The Cape Peninsula offers an extraordinary diving encounter, thanks to its exceptional blend of ecology and topography. Our diving expeditions predominantly revolve around captivating kelp forests, intriguing shipwrecks, and vibrant temperate reefs.
The water here maintains a temperate average of 16°C/60°F, which may be a slight adjustment for those accustomed to sailing calm seas. To ease into the experience, a shore dive amidst the captivating kelp forests of False Bay serves as an excellent acclimatization opportunity for both the water conditions and equipment usage.
The Cape Peninsula's kelp forests, temperate reefs, and shipwrecks provide a unique and diverse underwater playground for divers. Whether you're interested in observing marine life, practicing specialized diving techniques, or simply immersing yourself in stunning underwater landscapes, the variety of environments found here makes it an excellent destination for diving enthusiasts.
We have a close-knit community of divers who are passionate about these waters. Join me on an unforgettable journey, as I reveal the wonders that continuously draw me back into the water. Explore the beauty of the ocean and its wonders at a comfortable pace.
Fundamental focused training from beginner through to technical diving. All training is started on an individual basis.