Daily Trip 14th June 2012 | Cage Diving South Africa
SST: 16.2 Celcius
No sharks: 15
Today we had a remarkable trip. After anchoring on a Western Reef of Dyer Island we saw 15 individual sharks some measuring over 4 meters in length! Roughly 70% of our sightings were animals we have been seeing over the last few weeks. 'Trevor' named by one of of our interns from England Oliver, stole the show, and at almost 4 meters long this male new he was dominant and entitled to first investigation of the bait line! We also saw a female satellite tagged shark from the Ocearch expedition. We are still waiting to get confirmation from the DEA on her indentity but given the Argos system data we are pretty sure it may be 'Brenda' a female tagged in Mossel bay during March this year. Plenty of giant Petrlols cirled us whilst our divers had numerous dives in great visibility! A perfect day.
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