Current Shark Sightings - Shark Diving Cage
Posted on Thursday, 20 February 2020
February saw many days lost to the famous South Easter winds which the Cape coastline is know for. Today was one of these days for the False Bay area.
Shark Diving Cage Cape Town
As suggested, the inclement weather meant no sea day. The crew gave the vessel a thorough clean and polish instead. Tali joked that the boat was so clean, one could eat off the floor. The shark cage dive trip yesterday saw a pod of Common dolphins, there must have been at least 200 dolphins which made their way to the bow, riding the bow wave as they love to do. Upon anchor at Seal Island, we had one stingray to the vessel which the guests all dived with in 3 meter water clarity,. The water temperature was a cool 15.5 degrees Celsius. The next shark dive with cage trip is to Cape Point tomorrow. Book now, we have a couple of spaces still open.
Shark Diving Cage Gansbaai
Gorgeous day and an amazing group of people. After a light breakfast, we anchored at Joubertsdam and after a short wait, our first and only shark for the trip arrived. She was a beautiful Copper shark at about 2.5 meters, she was a good size. The cage divers did see the shark in one meter of water clarity as the bait handler skillfully brought the shark alongside the cage. The water temperature was a cool 15 degrees Celsius. Nothing our 7mm wetsuits could not deal with, right?
Shark Diving Cage Mossel Bay
We are very happy to report one active Great White shark at the Kleinbrak location today. This gorgeous 3.5 meter shark was active throughout the trip and all 7 cage divers in each rotation got to see him.