.
Aquarium guru talks to SABBEX about the country’s latest matric subject and its potential impact on the maritime sector
A legendary South African Motor Yacht that once braved the Cape of Storms has completed her first roadtrip.
LOOKING SHARP: THE MARKETING MAN BEHIND THE CAPE 31 SPEAKS TO SABBEX ABOUT THE SOUTH AFRICA’S NEW KEELBOAT SENSATION
Cape Town-based yacht brokers Abromowitz Sharp has signed a worldwide sales and marketing agreement with Cape Sailboats.
South African boating industry stalwarts have paid tribute to Duncan Lethbridge as a boatbuilding legend, adventurer, and all-round good guy.
Sabbex meets the composite guru building the Cape 31 keelboat: Uwe Jaspersen.
Veecraft Marine this month launched a new ship building facility at the Port of Cape Town, Cape Town. The new
Inspirational maritime mentoring programme in Spain has ripple effect on local market
A 106-year-old yacht believed to have taken part in the Dunkirk evacuation, has herself been rescued and is being restored in Hout Bay.
The man who would tow an iceberg to the Cape, much to the amusement of dinner parties everywhere, says the plan is closer than ever.