Diving the Cape Peninsula and False Bay/Seal Island
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This is a place you go to see Great White sharks.
This site is not in a Marine Protected Area (2004). A permit is not required.
Shallow - less than 2m.
The island and offshore reefs are granite of the Peninsula pluton, and have the familiar rounded look of other similar outcrops.
Geology: Late Pre-Cambrian granite of the Peninsula pluton.
Boat dive with licenced Shark Cage Diving charter.
The site is about 12km from Kalk Bay harbour, 14km from Miller's Point, or 25km from Harbour Island, Gordon's Bay
These dives are for one purpose only: to see sharks. Other fish may be attracted to the bait, but this is not what you do this dive to see.
Get in the cage, watch for sharks, get out again. Repeat if you have the time.
No significant hazards.
No special skills required. Cage dives are usually done on snorkel.
All you need is wet suit, weights, mask, snorkel and camera