Sea & Kelp Dives

Our first dive is one of our more popular kelp forest sites is at Pyramid Rock where we have a good possibility of encountering the Sevengill Shark, which is also called the Cow Shark. The maximum depth is only 12 metres making it ideal for beginner and junior divers to join. The shallow depths and picturesque environment make this is the ideal environment for photographers aiming to capture these sharks in their natural habitat. The Cape Fur Seal dive is a super fun and interactive dive and one of the signature dives that Cape Town has offered for more than two decades. The seals are very playful and love to show their acrobatic skills to divers. These seals are used to divers and are not shy at all, they will often jump in the water in large numbers to come and investigate and play with divers. We dive at Partridge Point, an exposed haul-out spot for seals. At the amphitheater, a shallow section of the reef, is the best spot to interact with the Seals. The deeper sections of the reef offer beautiful marine life, swim-throughs and large sea fans.

Activity Details

Approximately 6 hours
Tuesday to Sunday - Weekdays at 09h00 and weekends at 10h00
Self-drive, transfers can be arranged at an additional cost
All equipment provided
Open Water or above advised but snorkeling is possible
R2200 per person
Additional Information:


Two guided divers

Marine Protected Area Permit for diving in protected waters

Full Equipment Rental

Coffee/ Tea and lunch at Pisces Divers

Educational Briefing

Water and Chocolates on board

Lockers for personal effects at dive centre

A hot shower to warm you up!



Notes and Requirements:

Season: All Year Round

Max Depths: 12m

Water Temperature: 12 Degrees Celsius to -18 Degrees Celsuis

Water Visibility: 5m - 15m

We Dont Bait!

For guests wanting to do the shore dives, seal package and wreck package you do need to be certified divers and have dived within the last year. If you have not dived within the last year, we do offer a pre-dive pool refresher that is done the morning of their dive - we just bring you in half an hour earlier than everyone else. This is R400 extra

There are times when the water can be rough at the site due to waves or currents. We will make a careful assessment before entering the water and reserve the right to divert the divers to a more protected site if conditions warrant it

What To Bring:

Dive Certification Card (Open Water or Advanced)


Warm Jacket

Bathing Suit/ Swimming Costume



Own Dive Equipment if preferred