June in South Africa signals the arrival of the winter season and is usually accompanied by the cold and the rain, many reasons to stay indoors. However , there are many beautiful days that nestle in between the cold fronts that make their way with ferocity over the Peninsula and the beauty of the Cape Read more about Winter won’t stop us!![…]
2011 was the 10th time the Freedom Swim was officially held. Starting at Robben Island and ending at Big Bay the swim distance is an impressive 7.5km of cold water swimming. This is the forth or fifth time we have taken part in the swim accompanying various swimmers across the channel. Including Natalie Du Toit Read more about 2011 Freedom Swim[…]
The weather has not slowed the pace of Zangetsu, as we managed to venture out in gale force winds. Unfortunately the fun and water (provided by the sea and wind) had by ALL, did not allow for many pictures to be taken. The waves were big and the speed was right. In Hout Bay recently Read more about So that was last week….[…]
So, on our way to our latest charter we see that MCM (Marine and Coastal Management) have been inspired by us and the LEGENDARY ZANGETSU.It was enough to give the members of Conquest Charters Marine and Tourism a warm fuzzy feeling. In summary they have a Gemini Wave Rider 850 with two Honda 225 engines Read more about Good enough to be used in Antarctica[…]
It almost looks better on the Toyota, but having twins so suits the GEMINI.
I could go into details about the new Honda 225’s we have at the back of Zangetsu. But these pictures should give you an idea how awesome they really are.
It’s been a while but this some of things we’ve been up to? Cape Town is a favoured destination for movie makers and a recent German mini-series being shot here saw Zangetsu being required for some all important media shots. The all familiar movie crew, the grips and production agencies bustling around the streets of Read more about Lights, Camera, Action[…]
Cape Town “2008” was awesome! We saw our fleet double from one to two boats. The slow build of “Zangetsu” was worth the wait! The awesome 8.5m Gemini really performs well and is more than capable of handling the rough seas around Cape Town (although we prefer NOT to test those capabilities). The weather was Read more about GO BIG OR GO HOME… we go forward[…]
Well winter has set in to Cape Town and our main charter runs come to end. However if you are keen for diving, now is the best time to get out to False Bay and see some of the awesome wrecks and reefs that can be found along the coast. As with most seasonal businesses Read more about Winter in the Cape[…]
Now with all the fun and games that goes with rides the big blue….there comes a time when you either need a new vessel or an upgrade. Enter ZANGETSU…. Now CONQUEST the lovely boat introduced earlier (see The Mean Machine above) will still be in service. As mentioned earlier we started in the film industry Read more about Introducing ZANGETSU[…]