PWC Clubhouse Update 3/01/2022

Dear DUC and DSBC Members

Compliments of the season and all the best for 2022 from the club committees, management and staff.

With the recent removal of the curfew regulation, we hope that we are now well on the road back to normality and that this year will see the club make positive inroads into achieving its potential since moving to the new location. Now all we need is a vast improvement in the weather!

Please note that the club will be open every day until the 16th of January 2022. The club will be open on the coming Mondays and Tuesdays:

Tuesday 4th January
Monday 10th January
Tuesday 11th January

Thereafter the club will revert to being closed on Mondays and Tuesdays as members return to work and education.

Durban Ski Boat Festival April 2022:

After an enforced two-year absence, we are confident, excited and shivering with anticipation that the annual DSBC Festival will take place in 2022 over the period Friday 29th April to Sunday May 1st.

There is a limit of 250 boats and 700 anglers for this year’s event and with the pent-up demand of not having a Festival for the past two years, we are expecting entries to be fully subscribed for this year’s Festival.

Attached are the details and entry forms. Pay particular attention to the benefits for early entries before 28th February and 31st March.

For out-of-town members and participants, there is plenty of apartment rental accommodation available in the Point area within walking distance to the DSBC clubhouse and launch facility. Participants in the event will be able to park their boats on the beach for the duration of the event and 24 hr security will be provided by the club.

For Point area accommodation enquiries:

Jason 0825202510

Angie 0828172957

As the Festival takes place over a holiday long weekend, we recommend booking accommodation now as these modern apartments are popular with holidaymakers.

Should you have any queries or require more information, please email Jackie:

Siyaphambili Fund Raising

Siyaphambili is a development surf ski club affiliated to DUC. Vanessa Mayhew, one of the club members, has donated an ocean themed artwork of hers valued at R7500 to raise funds for Siyaphambili by means of a raffle lucky draw.

Vanessa’s artwork is hanging next to the fish tank at PWC for viewing and the lucky draw will take place on Saturday 15 January 2020.
Please see the attachment for more details.

What’s Happening at the Club:

Happy Hour: 30% off members drink prices excluding soft drinks.
Wednesday 5pm to 6pm.
Saturdays 4.30 pm to 6pm

This week’s menu specials

Half Peri Peri Chicken with a side of half chips and Greek salad this week! R 70
Line fish Dorado with Chips/ Rice or Salad R 95

Wednesday 5th January

Wednesday Burger Special Bacon and Cheeseburger topped with Fried Onion rings served with Amstel 330ml R 75
• Beef Curry and Rice with sambals R 80

• Prawn Curry and Rice with sambals R 90

Thursday 6th January Club Night

• Pork Belly Roast and vegetables R 95
• Lemon and Herb Roast Chicken and vegetables R 75

Friday 7th January – Family Friday

• Eisbien with vegetables R 98

• Sliced Topside Beef in Red wine Gravy with mash potato
and vegetables R 98

Sunday 9th January

• Quick Meal Breakfast

• Pork Belly Roast and vegetables R 95
• Chicken Cordon Bleu served with vegetables
(Crumbed chicken breast stuffed with ham and cheese) R 75

Kids Holiday Beach Camp January 2022

If you are wondering what to do with your kids in the school holidays, there is still space on the Beach Camp running 5 & 6 January, 2022. The camp will be run from Point Watersports Sports Club from 08h30 to 16h00 each day. The camp is targeted for children between 7 – 12 years old, and the cost of each camp is R700.00 per person.

This is an all-day program and therefore really value for money when you consider the other holiday programs out there. Supervision, activities, meals, and juice are included.

We will be adhering to COVID-19 regulations:

  • All children must arrive with a mask.
  • Temperatures will be taken on arrival.
  • The groups under each supervisor will be smaller.
  • Most of the activities are outdoors. Whilst indoors, social distancing and mask wearing will be compulsory.
  • There will be a regular sanitising routine.
  • Please do not send your children to the Kids Beach Club, if you feel the precautions are not adequate or the child/children are not well.

Activities are weather dependant and could be subject to change. The proposed programme is as follows:

05 & 06 January



Orientation & paperwork

08h30 – 09h00

Scavenger hunt

09h00 – 10h00

Beach Volley Ball & Body Boarding

10h00 – 12h00


12h30 – 13h30

Sand building competition

13h30 – 15h00

Body Boarding

15h00 – 16h00




Walk along pathway to uShaka

08h30 – 09h00

Snorkelling in the aquarium

09h00 – 10h30


10h30 – 12h00


12h00 – 13h00


13h00 -16h00

Body Boarding

Beach Games

We will be limiting the number of children participating in the Beach Club, so please confirm asap if you want your child/children to participate.   Only full payment confirms the booking. When booking please advise which camp you are booking on, the name, surname, and age of the child.

For more information or to make a booking, please contact Beryl Evans, the program co-ordinator on or 082 5747871


We look forward to seeing you at the club


The PWC Team

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