Postal address:PO Box 72, Langebaan, 7357
Club Telephone:022-772 2466
is controlled by the South African Transport Services up to
"Die Herberg" thereafter the National Parks Board takes over.
enlargement: 25 K)
& Radio Procedure
The Langebaan Yacht Club requests all visiting yachts
to phone the Club Manager before departing for Langebaan to
ensure moorings will be available. The Manager is available
every day except Mondays and Tuesdays. Permission must be
obtained from the Saldanha Bay Port Control before entering
and departing Saldanha Bay on Channel 16 - working frequency
Channels 10 and 12. As described under Saldanha Bay, when
crossing the main shipping channel from Saldanha to Langebaan
and vice-versa the Port Control's permission must also be
are also requested to call the Yacht Club by radio on Channel
71 when approaching and the call sign is "Langebaan Yacht
Club". When approaching the Club, yachts must tie up at the
floating jetty in front of the Clubhouse where they will be
directed to their mooring.
Facilities & Regulations
Club is situated on the south side of Langebaan approximately
300 metres past the Parksboard Offices. It has a full bar,
an ablution block, a braai area which visitors are welcome
to use, a T V, a fire place for winter and a Public Telephone
in the Clubhouse. Water available 5 meters from jetty at the
cost of R5 to fill and R5 to wash boats. Paraffin, gas and
food stocks can be obtained from the supermarket in the village
approximately 1 km away.
Foreign yachts and yachts departing overseas, are required
to complete their clearance at Saldanha. The Customs Officer
may be contacted through the Saldanha Bay Yacht Club, tel
no: (022) 714 1036. Local yachts are only required to complete
the Skippers Register in the Club and the departure form.
Langebaan Village is approximately 2 kilometres away from
the Yacht Club and has a Post Office, Standard Bank, supermarkets,
Take-aways and restaurants. There is a bus service between
Langebaan and Cape Town.