08 Jul 1999
The sails are westbound
The East coast wind might be perfect for sailing, but the breath taking sunsets and landscape in the West are not to be ignored. The waters teem with big game fishing boats at the time, and Jacques decides to compete for day cruises with a catamaran built in South Africa. The second boat, solely dedicated to private cruises, is bought in the Seychelles. A shaded area is provided to shelter visitors from the hot West Coast sun while providing the same security and comfort found on the East Coast fleet.