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Tamarind Dhow. These boats used to trade cargo along Kenya’s coast onto the Arab states. They have been refurbished as floating restaurants retaining the traditional aspects. They’re now moored at the Mombasa Tamarind jetty. Nawalkilkher sails daily except Sunday, day and evening. Private charters can be organised for Sunday.

Nawalilkher is available for private bookings ancd can seat up to 7-pax, leaving plenty of room for dancing on the night cocktails. The dhow can also hold cocktail parties for up to 100 people. Babulkher has a capacity of 55 pax for dinner and 70 pax for cocktails and is also available for exclusive hire

The lunchtime cruise departs from the Tamambo Jetty at 1pm, cruises serenely up the Tudor Creek to a secluded spot where the dhow moors. Lunch consists of a delicious Tamarind seafood platter or a prime Kenyan fillet steak followed by a fresh tropical fruit salad and rounded off with Kenyan Coffee and halwa. The dhow returns to the jetty at 3pm

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