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Current Sightings

2 April 2019 - Current Sightings

written by Karyn Cooper

Posted on Tuesday, 2 April 2019

Shark Cage Diving in Cape Town has been very good, with an average of between 4 - 10 cow sharks per trip. With such good activity, our guests are all getting twice the amount of cage time.

To add to the experience, the guests have been seeing pods of dolphins. The dolphins love to ride the bow wave and one can clearly hear their tonal whistles.

The visibility at Seal Island where we anchor is 3 - 4 metres and a water temp of 14.4 degrees Celcius. Book today for your trip 

 

Shark Cage Diving Gansbaai, 2 hours from Cape Town have also been enjoying good shark activity what with the regular sightings of great whites and copper sharks on most trips. 

The anchor location is inshore with a visbility of 2 metres and with a water temp. of 14.7 degrees Celcius. Thursday is a weather watch day so book any other day here.

 

Shark Cage Diving Mossel Bay, 4- 5 hours from Cape Town have had some sightings of great white sharks of late. They too are working inshore. Thursday is also a weather watch here. 

Tags:

Cape Fur Seal, Common dolphins, False Bay, Gansbaai, Great White Shark, Great White Shark Cage Diving, Marine Life, Penguins, Seal Island - False Bay, Sevengill Cow Sharks, Shark Diving

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