Marine Dynamics Shark Tours

Blog: A Miniature Diver

Published: 19 November 2015
By:Anwynn Louw

The answer to the question is yes...

Our recommendation is that children of 10 years and older enter the cage, and only if the parents accompany them. However, younger children will be accommodated on special requests and if they have advanced swimming proficiency for their age, but again, only if the parents accompany them for the dive. A simple breath hold is required to view sharks, thus children should be comfortable swimming/being submerged before attempting this in the cage.Legal guardians will be asked to sign additional liability waivers for those under 18 years old.

The second trip on the 19th of November 2015 saw one of Marine Dynamics' youngest cage divers entering the water, Dylan, age four, bravely suited up and hopped in the cage with his dad to watch sharks three times his size.

Read more about his experience on the daily blog update

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