Daily Blog 25 November 2018 | Shark Cage Diving
"Awesome staff! Congratulations you've made the trip even more insane." - Lars
"This was an incredible experience. Getting to see sharks from a few feet away was breathtaking. " - Simeon & Rebeca
"Buenisima experiencia!! Saludos y Gracias!!!" - Leo & Nestor
Water Temperature: 14.2°C + 16.6°C
Depth: 7.8 m + 9.0 m
Visibility: 1.5 m + 1.5 m
Conditions: no wind with low swell
Perfect conditions greeted us this morning. There was almost no wind and a very low swell for our area. The copper sharks wasted no time at all coming over to the boat. While the coppers were quite active, we had a cape fur seal that clearly hadn't drunk any coffee yet. He very lazily swam around often appearing to almost be sunbathing. After everyone had a chance in the cage, we made our way back to harbour on still calm waters.
For our second trip, we once again headed back to our dive location with the sun shining bright and calm water. At the dive site guests excitedly waited for the crew to pick up the cage and attach it to the boat. As soon as the cage was attached first copper sharks appeared. Sharks’ performance was incredible and divers were in awe of the incredible grace and beauty they got to witness. Once again a Cape Fur Seal was bathing next right next to us. After everyone had enough time in the cage we pulled it onto the boat and headed back to the Great White House to have some soup and enjoy the video of our great trip.
Cage Diving South Africa
If you are looking to get up close and personal with the great white shark then Cage Diving in South Africa, and more specifically with Marine Dynamics, is a once-in-a-lifetime experience you won’t want to miss. Book and pay online with us and get a free video of your encounter with the world’s apex predator