Why Cape Horn’s horns are the horn of the South
Cape Horn is famous for its horn boats and, for good reason, Cape Horn has long been a destination for international tourists.
It’s the home of one of the world’s most popular sailing races, the Cape Horn Carnival.
But the event’s organizers say the South African government is trying to limit the tourism.
The Cape Horn sailing race has been in decline for decades, and the racing is the most popular event on the Caribbean’s great island of Saint-Martin, where people flock to the Caribbean Sea.
“The tourism is the reason why they are putting restrictions,” said Tiefling Horn, president of the Cape’s International Race and Sailing Association.
“But it’s not just the tourism that’s been threatened.
They are trying to regulate everything.”
The government is also trying to restrict the use of horn boats in Cape Horn, and has banned the boats from taking on the water.
And while the government has said it has enough information to regulate the boats, it has not said whether they are allowed to use the water in any way.
The government says the ban will help protect Cape Horns tourism.
The race itself is regulated by the World Council of Sailing, which has the authority to set rules and regulations for the race.
The South African sailing association says it is also concerned about the impact on the sport.
“I’m sure we will see some changes in the way the race is organised, but it’s very unlikely that it will be a change in the rules that we already have in place,” said Horn.
“It’s very much a matter of the government looking at the sport as a whole and taking decisions on how they want to regulate it.”
The Cape has hosted the Carnival since 1952.
The event is not restricted by any government.