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NEPTUNES GARDENS

Average Depth : 17 metres

Max. Depth : 22 metres

Features : The pinnacles and contrasting ocean bed make a beautiful dive,

this is a newly discovered reef so join us in our exploring of it!

UMVOLOSI

Average Depth : 5 metres

Max. Depth : 8 metres

Features : This site can only be dived on a calm day as it lies just behind

the surf zone. Part of her cargo was railway engines which can still be seen

lying close to the wreck.

RIET 40

Average Depth : 25 metres

Max. Depth : 40 metres

Features : The slope slants from 22 metres down to 40 metres. Sea fans are

huge and many varieties of reef fish including the parrotfish and zebras are

plentiful.

RIET POINT

Average Depth : 15 metres

Max. Depth : 22 metres

Features : Soft corals and colourful sponges dominate the site and make for

a very relaxed dive.

SHARK'S GULLEY

Average Depth : 10 metres

Max. Depth : 15 metres

Features : True to its name, ragged tooth sharks love this spot and you

won't be disappointed! Sharks can be found all year round, but are in

abundance from June to September.

JANSSENS ROCK

Average Depth : 8 metres

Max. Depth : 18 metres

Features : Sponges and soft coral colour the reef amongst the pinnacles.

This is one of our sites frequented by our resident ragged tooth shark

population.

SOFT CORAL REEF

Average Depth : 16 metres

Max. Depth : 24 metres

Features : Breathtaking soft corals line the pinnacles with stunning drop

offs, caves and overhangs making this an exciting site to explore. The main

pinnacles lie approx. 14 metres below the surface.

TOWERS

Average Depth : 10 metres

Max. Depth : 12 metres

Features :  The pinnacles and contrasting ocean bed make a beautiful dive, along with the added bonus of very tame stingrays!

THE KOWIE RIVER

Depth : 5 metres

Features : Angelfish, lionfish and butterflyfish are common amongst the

rocks. The Kowie is an estuarie, with the tidal currents reaching quite

great speeds, so care needs to be given to the planning of a dive.

EDEN

Average Depth : 25 metres

Max. Depth : 30 metres

Features : The wide array of colours the sponges flirt are a feast and the

pinnacles make interesting diving. This is also quite a new discovery and we

are still exploring it's full potential.

THE CHAIN

Average Depth : 10 metres

Max. Depth : 18 metres

Features : Reef fish, pot holes to be explored and the apparently 200 year

old anchor (one of two) in its final resting place on the rocks.One of our

more frequented dive sites with many exciting walls, caves and overhangs.

FISH TANKS

Average Depth : 6 metres

Max. Depth : 12 metres

Features : Pinnacles start at 12 metres and reach up to 3 metres below the

surface. A shallow dive with masses of fish, sponges. Raggies also frequent

this area with a 10m long tunnel with two peep holes being their favorite

hangout. This is one of our favorite dive sites and not to be missed

THE BRISEIS

Average Depth : 12 metres

Features : The remains of the Briseis, a wooden ship that sank here in 1859,

can be explored off our dive boat. She was wrecked here after being

abandoned by her crew, Port Alfred waking up one morning to a huge ship on

their reef with not a sole on board.

 
 

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