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Shark Sightings

16 July 2019

written by Karyn Cooper

Posted on Tuesday, 16 July 2019

False Bay

Although this is peak Great White season, we are yet to see the Great Whites at the Island. In the meantime we have cage dived with large Cow sharks and enjoyed sightings of Whales. We have also been operating trips to offshore Cape Point to shark cage dive with the Great White's cousin, the Mako shark. The water visibility has been excellent and with Cape Point as a backdrop, we have cage dived with Blue sharks, and had encounters of pods of dolphins and whales along the way.

 

Gansbaai

This area has been seeing Great Whites on most of their trips, between 4 - 6 active sharks per trip. The water visibilty varies between 0.5 - 1.5 metres with a water temp of +-15 degrees Celcius.

 

Mossel Bay

This location has had between 4- 8 different Great Whites per trip.  The water visibility varies between 1- 2 meters.

 

 

Tags:

Blue Sharks, Cape Fur Seal, Cape Point - Cape Town, Common dolphins, False Bay, Gansbaai, Great White Shark, Great White Shark Cage Diving, Humpback whale, Mako Sharks, Sevengill Cow Sharks, Shark Diving, Shark Week, Southern Right Whale

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