Durban Undersea Club
Durban Undersea Club, “DUC”, as it’s familiarly known, is a family orientated, social activities club for people that have an interest in the ocean and its beaches.
The Clubhouse currently serves as a “home” to several sports, where water sport participants can meet and arrange sporting activities as well socialize and entertain guests.
Although providing sporting related facilities and accommodating water sport members is the main priority of the club, the club has a large social and family membership that use the clubhouse mainly for its easy access to one of Durban’s finest beaches as well as it’s safe environment, clean facilities and affordable food and beverage offerings.
The beach in front of the new clubhouse is protected from large waves and currents by the Vetch’s pier breakwater, at +/- 500m long submerged reef which, along with adjacent limestone reef, is home to hundreds of species of marine life and is a great snorkel and or shallow Scuba Dive (max 6m depth).
The calm waters and protection from the Bluff makes the DUC beach one of the safest and best for beach-goers with children.
Meet the Comittee
The PWC, is a licensed premises and as such no alcohol may be brought on to the premises without permission of the committee or club manager. Corkage is payable on those items permitted.
No Alcohol purchased from the club may be taken onto the beach. This applies to PWC crockery as well.
All non-member “guests” (including family) must be signed into the guest book located in the office, as per the liquor license and club requirements. There is no limit to the guests allowed as long as it is a reasonable number. Groups of more than 10 guests, require permission from the club manager who will determine whether the PWC facilities can handle the influx on the day.
Dogs are only permitted in the dog area set aside.