welcome

At Boating World we are proud of our reputation as the leading African importer of luxury sailing and motor-yachts.

The portfolio of brands that we represent equals our understanding of flawless class and appeal.

We are the principle boat dealer for Fairline, Fountaine Pajot, Jeanneau, Riviera, Sea Ray and Sunreef Yachts.

We offer these luxury boats for sale in Angola, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Mauritius, Nambia, Nigeria, the Seychelles, South Africa and Tanzania.

Since our establishment in 1999, we have successfully safeguarded the delivery of countless new motor yachts, sailing boats and catamarans into many African countries as well as the adjacent Indian Ocean Islands.

Super Yachts along the African coastline are growing in numbers, for clientele in the market to buy a 80ft or larger mega yacht, our Azimut and Benetti ranges are custom built for top-drawer affluence.

Our clients can be assured that we can always offer a wide range of yachts and boats for sale to suit their lifestyle.

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attention to detail

The Boating World name is synonymous with the luxury yachting lifestyle. Our experience in the sale of boats and yachts from Australia, England, France, Poland and USA has given us a wealth of knowledge in marine transport logistics.

Known for our absolute attention-to-detail concerning even the most basic necessity, our highly experienced team of experts offer boat buyers, exceptional delivery and after sales service.

Our pre-owned boats division offers clients an extensive range of choice when looking to buy quality, second hand sport fishing boats, sailing and motor yachts from across Southern Africa and Europe.

We distribute a range of boating equipment and accessories and are the exclusive agents for Airberth Boat Lifts, Seakeeper anti-roll gyroscopic stabilizers and Pier Plas docking systems in Southern Africa.

With boat sales operations in Cape Town and Durban, Boating World provides a strong network of service and support to boat buyers and owners wherever they might find themselves along the African coastline.