Jolly Roger with Larry G on Saturday 31 March -for a wonderful party

Combine a well known DJ with a silky saxophonist a mad percussionist on the iconic Jolly Roger pirate boat, and you have a crazy party concoction.

The Jolly Roger, is the only pirate boat in South Africa, offers the young at heart an authentic adventure-filled experience and is particularly popular as a party boat for themed year-end functions, bachelor and bachelorettes and for families with young children

Saxophonist Larry G has shared stage with international saxophonist Kirk Whalum. Whilst Jay Feel a fiery percussionist performed with Micasa and the late Hugh Masekela. DJ Waggy made countless guest appearances on commercial radio stations and wowed festival crowds.

The trio has joined forces to take party to a whole new level. Showcasing their party skills compiling your favourite tracks and adding drumbeats and jazzy saxophone tunes to get you dancing till the sun goes down. Join this crazy trio on a spectacular Jolly Roger sunset party cruise.

This iconic pirate boat leaves @ 6h30pm and welcomes sunset seekers with a complimentary glass of bubbly and a light snack. The party continues on the jetty with a boerewors stand and cash bar till 10pm.

A wonderful wine tasting venue in heart of waterfront -Cellar in the City

A friend has opened a wonderful wine tasting venue in the heart of the waterfront

Cellar in the city opened for trading on Saturday at the Watershed in the Waterfront.

Its is at entrance 3 next to the Titanic exhibition.

We are open from 10 am to 7pm everyday.

Do go and visit and sample and buy an array of wines from W Cape vineyards.

HMS Iron Duke will receive a 21 gun salute when it nears Robben Island around 7:30 tomorrow morning

The South African Navy will welcome a British Royal Navy ship to Cape Town in grand style.

The HMS Iron Duke will receive a 21 gun salute when it nears Robben Island around 7:30 tomorrow morning (20 Aug 2014).

The vessel left the UK in June on operational deployment.

Picture: Wikimedia Commons.

HMS Iron Duke is a Type 23 frigate of the Royal Navy, and the third ship to bear the name.

Iron Duke was launched on 2 March 1991 by Lady Jane King in the presence of the Duke and Duchess of Wellington.

Capetonians are used to hearing the sound of the noon gun at least once a day.

But tomorrow will be different.

The Navy’s Chief Petty Officer, Dudley Malgas says the Signal Hill Noon Gun will be used in a 21 gun salute to welcome the HMS Iron Duke.

“They will follow with their 21 gun salute, and we will then respond with our 21 gun salute.”

It’s going to be a noisy affair, but Malgas has welcomed spectators on Signal Hill tomorrow.

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