diving with sharks

scuba diving cape town

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Being ‘eyeballed’ by a three metre shark gliding silently past your face is not the kind of experience you forget in a hurry.   However, depending on the time of year and with a little bit of luck, it is an experience that divers can commonly expect on our shark dives.

This isn’t a staged event with divers in a cage, this is a genuine scuba dive done in relatively shallow water (12m maximum making it a dive open to even novice divers) in a location bordered by kelp forest, with a sea bed of both rocky gullies and smooth sand patches.  The sharks prevalent in this area are Seven Gill Cowsharks; READ MORE

scuba diving cape town

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Summer season for scuba diving in Cape Town is nearly here. We have had numerous Southern Right Whales visit the False Bay Coastline over the last few months, it has been an amazing sight.  The water temperatures in the Indian Ocean seem to be slowly creeping up. We will be scuba diving in Cape Town everyday, all the way through to the New Year and onwards.  For guided dives and all Padi scuba diving courses contact us. Guided dives will be going out daily.

scuba diving with cow sharks cape town

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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!

 This isn’t a staged event with divers in a cage, this is a genuine scuba dive done in relatively shallow water (12m maximum making it a dive open to even novice divers) in a location bordered by kelp forest, with a sea bed of both rocky gullies and smooth sand patches. The sharks prevalent in this area are Seven Gill Cowsharks; up to 3M of slow swimming predator named for their seven gill slits and identifiable by the absence of the front dorsal fin (the classic ‘shark’ fin).

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