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Welcome to the


Welcome to the



The OPBC is located in Granger Bay within the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town. It has provided a valuable service to boaters for almost 50 years.

The launch facility at Oceana Power Boat Club caters for the full spectrum of motorised and non-motorised water craft. This includes power boats, jet-skis and surf-skis. The launch facility also provides a service to a number of governmental, institutional, law-enforcement and rescue services. 

The OPBC is a family orientated club with a swimming pool and braai facilities for members. The club kitchen offers a value for money menu for both early dinners and lunches. Snack baskets are also available. The club kitchen is open to the public.



The Oceana Power Boat Club has the only launching facility on the Table Bay coastline. The club caters for a wide variety of pleasure boaters, recreational fisherman and commercial fisherman. The launching facility is open to the public, but non-members will need to pay a slip way fee of R100. All boats using these facilities will need to have approved CoF’s and skippers tickets. For more information on our launching facilities, please click here.


Oceana Power Boat Club has an extremely active jetski membership. The slipway is the ideal place to launch into Table Bay.


Oceana Surfski Club is a part of the Oceana Power Boat Club. Nestled between the V&A Water Front and Granger Bay, our tiny harbour is the ideal place for launching surfski’s no matter the weather. Club night is every Thursday in summer with a friendly dice starting at 6 pm. For more information, please click here


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The Oceana Power Boat Club (OPBC), was granted the right to operate from its Granger Bay site in 1974 by the then Minister of Transport and has provided a valuable  role for boaters from all walks of life in Cape Town. It was developed by a few founder members, headed by the Late Tony Fraquet, who reclaimed the land and used some old Cape Town buildings such as Alhambra Theatre to build the breakwater. They managed to build a small harbor with a viba-crete garage for a clubhouse. Slowly over the years the club was improved until it is what it is today. To read more about our history, click here.

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C 'mon down

The 'tail are running

Come the weekend, launch the boat, head for the island and catch SA’s favourite fish. In the last couple of weeks, the Yellowtail have been running with a few Skipjacks also being caught.

Or pop down and enjoy a Friday evening sundowner, order a burger and enjoy the boat activities while the sun sets.

The weekends are great to bring the whole family down.  Members are welcome to bring some charcoal and braai some meat or some freshly caught fish. Or just order from the kitchen, grab a cold beer and enjoy the sun and the view.

Please note, the pool and braai facilities are only available to members. Please also remember, no alcohol is permitted to be brought onto the premises from outside.