Table Mountain from a Different Viewpoint

A view from the Victoria and Alfred (V & A) waterfront in Capetown, with Table Mountain in the background. Of course, there is a table cloth on Table Mountain.

A view from the Victoria and Alfred (V & A) waterfront in Capetown, with Table Mountain in the background. The cable car terminal at the top of the mountain is clearly visible.
Of course, there is a table cloth on Table Mountain.

I took this on a trip to Cape Town in 2010, when we visited the V and A Waterfront and the aquarium.

Interesting link: https://www.yachtingworld.com/extraordinary-boats/polar-bound-extraordinary-david-cowper-purpose-built-aluminium-vessel-94424

I looked up the name of the boat and discovered this. In 2016 British sailor David Cowper, with his son, was the first since 1822 to negotiate the arctic Hecla and Fury straits. In this boat, named “Polar Bound”.

Sometimes it can be interesting looking up boat names!

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