Sat 3rd December 2016
The Inaugral Cape Town Big Bottle of Wine Party
We are raising money to pay for an ‘L26’ sailing boat, which General Botha Bursary Fund will be donating to Lawhill Maritime Centre in Simonstown. The vessel will be berthed locally for sail-training for Lawhill students studying to go to sea.
DATE: Saturday 3rd December at 1800 hrs
VENUE: Ibis House – a luxury mansion set on 7 acres in Constantia
For directions, see http://www.capestay.co.za/ibishouse/map.html
ENTERTAINMENT: A special musical performance from legendary guitarist TONY COX.
Guest musicians, plus more surprises! An auction and raffles with amazing and
substantial prizes to be won.
FOOD AND DRINK INCLUDED: A 27 litre bottle of 2001 ‘Rust En Vrede’ red wine served from a hand-built Gun
Carriage, with other white and rosé wines and beer – all inclusive. Cash bar for
other beverages. Sophisticated catering by ‘Salt and Pepper Caterers’.
PRICE: R750 per person. Reservations necessary due to numbers-planning, with payment
to our bank account kindly requested
Account: SATS General Botha OBA Bursary Fund -Nedbank Constantia
Branch Code 101109 – Account 1135361666- Swift Code NEDSZAJJ
The Marine Inspirations programme provides young people from around the world – who would otherwise not have the opportunity – with an insight into careers in the super-yachting and maritime industry, developing a range of seamanship skills and industry connections to improve their prospects.
The SATS General Botha OBA Bursary Fund was established to provide financial and mentoring support programme to marine
students studying towards a career in the Marine Industry. This support is provided in particular to students at Lawhill Maritime Centre who are undertaking Tertiary Education towards a career at sea.
For the past 21 years the Lawhill Maritime Centre www.lawhill.org has helped students from financially disadvantaged 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 industry and individual support to fund its operations and provide student bursaries.