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blue shark Cape Point

Current SightingsPosted on: Monday, 23 December 2019

23 December

written by Karyn Cooper

Gansbaai This location has not seen Great White sharks since the 10th November except for one tripa few weeks ago when two were seen. There are good sightings of Copper sharks. Viz is1.5 meter and the water temp is18 C Cape Town Shark Cage Div...

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Shark diving Cape Town

Current SightingsPosted on: Friday, 20 December 2019

Current Shark Sightings - South Africa

written by Karyn Cooper

All the operators have been off the water for a few days due to inclement weather. Prior to this, the update was: Gansbaai This location has not seen Great White sharks since the 10th November except for one tripa few weeks ago when two were s...

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Current SightingsPosted on: Monday, 16 December 2019

16 December

written by Karyn Cooper

Gansbaai This location has not seen Great White sharks since the 10th November except for one trip 2 weeks ago when two were seen. There are good sightings of Copper sharks. Viz is 2 meter and the water temp is 16.5 C Cape Town Shark Cage Divi...

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Seal Island & Sevengill Cow sharks

Current SightingsPosted on: Friday, 6 December 2019

6 December

written by Karyn Cooper

Gansbaai This location has not seen a Great White since the 10th November except a few days ago when 2 were seen. There are good sightings of Copper sharks. Cape Town Shark Cage Diving The trips to Seal Island have been up and down with sig...

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Shark BytesPosted on: Tuesday, 19 November 2019

Shark Bytes October 2019

written by Monique Fallows

Wow, it seems as though the last couple of months have screamed past me since my last update in July. In our latest news I will be updating you on the recent shark sightings along the Coast as well as sharing our experiences with the Atlantic Grea...

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Current SightingsPosted on: Monday, 18 November 2019

18th November Update

written by Karyn Cooper

Gansbaai This location has not seen a Great White since the 10th November. There are good sightings of Copper sharks. Cape Town Shark Cage Diving. Last three trips saw 1- 3 Sevengill cow sharks in 3- 6 meter water visibility. Due to weath...

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Current SightingsPosted on: Saturday, 12 October 2019

Confused about the Current Shark Situation?

written by Chris Fallows

Current Shark Situation/Sightings October 2019. There has been much news lately about massive decreases in shark sightings at the shark cage diving areas in the Southern Cape. These declines have only been applicable to Great White Shark sighting...

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Current SightingsPosted on: Friday, 6 September 2019

6 September

written by Karyn Cooper

False Bay ( 45 minutes from Cape Town, half day trip) This location has enjoyed good sightings of Cow sharks at Seal Island in4 -5 meter water visibility. The last week has seen a few missed trips. The water temp is 14.5 degrees. The bay is ali...

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Trip ReportsPosted on: Thursday, 29 August 2019

Atlantic GREAT WHITE SHARKS

written by Monique Fallows

Cape Cod August 2019 When one works with sharks, and has a tremendous passion for them, visiting the different Great white shark hotspots around the world is of great interest. One of the few known locations left for us to visit was Chatham. Th...

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Seven Gill Cow Shark at Seal Island, South Africa

Current SightingsPosted on: Friday, 23 August 2019

23 August 2019

written by Karyn Cooper

False Bay ( 45 minutes from Cape Town, half day trip) This location has enjoyed good sightings of Cow sharks at Seal Island in4 -5 meter water visibility in the last week on most of the trips. The water temp is 14.5 degrees. The bay is alive wi...

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Half day trips with a maximum 12 guests. AIR for certified divers. Book a transfer and get a 10 minute COMPLIMENTARY visit to the African Penguins at Boulders. Add on a land tour to nearby Cape Of Good Hope

South Africa is on a 21 day LOCK DOWN from midnight 26 March to 16 April. Bookings are OPEN for trips hereafter. Stay home and stay safe. |