Scuba dive blog

Scuba dive the SS Clan Stuart

In the old days Cape Town used to be called the Cape of Storms due to its reputation for fierce storms that made sailing these waters dangerous. Read more about 'Scuba dive the SS Clan Stuart'...

Shark Cage Diving - Good or Bad?

Shark Cage Diving has split the local scuba diving community in two. There is a clear divide between divers who are completely against it, and the one's who argue that... Read more about 'Shark Cage Diving - Good or Bad?'...

Scuba dive the Antipolis Ship Wreck

The Antipolis wreck dive is one of three dives sites situated quite closely to one another on the Atlantic Seaboard of Cape Town. Read more about 'Scuba dive the Antipolis Ship Wreck '...

HOW TO DRY DIVE TO 50M AND COME OUT WET THE OTHER SIDE

Most recreational divers will never experience depths of 50m, but we recently had the opportunity to do just that without even getting our feet wet. Read more about 'HOW TO DRY DIVE TO 50M AND COME OUT WET THE OTHER SIDE'...

Open Water Scuba Dive Course (Part 1)

Maybe like me you have friends that are already scuba divers and you have had the opportunity to hear some of the awesome stories they tell of their scuba dive adventures. Read more about 'Open Water Scuba Dive Course (Part 1)'...

Dive Trip Red Sea North

Each year, about 540 000 foreign divers travel to Egypt, to dive in the waters of the Red Sea. Read more about 'Dive Trip Red Sea North'...