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Fun Family Friendly Activity in Mossel Bay

Family Friendly Holiday Activities in Mossel Bay The Romonza is one of the oldest and most popular attractions in Mossel Bay. The spacious 16 meter ketch named Romonza gives visitors and holiday makers the opportunity to experience a Seal Island trip in the bay of Mossel Bay. A trip on the Romonza is suited for […]… More Info

Spot a Whale in Mossel Bay

Whale Watching in Mossel Bay

Spot a Whale in Mossel Bay Whales in Mossel Bay It’s whaling season and the Mossel Bay area coastline is once again the play ground of numbers of Southern Right Whales. Charmaine Klapwijk from the Romonza Boat Trips in Mossel Bay, one of the only registered passenger boats along the South African coast, sent us […]… More Info

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Boat Trips in Mossel Bay

Romonza Activities and Attractions in Mossel Bay The Romonza is a family run business that has been operating in Mossel Bay for more than 34 years. […]… More Info….

Romonza Boat Trips in Mossel Bay

Romonza Boat Trips in Mossel Bay Mosel Bay Activities The Romonza offers seal Island Trips, Sunset Cruises and Boat Based Whale Watching in Mossel Bay. These are some of the most popular activities in Mossel Bay. Individuals, families and groups are all welcome. Whale Watching in Mossel Bay Romonza is a spacious 16 m ketch and the only Registered Passenger Boat in South Africa licensed to carry up to 36 persons for boat based whale watching with permit. Join them for a whale watching trip from June to November. Seal Island Boat Trips in Mossel Bay The Romonza Seal Island trips are every hour on the hours from 10:00 to 17:00 all year round. The boat sail to Seal Island and stop for a close look at 3000 fascinating seals – don’t forget your camera.

Mossel Bay Boat Based Whale Watching

Boat Based Whale Watching in Mossel Bay

With the Romonza in Mossel Bay you can experience the sight of a whale close up at sea during a boat based whale watching trip. From July to October the whales are here and now you can observe the largest mammal…

Romonza celebrating 35 years in business

Romonza celebrating 35 years in business Today, the 6th of November 2012, the Romonza in Mossel Bay is celebrating 35 years in business. The Romonza is a family business that has been in the industry for three generation. Boat Trips in Mossel Bay The Romonza is a registered passenger boat that is licensed to carry 50 persons for boat based whale watching.  This spacious 16m ketch offer Seal Island Trips as well as Sunset Cruises. All Boat Trips are guided by fully qualified Tourist Guides. Seal Island Trips in Mossel Bay Seal Island Trips are the main attraction of the Romonza in Mossel Bay. These trips leave every hour on the hour from 10h00 to 17h00 all year round, depending on the weather. Experience Seal Island from the deck of the Romonza and see more than 3000 seals playing in the water. Whale Watching Boat Trips in Mossel Bay The Romonza was awarded one of the twenty boat based whale watching permits in South Africa and is the only Registered Passenger Boat along the South African Coast to take up to 50 passengers to observe the largest mammals on earth close up. We have a special qualified whale guide on […]

The Romonza in Mossel Bay

Seal Island Trips onboard the Romonza in Mossel Bay The Romonza is a well-known tourist attraction in Mossel Bay and takes a large number of tourists around seal island each year. Here is some interesting information regarding the Romonza for those who already embarked on a trip or those who are planning a trip onboard the Romonza in Mossel Bay. Passenger Boat in Mossel Bay for Island Trips The Romonza was not initially built for what it is used for today. Wim Klapwyk built the yacht to embark on a trip around the world. It took him 7 years to complete the project after which he first only played with it in the bay of Mossel Bay. It was only while doing this that he realized that his wife got motion sickness and the trip around the world only a dream. He then just used the boat to explore the bay and went around Seal Island. People soon started to ask him to take the along when he went around the Island and this was how the Romonza started as a passenger boat. According to Charmaine, Wim Klapwyk asked his children to give him a name for the boat and […]

The Romonza in Mossel Bay

The Romonza in Mossel Bay Interview with Charmaine Klapwyk  from the Romonza On the 10th of January 2011 I had an interview with the owner of the Romonza in Mossel Bay, the mecca of the Garden Route in South Africa. The main aim of the interview was to get an in-depth look into the Romonza…