Archive for January, 2012

scuba diving tips cape town

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Diving is a safe sport as long as divers practice scuba diving safety and learn how to anticipate and solve problems. This is all part of becoming an accomplished and safe diver.
Scuba diving is an unpredictable and inherently risky sport. Divers need a positive attitude, a good level of physical fitness and avoid taking unnecessary risks. These items are essential to lessen the chance of having a diving accident.

Though diving accidents are rare, they do happen and sometimes for no apparent reason. They are often caused by unsafe behavior and conditions. READ MORE

Padi scuba diving courses

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open water studentsOpen water course starting this weekend, weather and waters looking awesome….

Cape Town Scuba Diving

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False Bay coastline offers some superb, varied and beautiful dive sites. The majority are shore entry and some are by boat.

You will see stunning reefs with rocky terrain and amazing Kelp forests. You will never see a bare rock or reef, as every nook and cranny on the reefs are carpeted by sea anemonies of every colour imaginable and a large variety of sponges, soft corals and marine life. Every dive is different and so varied. When you are least expecting it, you might be joined by a seal or a passing Pajama shark, even a Ray. READ MORE

Cape Town Diving

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Scuba diving in Cape Town is diverse and a most memorable experience. So if you are on holiday, visiting Cape Town or a newly certified scuba diver and just finding your feet, we would love to show you some breath-taking dive sites.Let us take you to scuba dive with the 7 Gill Cow Sharks. Being ‘eyeballed’ by a three metre shark gliding silently past your face is not the kind of experience you forget in a hurry. It is an unbelievable experience and not to be missed! READ MORE

Scuba Diving with Cow Sharks

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7 gill cow sharkShark diving in Cape Town is awesome. Being ‘eyeballed’ by a three metre shark gliding silently past your face is not the kind of experience you forget in a hurry. It is an unbelievable experienced and not to be missed!   READ MORE

cape town scuba diving centers

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Scuba Diving Courses
Before you throw on a scuba tank, make sure that your instructor is certified by a reputable scuba training agency for example PADI. Scuba training agencies establish good practices and course standards to keep you safe while you learn to dive. By choosing a certified instructor, you can be confident that your instructor understands safety rules, knows what information a student must master to be safe underwater, and has been trained in educational theory.