Cape Town: Waterfront and Sunset Champagne Cruise
- Duration: 1.5 hours
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What an awesome day. We had Barnabas as a guide, and he was just lovely. We were in a group of 6 people and were picked up from our apartment rental at 9am then drove about 45 minutes out to our first vineyard. We ended up doing 2 vineyards in the morning and then stopped for lunch at a vineyard/distillery/Italian restaurant in Franshoek, which had gin flights and delicious pizza. Then we continued on to 2 more vineyards in the afternoon, including Fairview which we had heard a lot about from friends because of wine/cheese pairings. Another of the vineyards had red wine and biltong pairings - a favorite for my boyfriend. All in all, great value for your money, delicious wine, beautiful vineyards, a wonderful overall experience.
For the price point, this is a great activity! The sunset cruise was just incredible. There was lots of sparkling rose (and other beverages, for a fee) and we saw the most beautiful sunset across the Cape Town skyline. After the cruise, we had dinner at Melancino on the waterfront. The food was not bad, especially for the low price. However given all the incredible restaurants on the waterfront, and the limited prix fixe menu we were offered at Melancino, I would recommend just doing the sunset cruise and then going to the restaurant of your choice for dinner!
The wheel was modern and well-Located at the Waterfront. There was a muslem prayer room just behind the Wheel which was a blessing. Thanks to those who arranged it.
I enjoyed the boat ride and the people on board were friendly,they offered us some drinks too,thank you
It was awesome. The Crew members where such a vibe. Loved every bit of it.