Archive for December, 2011

Scuba Diving Cape Town


The waters are getting warmer, a nice 19 degree’s today. There seems to be lots of Pajama Sharks around, more than usual. A- Frame was stunning today, superb viz and so much to see. Lots of  Guided shore dives Tuesday and Wednesday,off to see the Cow Sharks and Clan Stuart Wreck. READ MORE

Cape Peninsula Weather


Lying between the Indian and Atlantic Oceans, Cape Town enjoys mild winters and pleasant summers. Summer temperatures in December to February range from around 15 to 27 degrees Celsius (60 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit), whilst in the winter months of June to August average temperatures are between 7 to 20 degrees Celsius (45 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit). READ MORE

Dive Sites in the Atlantic Seaboard


The Atlantic Seaboard offers great diving with visibility often exceeding 15-20meters. Typical Atlantic dives include kelp, seals and colourful soft corals. Dolphins are frequent visitors of the dive sites and if you’re lucky you may encounter the mysterious sunfish.  READ MORE

PADI Divemaster Course


GO Pro ! Becoming a PADI Divemaster is the begining of a Professional diving career and leadership.

This is the first Professional step on the PADI ladder. On this course you will work with and assist the PADI Instructor during training  In this program you expand your dive knowledge and hone your skills to the professional level. PADI Divemaster training develops your leadership abilities, qualifying you to supervise dive activities and assist instructors with student divers. PADI Divemaster is the prerequisite certification for both the PADI Assistant Instructor and PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor certifications. READ MORE

False Bay Dive Sites


Clan Stuart Wreck (Shore Entry)

This is a very nice beginners wreck dive with the occasional seal swimming around. Shysharks, Pajama Sharks, Zebra’s, Red Roman, Cuttlefish and octopus can also be seen here.

A-Frame (Shore Dive)

Located 5kms outside Simons Town, this dive starts of when you decent in front of the big rock sticking out to sea and a short swim, where loads of red roman and Hottentot fish will be eagerly awaiting. READ MORE

PADI Discover Scuba Diving


If you are not sure Scuba Diving is for you, this is perfect.

This is a one day non-certified introduction to Scuba Diving. It is a taster of the fun to be had Scuba diving. Some diving skills, a little theory and then we jump into the pool and then the sea for an amazing diving experience. If you get the “bug” this course counts towards your Open Water Course. This Discover Scuba Diving introductory Course will then allow you to dive for one year, under the supervision of a PADI Dive Instructor to a max depth of 12 meters.