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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9520 Shipwreck 1 16/08/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: Michael Turek for Shipwreck Lodge Here’s a stunning beach side paradise for the perfect getaway – themed around shipwrecks.The luxury Shipwreck Lodge on Namibia’s sun-kissed Skeleton Coast offers 10 cabins designed to look as if they have just been washed up on shore.The area's name derives from the whale and seal bones that once littered the shore from the whaling industry while in modern times the coast harbours the skeletal remains of the shipwrecks caught by offshore rocks and fogThe chalets, which opened in June this year, are nestled between the dunes with a view of the Atlantic Ocean.There are eight cabins offering twin or double beds and two family cabins.The wooden constructions feature the eye-catching cross-timbers, which resemble a ship’s carcass.All ten have ensuite facilities and feature writing desk, safe and wood-burning stove.The all rooms have their own decks.Sloping windows and portholes add to the effect of a marooned vessel.The wall panels are made from South African pine and were pre-manufactured off site so they could be properly treated to endure the salty, moist coastal air. This allows the cabins to be completely dismantled with no environmental impact after a 25 period part of the design brief.There is also an on-site restaurant.There are bookable tours included in the price, which offer a beach lunch, cross-country excursions in a 4x4 vehicle to the Huariseb River.This offers guests a chance to see wild life like hyenas, oryx, and springbok. Also to explore a natural geological formation called the Clay Castles.Visitors staying at the lodge are also helping with conservation in the area.Shipwreck Lodge is partner to the Puros Conservancy established in May 2000 and the Sesfontein Conservancy established in July 2003. Between them, the two organisations cover over 6,000 square kilometres and are predominantly made up of Ovahimba and Herero p
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9520 Shipwreck 1 16/08/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: Michael Turek for Shipwreck Lodge Here’s a stunning beach side paradise for the perfect getaway – themed around shipwrecks.The luxury Shipwreck Lodge on Namibia’s sun-kissed Skeleton Coast offers 10 cabins designed to look as if they have just been washed up on shore.The area's name derives from the whale and seal bones that once littered the shore from the whaling industry while in modern times the coast harbours the skeletal remains of the shipwrecks caught by offshore rocks and fogThe chalets, which opened in June this year, are nestled between the dunes with a view of the Atlantic Ocean.There are eight cabins offering twin or double beds and two family cabins.The wooden constructions feature the eye-catching cross-timbers, which resemble a ship’s carcass.All ten have ensuite facilities and feature writing desk, safe and wood-burning stove.The all rooms have their own decks.Sloping windows and portholes add to the effect of a marooned vessel.The wall panels are made from South African pine and were pre-manufactured off site so they could be properly treated to endure the salty, moist coastal air. This allows the cabins to be completely dismantled with no environmental impact after a 25 period part of the design brief.There is also an on-site restaurant.There are bookable tours included in the price, which offer a beach lunch, cross-country excursions in a 4x4 vehicle to the Huariseb River.This offers guests a chance to see wild life like hyenas, oryx, and springbok. Also to explore a natural geological formation called the Clay Castles.Visitors staying at the lodge are also helping with conservation in the area.Shipwreck Lodge is partner to the Puros Conservancy established in May 2000 and the Sesfontein Conservancy established in July 2003. Between them, the two organisations cover over 6,000 square kilometres and are predominantly made up of Ovahimba and Herero p
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9520 Shipwreck 1 16/08/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: Denzel Bezuidenhout for Shipwreck Lodge Here’s a stunning beach side paradise for the perfect getaway – themed around shipwrecks.The luxury Shipwreck Lodge on Namibia’s sun-kissed Skeleton Coast offers 10 cabins designed to look as if they have just been washed up on shore.The area's name derives from the whale and seal bones that once littered the shore from the whaling industry while in modern times the coast harbours the skeletal remains of the shipwrecks caught by offshore rocks and fogThe chalets, which opened in June this year, are nestled between the dunes with a view of the Atlantic Ocean.There are eight cabins offering twin or double beds and two family cabins.The wooden constructions feature the eye-catching cross-timbers, which resemble a ship’s carcass.All ten have ensuite facilities and feature writing desk, safe and wood-burning stove.The all rooms have their own decks.Sloping windows and portholes add to the effect of a marooned vessel.The wall panels are made from South African pine and were pre-manufactured off site so they could be properly treated to endure the salty, moist coastal air. This allows the cabins to be completely dismantled with no environmental impact after a 25 period part of the design brief.There is also an on-site restaurant.There are bookable tours included in the price, which offer a beach lunch, cross-country excursions in a 4x4 vehicle to the Huariseb River.This offers guests a chance to see wild life like hyenas, oryx, and springbok. Also to explore a natural geological formation called the Clay Castles.Visitors staying at the lodge are also helping with conservation in the area.Shipwreck Lodge is partner to the Puros Conservancy established in May 2000 and the Sesfontein Conservancy established in July 2003. Between them, the two organisations cover over 6,000 square kilometres and are predominantly made up of Ovahimba and He
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9520 Shipwreck 1 16/08/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: Denzel Bezuidenhout for Shipwreck Lodge Here’s a stunning beach side paradise for the perfect getaway – themed around shipwrecks.The luxury Shipwreck Lodge on Namibia’s sun-kissed Skeleton Coast offers 10 cabins designed to look as if they have just been washed up on shore.The area's name derives from the whale and seal bones that once littered the shore from the whaling industry while in modern times the coast harbours the skeletal remains of the shipwrecks caught by offshore rocks and fogThe chalets, which opened in June this year, are nestled between the dunes with a view of the Atlantic Ocean.There are eight cabins offering twin or double beds and two family cabins.The wooden constructions feature the eye-catching cross-timbers, which resemble a ship’s carcass.All ten have ensuite facilities and feature writing desk, safe and wood-burning stove.The all rooms have their own decks.Sloping windows and portholes add to the effect of a marooned vessel.The wall panels are made from South African pine and were pre-manufactured off site so they could be properly treated to endure the salty, moist coastal air. This allows the cabins to be completely dismantled with no environmental impact after a 25 period part of the design brief.There is also an on-site restaurant.There are bookable tours included in the price, which offer a beach lunch, cross-country excursions in a 4x4 vehicle to the Huariseb River.This offers guests a chance to see wild life like hyenas, oryx, and springbok. Also to explore a natural geological formation called the Clay Castles.Visitors staying at the lodge are also helping with conservation in the area.Shipwreck Lodge is partner to the Puros Conservancy established in May 2000 and the Sesfontein Conservancy established in July 2003. Between them, the two organisations cover over 6,000 square kilometres and are predominantly made up of Ovahimba and He
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9520 Shipwreck 1 16/08/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: Denzel Bezuidenhout for Shipwreck Lodge Here’s a stunning beach side paradise for the perfect getaway – themed around shipwrecks.The luxury Shipwreck Lodge on Namibia’s sun-kissed Skeleton Coast offers 10 cabins designed to look as if they have just been washed up on shore.The area's name derives from the whale and seal bones that once littered the shore from the whaling industry while in modern times the coast harbours the skeletal remains of the shipwrecks caught by offshore rocks and fogThe chalets, which opened in June this year, are nestled between the dunes with a view of the Atlantic Ocean.There are eight cabins offering twin or double beds and two family cabins.The wooden constructions feature the eye-catching cross-timbers, which resemble a ship’s carcass.All ten have ensuite facilities and feature writing desk, safe and wood-burning stove.The all rooms have their own decks.Sloping windows and portholes add to the effect of a marooned vessel.The wall panels are made from South African pine and were pre-manufactured off site so they could be properly treated to endure the salty, moist coastal air. This allows the cabins to be completely dismantled with no environmental impact after a 25 period part of the design brief.There is also an on-site restaurant.There are bookable tours included in the price, which offer a beach lunch, cross-country excursions in a 4x4 vehicle to the Huariseb River.This offers guests a chance to see wild life like hyenas, oryx, and springbok. Also to explore a natural geological formation called the Clay Castles.Visitors staying at the lodge are also helping with conservation in the area.Shipwreck Lodge is partner to the Puros Conservancy established in May 2000 and the Sesfontein Conservancy established in July 2003. Between them, the two organisations cover over 6,000 square kilometres and are predominantly made up of Ovahimba and He
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9520 Shipwreck 1 16/08/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: Denzel Bezuidenhout for Shipwreck Lodge Here’s a stunning beach side paradise for the perfect getaway – themed around shipwrecks.The luxury Shipwreck Lodge on Namibia’s sun-kissed Skeleton Coast offers 10 cabins designed to look as if they have just been washed up on shore.The area's name derives from the whale and seal bones that once littered the shore from the whaling industry while in modern times the coast harbours the skeletal remains of the shipwrecks caught by offshore rocks and fogThe chalets, which opened in June this year, are nestled between the dunes with a view of the Atlantic Ocean.There are eight cabins offering twin or double beds and two family cabins.The wooden constructions feature the eye-catching cross-timbers, which resemble a ship’s carcass.All ten have ensuite facilities and feature writing desk, safe and wood-burning stove.The all rooms have their own decks.Sloping windows and portholes add to the effect of a marooned vessel.The wall panels are made from South African pine and were pre-manufactured off site so they could be properly treated to endure the salty, moist coastal air. This allows the cabins to be completely dismantled with no environmental impact after a 25 period part of the design brief.There is also an on-site restaurant.There are bookable tours included in the price, which offer a beach lunch, cross-country excursions in a 4x4 vehicle to the Huariseb River.This offers guests a chance to see wild life like hyenas, oryx, and springbok. Also to explore a natural geological formation called the Clay Castles.Visitors staying at the lodge are also helping with conservation in the area.Shipwreck Lodge is partner to the Puros Conservancy established in May 2000 and the Sesfontein Conservancy established in July 2003. Between them, the two organisations cover over 6,000 square kilometres and are predominantly made up of Ovahimba and He
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9520 Shipwreck 1 16/08/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: Denzel Bezuidenhout for Shipwreck Lodge Here’s a stunning beach side paradise for the perfect getaway – themed around shipwrecks.The luxury Shipwreck Lodge on Namibia’s sun-kissed Skeleton Coast offers 10 cabins designed to look as if they have just been washed up on shore.The area's name derives from the whale and seal bones that once littered the shore from the whaling industry while in modern times the coast harbours the skeletal remains of the shipwrecks caught by offshore rocks and fogThe chalets, which opened in June this year, are nestled between the dunes with a view of the Atlantic Ocean.There are eight cabins offering twin or double beds and two family cabins.The wooden constructions feature the eye-catching cross-timbers, which resemble a ship’s carcass.All ten have ensuite facilities and feature writing desk, safe and wood-burning stove.The all rooms have their own decks.Sloping windows and portholes add to the effect of a marooned vessel.The wall panels are made from South African pine and were pre-manufactured off site so they could be properly treated to endure the salty, moist coastal air. This allows the cabins to be completely dismantled with no environmental impact after a 25 period part of the design brief.There is also an on-site restaurant.There are bookable tours included in the price, which offer a beach lunch, cross-country excursions in a 4x4 vehicle to the Huariseb River.This offers guests a chance to see wild life like hyenas, oryx, and springbok. Also to explore a natural geological formation called the Clay Castles.Visitors staying at the lodge are also helping with conservation in the area.Shipwreck Lodge is partner to the Puros Conservancy established in May 2000 and the Sesfontein Conservancy established in July 2003. Between them, the two organisations cover over 6,000 square kilometres and are predominantly made up of Ovahimba and He
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9520 Shipwreck 1 16/08/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: Denzel Bezuidenhout for Shipwreck Lodge Here’s a stunning beach side paradise for the perfect getaway – themed around shipwrecks.The luxury Shipwreck Lodge on Namibia’s sun-kissed Skeleton Coast offers 10 cabins designed to look as if they have just been washed up on shore.The area's name derives from the whale and seal bones that once littered the shore from the whaling industry while in modern times the coast harbours the skeletal remains of the shipwrecks caught by offshore rocks and fogThe chalets, which opened in June this year, are nestled between the dunes with a view of the Atlantic Ocean.There are eight cabins offering twin or double beds and two family cabins.The wooden constructions feature the eye-catching cross-timbers, which resemble a ship’s carcass.All ten have ensuite facilities and feature writing desk, safe and wood-burning stove.The all rooms have their own decks.Sloping windows and portholes add to the effect of a marooned vessel.The wall panels are made from South African pine and were pre-manufactured off site so they could be properly treated to endure the salty, moist coastal air. This allows the cabins to be completely dismantled with no environmental impact after a 25 period part of the design brief.There is also an on-site restaurant.There are bookable tours included in the price, which offer a beach lunch, cross-country excursions in a 4x4 vehicle to the Huariseb River.This offers guests a chance to see wild life like hyenas, oryx, and springbok. Also to explore a natural geological formation called the Clay Castles.Visitors staying at the lodge are also helping with conservation in the area.Shipwreck Lodge is partner to the Puros Conservancy established in May 2000 and the Sesfontein Conservancy established in July 2003. Between them, the two organisations cover over 6,000 square kilometres and are predominantly made up of Ovahimba and He
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9520 Shipwreck 1 16/08/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: Denzel Bezuidenhout for Shipwreck Lodge Here’s a stunning beach side paradise for the perfect getaway – themed around shipwrecks.The luxury Shipwreck Lodge on Namibia’s sun-kissed Skeleton Coast offers 10 cabins designed to look as if they have just been washed up on shore.The area's name derives from the whale and seal bones that once littered the shore from the whaling industry while in modern times the coast harbours the skeletal remains of the shipwrecks caught by offshore rocks and fogThe chalets, which opened in June this year, are nestled between the dunes with a view of the Atlantic Ocean.There are eight cabins offering twin or double beds and two family cabins.The wooden constructions feature the eye-catching cross-timbers, which resemble a ship’s carcass.All ten have ensuite facilities and feature writing desk, safe and wood-burning stove.The all rooms have their own decks.Sloping windows and portholes add to the effect of a marooned vessel.The wall panels are made from South African pine and were pre-manufactured off site so they could be properly treated to endure the salty, moist coastal air. This allows the cabins to be completely dismantled with no environmental impact after a 25 period part of the design brief.There is also an on-site restaurant.There are bookable tours included in the price, which offer a beach lunch, cross-country excursions in a 4x4 vehicle to the Huariseb River.This offers guests a chance to see wild life like hyenas, oryx, and springbok. Also to explore a natural geological formation called the Clay Castles.Visitors staying at the lodge are also helping with conservation in the area.Shipwreck Lodge is partner to the Puros Conservancy established in May 2000 and the Sesfontein Conservancy established in July 2003. Between them, the two organisations cover over 6,000 square kilometres and are predominantly made up of Ovahimba and He
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9520 Shipwreck 1 16/08/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: Denzel Bezuidenhout for Shipwreck Lodge Here’s a stunning beach side paradise for the perfect getaway – themed around shipwrecks.The luxury Shipwreck Lodge on Namibia’s sun-kissed Skeleton Coast offers 10 cabins designed to look as if they have just been washed up on shore.The area's name derives from the whale and seal bones that once littered the shore from the whaling industry while in modern times the coast harbours the skeletal remains of the shipwrecks caught by offshore rocks and fogThe chalets, which opened in June this year, are nestled between the dunes with a view of the Atlantic Ocean.There are eight cabins offering twin or double beds and two family cabins.The wooden constructions feature the eye-catching cross-timbers, which resemble a ship’s carcass.All ten have ensuite facilities and feature writing desk, safe and wood-burning stove.The all rooms have their own decks.Sloping windows and portholes add to the effect of a marooned vessel.The wall panels are made from South African pine and were pre-manufactured off site so they could be properly treated to endure the salty, moist coastal air. This allows the cabins to be completely dismantled with no environmental impact after a 25 period part of the design brief.There is also an on-site restaurant.There are bookable tours included in the price, which offer a beach lunch, cross-country excursions in a 4x4 vehicle to the Huariseb River.This offers guests a chance to see wild life like hyenas, oryx, and springbok. Also to explore a natural geological formation called the Clay Castles.Visitors staying at the lodge are also helping with conservation in the area.Shipwreck Lodge is partner to the Puros Conservancy established in May 2000 and the Sesfontein Conservancy established in July 2003. Between them, the two organisations cover over 6,000 square kilometres and are predominantly made up of Ovahimba and He
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9520 Shipwreck 1 16/08/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: Denzel Bezuidenhout for Shipwreck Lodge Here’s a stunning beach side paradise for the perfect getaway – themed around shipwrecks.The luxury Shipwreck Lodge on Namibia’s sun-kissed Skeleton Coast offers 10 cabins designed to look as if they have just been washed up on shore.The area's name derives from the whale and seal bones that once littered the shore from the whaling industry while in modern times the coast harbours the skeletal remains of the shipwrecks caught by offshore rocks and fogThe chalets, which opened in June this year, are nestled between the dunes with a view of the Atlantic Ocean.There are eight cabins offering twin or double beds and two family cabins.The wooden constructions feature the eye-catching cross-timbers, which resemble a ship’s carcass.All ten have ensuite facilities and feature writing desk, safe and wood-burning stove.The all rooms have their own decks.Sloping windows and portholes add to the effect of a marooned vessel.The wall panels are made from South African pine and were pre-manufactured off site so they could be properly treated to endure the salty, moist coastal air. This allows the cabins to be completely dismantled with no environmental impact after a 25 period part of the design brief.There is also an on-site restaurant.There are bookable tours included in the price, which offer a beach lunch, cross-country excursions in a 4x4 vehicle to the Huariseb River.This offers guests a chance to see wild life like hyenas, oryx, and springbok. Also to explore a natural geological formation called the Clay Castles.Visitors staying at the lodge are also helping with conservation in the area.Shipwreck Lodge is partner to the Puros Conservancy established in May 2000 and the Sesfontein Conservancy established in July 2003. Between them, the two organisations cover over 6,000 square kilometres and are predominantly made up of Ovahimba and He
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9520 Shipwreck 1 16/08/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: Denzel Bezuidenhout for Shipwreck Lodge Here’s a stunning beach side paradise for the perfect getaway – themed around shipwrecks.The luxury Shipwreck Lodge on Namibia’s sun-kissed Skeleton Coast offers 10 cabins designed to look as if they have just been washed up on shore.The area's name derives from the whale and seal bones that once littered the shore from the whaling industry while in modern times the coast harbours the skeletal remains of the shipwrecks caught by offshore rocks and fogThe chalets, which opened in June this year, are nestled between the dunes with a view of the Atlantic Ocean.There are eight cabins offering twin or double beds and two family cabins.The wooden constructions feature the eye-catching cross-timbers, which resemble a ship’s carcass.All ten have ensuite facilities and feature writing desk, safe and wood-burning stove.The all rooms have their own decks.Sloping windows and portholes add to the effect of a marooned vessel.The wall panels are made from South African pine and were pre-manufactured off site so they could be properly treated to endure the salty, moist coastal air. This allows the cabins to be completely dismantled with no environmental impact after a 25 period part of the design brief.There is also an on-site restaurant.There are bookable tours included in the price, which offer a beach lunch, cross-country excursions in a 4x4 vehicle to the Huariseb River.This offers guests a chance to see wild life like hyenas, oryx, and springbok. Also to explore a natural geological formation called the Clay Castles.Visitors staying at the lodge are also helping with conservation in the area.Shipwreck Lodge is partner to the Puros Conservancy established in May 2000 and the Sesfontein Conservancy established in July 2003. Between them, the two organisations cover over 6,000 square kilometres and are predominantly made up of Ovahimba and He
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9520 Shipwreck 1 16/08/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: Denzel Bezuidenhout for Shipwreck Lodge Here’s a stunning beach side paradise for the perfect getaway – themed around shipwrecks.The luxury Shipwreck Lodge on Namibia’s sun-kissed Skeleton Coast offers 10 cabins designed to look as if they have just been washed up on shore.The area's name derives from the whale and seal bones that once littered the shore from the whaling industry while in modern times the coast harbours the skeletal remains of the shipwrecks caught by offshore rocks and fogThe chalets, which opened in June this year, are nestled between the dunes with a view of the Atlantic Ocean.There are eight cabins offering twin or double beds and two family cabins.The wooden constructions feature the eye-catching cross-timbers, which resemble a ship’s carcass.All ten have ensuite facilities and feature writing desk, safe and wood-burning stove.The all rooms have their own decks.Sloping windows and portholes add to the effect of a marooned vessel.The wall panels are made from South African pine and were pre-manufactured off site so they could be properly treated to endure the salty, moist coastal air. This allows the cabins to be completely dismantled with no environmental impact after a 25 period part of the design brief.There is also an on-site restaurant.There are bookable tours included in the price, which offer a beach lunch, cross-country excursions in a 4x4 vehicle to the Huariseb River.This offers guests a chance to see wild life like hyenas, oryx, and springbok. Also to explore a natural geological formation called the Clay Castles.Visitors staying at the lodge are also helping with conservation in the area.Shipwreck Lodge is partner to the Puros Conservancy established in May 2000 and the Sesfontein Conservancy established in July 2003. Between them, the two organisations cover over 6,000 square kilometres and are predominantly made up of Ovahimba and He

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