Daily Blog 23 January 2019 | Cage Diving South Africa
"Amazing all around. Thanks so much!" ~ Breanne
"Amazing experience provided by a great team. Thank you!" ~ Michael and June-Ashley
Depth: 8.5 m
Conditions: Overcast in the morning, with the sun breaking through later.
This morning our guests got into their wetsuits at the Great White House, as we were a bit surprised by a sudden splash of rain. However, this did not deter us from heading out to sea. We briefly visited Dyer Island and the Cape Fur Seal colony on Geyser Rock, before heading towards our dive site. Once we arrived, Slashfin was placed on anchor and the cage firmly attached to the side of our vessel. The Copper sharks announced their arrival with a sudden breach only 15 meters from our vessel. Our divers climbed into the cage and were thrilled by the beauty of these animals as they swam by the cage. We were soon visited by a Short-tailed stingray, who hung around the cage for quite a while. We soon headed back, around Danger Point, towards Gansbaai harbour.