Daily trip 15th September 2012
On anchoring in our inshore location Joubertsdam, we were immiediately being circled by a 4 meter female shark! This particular animal we have logged in our database from previous years, she has grown substantially. During summer months, white sharks use inshore 'reefy beach areas' more frequently. Coupled with this, we see a pauity of animals at Dyer Island. The compostion of sightings inshore tends to be large female and juvenille dominated. Todays trip saw some impressive sized females make an appearance, infact four of the 12 sharks sighted were between 4-4.5m Total Length... making our dive cage look small! With the bright sunshine and milky turbid water, the sharks appear a very dark blackish colour on their anterior surface. Everyone had splendid dives, and after the trip we ran up to Dyer Island to see the seals. Interestingly, despite the apparent lack of shark activity at the island, the seals were grouped up close to the beaches of Geyser rock. A great Spring day all round!
Staff excellent! Thank you, so accomodating especially to those who couldnt dive. Great experience! Jennie and Tom Howard
Really top notch, I will be telling all of my friends to book with you! Wonderful thank you! Suzie Sharron
Very well run operation and awesome conservation for the marine animals! Matthew Boyle