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Diving the Cape Peninsula and False Bay/Albatross Rock

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The dive site Albatross Rock is an offshore rocky reef in the South Peninsula area on the Atlantic seaboard of the Cape Peninsula, near Cape Town in the Western Cape province of South Africa.

Understand

Position

This site is in a Marine Protected Area (2004). A permit is required.


Name

The name "Albatross Rock" is the name for this area used on the SAN charts. The rock was named after a tug of the same name which was wrecked there.

Depth

Topography

Conditions

Get in

The site is only accessible by boat. It is 11.2km fro the slipway at the old crayfish factory north of Scarborough, about 17.1km from the launch site at Kommetjie and 27.5km from Hout Bay harbour slipway.


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Marine life

Photography

Suggested Routes

Stay safe

Hazards

Skills

Equipment

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