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Revision as of 17:57, 1 October 2010

    This article is a travel topic

This article is intended to provide the already qualified Scuba diver with information which will help to plan dives in the waters around Port Elizabeth, whether as a local resident or a visitor. Information is provided without prejudice, and is not guaranteed accurate or complete. Use it at your own risk.

Contents

Understand

General Topography

Climate, Weather and Sea conditions

The Marine Ecology

Equipment

Respect

Contact

Get Around

Stay Safe

Dive Sites

Avalanche

Understand

Position:
Depth: — 17 to 26m
Topography: — A large area of rocky reef with a gorge and a sheer wall

Get in

Boat dive

See

Marine life: — Hard coral, sea fans and brittle stars, Red bait on top of the wall, and Pyjama catsharks

Stay safe

Hazards: — No site-specific hazards reported
Skills: — No special skills recommended. Suitable for advanced divers only due to the depth
Equipment: — No special equipment recommended

Riy Banks

Understand

Position:
Depth: — 18 to 40m
Topography:

Get in

Boat dive

See

Marine life: — Coral and game fish

Stay safe

Hazards: — No site-specific hazards reported
Skills: — No special skills recommended
Equipment: — No special equipment recommended

MV Pati

Understand

Position:
Depth:
Topography:

Get in

Boat dive

See

Marine life:

Stay safe

Hazards: — No site-specific hazards reported
Skills: — No special skills recommended
Equipment: — No special equipment recommended

Thunderbolt Reef

Understand

Position:
Depth: — 15 to 30m
Topography:

Get in

Boat dive

See

Marine life: — Orange and lilac hard coral

Stay safe

Hazards: — No site-specific hazards reported
Skills: — No special skills recommended
Equipment: — No special equipment recommended

Bell Buoy

Understand

Position:
Depth: — 12 to 18m
Topography:

Get in

Boat dive

See

Marine life: — Colourful soft coral and a rocky bottom

Stay safe

Hazards: — No site-specific hazards reported
Skills: — No special skills recommended
Equipment: — No special equipment recommended

Devil's Reef

Understand

Position:
Depth: — 7m with pinnacles up to 1m
Topography:

Get in

Boat dive

See

Marine life:

Stay safe

Hazards: — No site-specific hazards reported
Skills: — No special skills recommended
Equipment: — No special equipment recommended

Evan's Peak

Understand

Position: — Close to St. Croix island
Depth: — 12 to 40m
Topography:

Get in

Boat dive

See

Marine life:

Stay safe

Hazards: — No site-specific hazards reported
Skills: — No special skills recommended
Equipment: — No special equipment recommended

Haerlem Wreck

Understand

Navy vessel sunk in 1987

Position:
Depth: — 21m
Topography:

Get in

Boat dive

See

Marine life:

Stay safe

Hazards: — No site-specific hazards reported
Skills: — No special skills recommended
Equipment: — No special equipment recommended

Phillips Reef

Understand

Position:
Depth:
Topography:
Conditions: — Visibility up to 10m

Get in

Boat dive

See

Marine life:

Stay safe

Hazards: — No site-specific hazards reported
Skills: — No special skills recommended
Equipment: — No special equipment recommended


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