SA INAUGURAL NATIONAL OCEAN FESTIVAL GETS UNDER WAY

Cape Town: 30 October 2015

The entrance to SA Ocean Festival at the foot of Table View Hotel at the V&A Waterfront at the Cape Town harbour.
The entrance to SA Ocean Festival at the foot of Table View Hotel at the V&A Waterfront at the Cape Town harbour.

Setting up site at V&A Waterfront for this weekend’s inaugural national Ocean Festival is virtually complete and baring Cape Town weather’s unpredictable stability, it’s literally all systems go from now on!

A scattered cloud cover with general bright weather marked by a gentle easterly breeze earlier this morning
A scattered cloud cover with general bright weather marked by a gentle easterly breeze earlier this morning

Driven by the SA Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA), with partners Worldsport and bankrolled by oil and shipping black investment group, Calulo; the country’ newest festival will be the launch pad for a new comprehensive Marine Tourism and Leisure strategy planned to stimulate and draw investment to the country’s marine environment.

For more, go to http://www.oceanfestival.co.za

More pics!

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SA Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) CEO Commander Tsietsi Mokhele (Right) with Media & Communications manager Tebogo Ramatjie and Executive Head assistant Charity Bodiba exiting the SABC's Sea Point studios after a live television interview early today.
SA Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) CEO Commander Tsietsi Mokhele (Right) with Media & Communications manager Tebogo Ramatjie and Executive Head assistant Charity Bodiba exiting the SABC’s Sea Point studios after a live television interview
early today.

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