2018 Two Oceans Tuna Derby
Nov19

2018 Two Oceans Tuna Derby

The Two Oceans Tuna Derby – one of the biggest and most anticipated fishing events of the year.   In the tuna fishing world, this derby is one of the best. Endorsed by  Two Oceans Marine, it is has been running for fifteen years and it includes participants from all over the world. The event starts by the Atlantic Boat Club, in Houtbay harbor – but the fishing takes place round about 20 to 50 nautical miles...

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Seal Snorkeling & Kayaking With Bucketlist
Nov15

Seal Snorkeling & Kayaking With Bucketlist

We sent our Amanzi detectives to check out two of Bucketlist’s water-focused adventures packages.   Bucketlist is a Cape Town based adventure business. The team members are local and lekker – kind, supportive and patient guides who made us feel comfortable and safe wherever we went. Most importantly, the Bucketlist team is genuinely passionate about their water-job and delivering the best quality service. First, we did:...

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Champion Swimmers With An Extra Chromosome
Nov13

Champion Swimmers With An Extra Chromosome

 “First we fell in love with swimming, and then we fell in love with each other”     The O’Neill’s have are world renowned champion swimmers despite all odds. The winning swimming couple both have Down Syndrome- but that hasn’t stopped them from pursuing their passion for the water, and each other.    “Together they train, motivate one another, compete – and win.”   The swimmers are originally from Queensburgh...

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A Millennial’s Solution to the Great Pacific Garbage Patch Problem
Nov07

A Millennial’s Solution to the Great Pacific Garbage Patch Problem

“FOR SOCIETY TO PROGRESS, WE SHOULD NOT ONLY MOVE FORWARD BUT ALSO CLEAN UP AFTER OURSELVES.” – BOYAN SLAT, CEO & FOUNDER “Let’s face it – humans are by nature careless with trash” With an exponential increase in plastic and waste materials throughout the years, it was time for an ocean cleanup solution conceived by a Millennial. The problem of plastic pollution, and waste material...

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Victory for Marine Biodiversity Protection In South Africa
Oct30

Victory for Marine Biodiversity Protection In South Africa

The South African cabinet has approved 20 new protected marine areas –  an area perimeter two and a half times larger than the Kruger National Park.   The objectives are to:  1) Protect our ocean’s heritage for future generations. 2) Contribute to fisheries sustainability. 3) Advance marine ecotourism. 4) Help maintain resilience in ecosystems that are under stress from climate change.    A Network Of Marine Biodiversity  ...

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