Durban Ski Boat Club is one of the oldest fishing clubs in the country.
This can be confirmed when you see that we have a number of gentlemen in our 100 Club. This means that their age plus their number of years as a member of DSBC is equal to 100 or over. These are people we are very privileged to still have as members.

We went through quite a transition last year and have had to vacate our grand old lady clubhouse.. or perhaps a fishing club should be called a grand old gent clubhouse. The old DSBC clubhouse has been demolished as it makes way for the new walkway which will continue from Ushaka to the harbour entrance.

We have moved a few 100 metres down the road to join with Durban Undersea Club and share the Point Watersports Clubhouse. This is however a temporary move while the new walkway is built. Once completed we will return back to almost the same spot with a new club built under the walkway that we will continue to share with DUC.

We look forward to everyone embracing the change .. as they say… a change is as good as a holiday.. and the change of scenery is spectacular.. especially as the cruise liners leave the harbour and hoot on their way past.
We have kept all our history, old photos and memorabilia.. these will be put up at our new permanent clubhouse as well as our past commodores photos and Honours boards.


Club Hours:

We are closed on Mondays and the club is locked every night. However you will have access to the toilets on the white tent side of the club at anytime as we know that you do like to launch at all hours!

Tuesday to Saturday:

  • Kitchen: 8am – 7:45pm
  • Bar: 10am to 9.30pm


  • Kitchen: 8am – 5.45pm
  • Bar: 10am-8.30pm

Club Rules:

Our club is a licensed premises and as such no alcohol may be bought on to the premises.

  • The use of all club facilities is at your own risk.
  • Speed limit in the club grounds is 15km/hour.
  • The security at the gate reserves the right to take your loyalty card if it doesn’t open the boom gate and request you to go to the admin office.
  • Membership card can be requested to be presented at any time.
  • Strictly no dogs allowed in the Clubhouse or on the large grass patch in front of the club, no matter how cute you think your puppy is! However this is a small grass patch near the sand pumping station where your fur babies are welcome! However please make sure you pick up your puppy poo!!
  • No ball games allowed in the Clubhouse or on the grass patch.
  • Bad behaviour, foul language and being a nuisance to others are not acceptable on club grounds. Members will be held responsible for any damage caused by them, their visitors or their families.
  • No club property to be removed from the club premises!
  • There are some urgent rules that need to be adhered to since moving to our temp site:
    • When walking to the beach you are only allowed to walk along the North Pier road that runs behind the pump station. Please do not walk towards the end of the North Pier of the harbour or inland.
    • While walking along the North Pier road you are not allowed to be carrying any alcohol. Port Security have been in contact with us and we have been given strict instructions to obey these rules.

Umhlanga Ski Boat Club Reciprocity Info:

In 2013 the Commodores of Durban and Umhlanga Ski Boat Clubs discussed reciprocity to enable Umhlanga Ski Boat Club members to launch at Durban Ski Boat Club as there are only 10 boats allowed to launch at Umhlanga each day.

The reciprocity agreement is as follows:

  • This will only apply to paid up Angling members of USBC and not to any social memberships.
  • When launching a boat, you will always be allowed access through the boom gate and will not pay launch fees.
  • If you wish to use the tractor it is R100.00.
  • If no visitor parking is called (most Sundays and Public Holidays) you will be allowed walk in access through to the boom gate but need to park outside if you are not going to launch.
  • USBC members do not get issued PWC (DSBC) loyalty cards.
  • DSBC members do not get issued with white USBC loyalty cards.

Umhlanga Interclub 2014 beaching