Welcome to Sea Trader Wedding Venue
Glass sliding doors open onto the beach – providing space for a lovely wedding ceremony, under
an authentic gazebo with extensive views of the ocean.
Our wooden deck is an extension of the restaurant and offers a comfortable area for wedding guests
to take their seats and witness the couple exchanging wedding vows.
Alternatively you can make your entrance through the large crafted, wooden
doors into our venue/main hall for your ceremony and celebrations.
A Bit of History
How The Sea Trader all started
Sea Trader goes beyond these four walls.
Corrie van Zyl and his family settled in Stompneusbaai in 1968. Before they got involved in the fishing industry, the family were dairy farmers. They built a crayfish factory and a perlemoen farm which they later sold. The Van Zyl's decided to develop their land into a private nature reserve.
The name Cape St. Martin springs from the lighthouse situated on the peninsula where the development is situated.
Next to the original homestead they built a wedding venue, the Sea Trader, named after a cargo ship that ran aground at the most western point of Britannia Bay on 3 June 1971.