1 Hour Special Cruise

  • Seal Island & Chapman's Peak

This is a 1 hour cruise which leaves from Hout Bay harbour to Duiker Island to view the Cape Fur Seals. From there the boat will cross the bay and travel back to the harbour along the cliffs and caves of Chapman's Peak

  • Seal Island & Shipwreck

This 1 hour cruise is one of our special signature trips to see the Cape Fur Seals at Duiker Island and then continues below the Kabonkelberg mountain range to Moari Bay notoriously known for its Shipwrecks. There you will be able to view the remains of the wreck of the Bos 400 which ran aground in a Cape winter storm in 1994.





  • 1 Hour cruise.


  • Beverages


Warm top







Departure point

Hout Bay Harbour, Hout Bay, Cape Town

Return point



Please note, cruise times may change on the day. Drumbeat Charters may cancel the booking if we see the weather is unsuitable on the day.

Cancellation policy



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   Justin R. Riordan

5 March, 2019
Seal island was pretty cool and the charter wasn’t very expensive. Good activity in the morning as you explore the rest of the cape.
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   Michael Geissberger

9 February, 2019
Great experience. We did the short trip of 45 min to the seals. Great for smaller kids too. Best of all was the tame seal at the harbor. The kids could pet it! Fantastic!
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   Kita Karbary

12 December, 2018
Fantastic cruise with the family. The captain was amazing as were the crew. I have done many cruises in Hout Bay, but this was the first where there were as many crew ensuring the safety of the passengers... I highly recommend them.
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   Thomas Muecke

10 February, 2019
A convenient and reasonably priced option to see the famous Hout Bay seal colony. The boat is spacious, with an inside and outside area. Make sure, you be there on time as the boat will not wait for late comers. If you late, you will have to take the next boat if there is space. There is plenty to see in the harbor. Stay away from those guys that feed the seals, if you come to close or photograph them without paying them money, they will harass you. Very pesky!
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   Rudels P

19 December, 2018
We went on the last time(been quite few times, with international guests) in the winter and dark clouds. IT WAS SOOOO FUN! staff was friendly and helpful, say whats safe and not safe. Enjoyed how the captain took us over big waves and getting us to seal island and back safely with an great adventure behind us
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