We had a busy weekend with training last weekend: On Saturday Carel filled up the boat with students and we ran normal launches on Sunday, where the surge and chop had died down somewhat. This whole week has been a great week to be in Cape Town – today’s high is 31 degrees! The boat is out at the moment and we will be out again tomorrow. There is virtually no wind or swell forecast until next Tuesday at least and we all know Cape Town traditionally rains over Easter, so come and get it while the going is good!
The bookings for the Cape Town Dive Fest are sitting at around 55% which is looking good! If you have not already done so, surf over to www.ctdf.co.za and get yourself on a boat pronto!
We have been taking bookings for our Sardine Run trip running in the first week of June out of East London. See our travel page for more info. www.piscesdivers.co.za/travel
On the subject of travel we are packing our bags and heading off to the Red Sea next Wednesday for ten days for a trip to the South. Can’t wait!
Nudibranching with Wendy Crowther: Photo by Carel van der Colff
Launches for the Weekend:
Friday 11th April:
1000: Partridge Point (max depth 22m)
1200: Pyramid Rock (max depth 12m)
Saturday 12th April:
0900: Atlantis reef (max depth 27m)
1130: Partridge Point (max depth 21m)
1400: Boat Rock reef (max depth 20m)
Sunday 13th April:
0900: Orotava Wreck (max depth 33m)
1130: SAS Pietermaritzburg wreck (max depth 21m)
1400: Outer Castle reef (max depth 20m)
Wednesday 16th April:
1000 & 1200: TBA – see FB and online calendar
East London Sardine Run 2014: Contact Mike for details!