Sat Dec 9, 18:00 - Sat Dec 9, 23:55



                             THE BIG BOTTLE OF WINE PARTY
  is billed as the “Best Marine Charity Party”  
… in Mallorca maybe, but this is the Fairest Cape in all the world!  We promise a fun-filled evening of delicious food, great entertainment, excellent wine, an auction and raffles with top-class prizes to be won!
Date:  Saturday, 9th December 2017

Time:   6 pm for 6.30 pm

Dress:  Welcome the Summer with bright shirts, sarongs and a Caribbean theme.  Dress the part and join in the fun!

Price:   R750 per person which includes entertainment by Tony Cox, Steve Newman and Tananas followed by Tony Adriaens retro disco ex vintage Piggy's fame!    A caribbean cocktail, a three course Caribbean buffet,, Clos Malverne vintage red wine poured from the famous 27 litre BIG BOTTLE and served from a gun carriage.   White and rose wine will also be provided.   Cash bar for spirit based drinks.
Funds raised at the very successful inaugural BBWP held in Cape Town last year were used to purchase an L26 sailing boat  - named ‘Homero’ – now berthed at the False Bay Yacht Club and used for teaching practical sailing skills to the Lawhill Centre learners .  As sailors all know, upkeep is expensive and part of the funds raised this year will be allocated to the maintenance of the boat.  

Come and help less advantaged youngsters get to sea by raising funds for this inspiring marine programme!  Spread the word, share this with your friends.
·       The Marine Inspirations programme provides young people from around the world, who would otherwise not have the opportunity, with an insight into the super-yachting and maritime industry, developing a range of seamanship skills and industry connections to improve their employment prospects.
·       The SATS General Botha OBA Bursary Fund provides the infrastructure within which Marine Inspirations events can happen in South Africa.  The Fund provides financial and mentoring support to students studying towards a career in the marine industry.  This support is provided in particular to students at the Lawhill Maritime Centre who are undertaking Tertiary Education towards a career at sea.

·       The Lawhill Maritime Centre has, for the past 21 years, helped students from financially disadvantage backgrounds embark on successful careers in the maritime industry by providing them with an industry-focused education while still at school.  Lawhill receives no state funding and is reliant on the industry and individual support to fund its operations and provide student bursaries.

For more information contact  Phil at 079 763 7447 / [email protected] / Linda on 083 440 1175 / [email protected], Dorria on 082 568 5498 / [email protected],