Simonstown Harbour is on the False Bay side of Cape Town and is protected from the strong north-westerly winter winds which wreak havoc along the rest of the coastline. With a rich Naval history, Simonstown Harbour has seen its fair share of Navy ships although today harbour waters are filled with a number of leisure crafts, anchored here for enjoyment by locals and visitors.
The False Bay Yacht Club calls Simonstown Harbour their home with slipways available for visiting vessels, a marine shop and club house with a bar and restaurant along with any other professional services you may require. Charter companies which run deep sea fishing expeditions, shark cage diving, whale watching and trips to Seal Island all leave from the harbour at various times of the day and a water taxi is available from Simonstown harbour to
Kalk Bay Harbour every hour on the hour.
Simonstown Harbour offers a range of activities for the whole family to enjoy and shouldnâ€™t be missed on a trip to Cape Town.
Whale season is July - October
20 Bennett Close, Cairnside, Simons Town, 7975
Tel: 021 786 5552
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