Saturday, 7 November 2015

Hoklue, is due to arrive in Hout Bay next week.

Hōkuleʻa arrives in Mossel Bay along the southern coast of South Africa. Known as the historical capital of the world, archaeological findings show that Mossel Bay and the Pinnacle Point Caves may be the home grounds from which all modern man descended. Researchers believe humans who inhabited the area between 170,000 and 40,000 years ago became the lone surviving human inhabitants of the earth living off a diet of shellfish, fish and wild plants, forming the ancestral part for all humanity.  

She is in Mossel Bay and should depart early morning tomorrow?

We have received an additional report from our captain. Based on the latest weather forecasts, they are now anticipating departing Mossel Bay on Sunday, Nov. 8 at 1200, and heading first for Simons Town/False Bay Yacht Club, where they may tuck in for a couple days.
We would anticipate departing FBYC on Thursday, Nov. 12 at 0600, aiming for Hout Bay as an immediate launching point for a planned arrival in Cape Town on Saturday, Nov. 14.

  • ETA Hout Bay -- Thursday, Nov. 12 at 1300.
  • ETD Hout Bay -- Saturday, Nov. 14 at 0700.
  • ETA Cape Town -- Saturday, Nov. 14 at 1200.
  • Friendship Ceremony, V & A Waterfront, Saturday, Nov. 14 at 1400.
We anticipate the catamaran to arrive around 1 pm  on thursday next.
She will hosted by the Hout Bay Yacht Club.
Be there!

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