Conditions: Flat calm
Sea surface temperature: 16.5°C
Visibility: 5 meters
No of sharks: 7
Guest comment: "Amazing! A great experience and good to know it supports a good cause!!" Dave, UK
Diving conditions do not get much better than a day like today! We were extremely fortunate to have flat calm seas, lovely warm water and some very active sharks! The first shark to arrive was "Nico" easily recognizable by his SPOT ( transmitter) attached to his dorsal fin. Then arrived Matilda, the most sighted female shark here on record over the last few weeks). Our divers had a wonderful experience and to top things off we were joined briefly by a very skittish pod of bottlenose dolphins! Well done to Lize from the Bay hotel in Cape Town and her colleague, we know you enjoyed your dive as you got into the cage for a second time :) All in all we had such a great afternoon!
Photo of the day - Sharkstagram! 24 January 2013
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