Hout Bay, Llandudno, Noordhoek and Kommetjie with Chapman's Peak Pass and Table Mountain in the background.      Perfection!


Our Mission

Our mission is to help you experience the unusual, rare and exclusive in your travelling adventures. Experience a few hours, or a day on a real lived on classic cruising yacht. Explore this magnificent coastline, anchor off cliffs, coves and beaches and observe the prolific sea life right up close and personal. Be whisked off by an inflatable to shore where you can meet someone to take you through the famous Chapman's Peak Pass, horse riding at Noordhoek, or even diving with the seals at the famous Duiker Island named after the diving Cormorant.

This charter company aims at creating exclusive tailor made personal tours for small parties who want to experience the unique in sailing. We are not a high volume organisation marketing high volume standard tours. Here you engage with us in a conspiracy to turn your nautical dreams into reality. 

With over 20 years of chartering experience, the operators of the famous charter vessel are truly seasoned in creating unforgettable experiences. The Facebook pages Yacht Sweet Waters and Port Sail Charters bear witness to that. Go to the links tab and enjoy the record.

Hout Bay tour

From Hout Bay harbour past Chapman’s Peak with great views of Noordhoek beach and back. About three hours. $40 per person.

Kommetjie tour

From Hout Bay harbour past Chapman’s Peak with great views of Noordhoek beach to Kommetjie reef and back. About four hours.  $60 per person.

We are also working on the possibility of collaborating with a commercial operator who will be able to pick passengers up from the yacht with a rubber duck and embark them on a minibus at Kommetjie for the spectacular Chapman’s Peak pass trip back to Hout Bay.

Llandudno Tour

From Hout Bay to Llundundo beach, anchor and return. About seven hours. $90 per person.

Camps Bay Tour

From Hout Bay to Camps Bay, anchor and return. About eight to nine hours. $100 per person.

Yacht Sweet Waters at her walk on Marina