I dived with Into the blue last week, and despite having an early meeting time was greeted by the staff with instant smiles and friendliness. Within 15 minutes the blond lady at reception had our whole groups paperwork sorted, gear packed, and introductions given.
There was a groupf of about 7 of us, and we all got to know eachother and the rest of the staff very well throughout the day. Everyone of the staff was friendly and happy to lend a helping hand, and they were very thorough and professional throughout the day.
The dive conditions didn't end up being so good, but the skipper GP was wise enough to call off the second dive for safety and we were sorted out back at the shop with rescheduling and refunds.
Very well done, and I would highly recommend for any divers visiting Cape town. I will be back to dive with Into the blue again!!!
Archive: 1, 2016
Each year, about 540 000 foreign divers travel to Egypt, to dive in the waters of the Red Sea.
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...
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.