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SAMNA GENERAL BOTHA

In 1963 the Bothie was moved to Granger Bay, and became the South African Merchant Navy Acadamy General Botha
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General view of the Acadamy - Taken from the Howard Davis
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On board the S.A.Seafarer's Lifeboat. L to R: H. Waters, Riaan Bouwer, Mike Grindley & 'JC' James
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Bob Deacon and Robin Gratjios aboard the Howard Davis
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View from the Window of Port 2 dormitory. The Achille Lauro passing in the dstance.
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The main quay with the Captain Superintendent's house & seamanship lecture rooms in the background. The yacht alongside is the original 'Voortrekker' on which Bruce Dalling won the single-handed trans-Alantic race in 1968.
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General view of the Parade Ground, Admin Block and the Boat Shed taken from the main breakwater.
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Accommodation Block. To the left(in the sun), the cadets' section. Ground Floor - cadets' lounge; First Floor - Starboard Watch; Second Floor - Port Watch. To the right (in the shade): On the ground floor the dining room; First & Second Floors - 'Senior Students' Rooms.
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The Main Entrance of the Admin Block.
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On the slipway. Two of the 'International 14 footers'. Graham Barrett at the bow of #GB11.
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Clean ship on the Howard Davis in Saldanha Bay. 'JC' James doing his bit. Capt. Buchanan mostly obscured in the background.
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Pierre le Blond going solo.
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From the main quay. In the foreground the 'Seafarer's' Lifeboat. At the other quays, the motor cruiser and the 'Howard Davis'.

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Chris Smith's Album #2

More photos of the SAMNA General Botha at Granger Bay taken in 1968 by Chris Smith #2347
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CAPE TECHNIKON MARITIME STUDIES - GENERAL BOTHA CAMPUS

A large part of the old Granger Bay Bothie was torn down to make way for a large hotel and the rest was redesigned and ugraded to create a hotel school and the maritime campus belonging to the Cape Technikon now the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT)
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