Fancy a meal up in the air? uShaka Marine World to hoist dinner to the skies

2010-12-11 00:00

FANCY a meal in the open sky?

This holiday season uShaka Marine World’s Dinner in the Sky venture is hoisting diners 50 metres into the air to experience a meal among the seagulls.

A platform with space for 22 guests and five staff, is suspended by a 100-ton crane.

Dinner in the Sky will be open from December 15 until January 5, with 10 sittings a day for those planning anything from board meetings to weddings to end-of-year and New Year’s celebrations.

Prices range from R150 (drinks only) to R500 (gourmet dinner).

uShaka spokesperson Gary Clayton said more than 3 000 seats have already been booked.

To book phone 031 328 8107. Booking is essential.

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