St Francis Safaris

St Francis Safaris, established in 1990, is the pioneer who brought exciting outdoor activities to Port St Francis with the emphasis on a variety of ocean activities. Tim and his staff are all professional Satour Qualified Guides, with an excellent reputation for captaining many deep sea fishing excursions as well as close encounters with our majestic whales and dolphins during sight seeing cruises.  St Francis Safaris is the only permit holder for boat based whale and dolphin sight seeing cruises in the entire Kouga. St Francis Safaris will tailor make your cruise, including events such as: Whale and dolphin sight seeing cruises Sunset cruises in the Bay Party & Wedding cruises Deep sea fishing Big game fishing Fly fishing Light tackle estuary fishing Canal cruises River cruises Bird Viewing cruises Airport shuttles     Contact: Tim Christy Telephone number: 042 2940 634 Cell: 082 569 3750 Address: Shop No 1, Squid Square, Port St...

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St Francis Bay Rod, Reel and Boat Club

The St Francis Bay Rod, Reel and Boat Club has been successfully running competitions and initiating and developing junior angling and competition fishing. The Club runs the Rodman Grand Slam and awards a trophy to the fisherman who lands the heaviest fish caught during the Jeffreys Bay Vang-‘n-Tannie, the Port Elizabeth Tuna Classic and the Port St Francis Tuna Marlin Challenge. The Club is affiliated to IGFA and the South African Deep Sea Angling Association SADSAA)>  The Club offers boat surveys, advice on skippers tickets and all general fishing info.  All paid up members are affiliated to the SADSAA.  All welcome! Contact:  Tim Christy:  0825693750...

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Port St Francis Ski Boat and Yacht Club

The Port St Francis Ski Boat and Yacht Club has a fine Clubhouse overlooking the Port. They run two official fishing competitions per year, the Port St Francis Tuna Challenge in July, and the Kouga Festive Fishing Competition in December. They are involved in fishing, recreational boating and competitions.

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