South Africa

Datum: 
Aug. 25/15
Location: 
Apex Shark Expeditions
Simon's Town Harbour
Simon's Town 7975
South Africa
34° 12' 15.912" S, 18° 26' 35.8728" E

These expeditions have been created to offer the best experience ever with the animals observed, in a totally respectful manner to the animals and their environment, with very high standard courses but comprehensible to anyone, in the best locations and in the best periods of the year. The participants encounter animals in their habitat and learn about biology, ecology and ethology of these predators. All guests can get in the water with animals as there is no scuba qualification required.

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Datum: 
Sep. 20/14
Location: 
South African Coastline
South Africa
34° 6' 44.4636" S, 19° 52' 38.4384" E

 

 

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Datum: 
Sep. 23/13
Location: 
Apex Shark Expeditions Simon's Town
South Africa
34° 11' 28.8888" S, 18° 25' 21.7164" E
Apex Shark Expeditions with Alessandro De Maddalena   

23 - 30 SEPTEMBER 2013 EXPEDITION / COURSE IN SHARK BIOLOGY IN SOUTH AFRICA

 

The 23 - 30 September 2013 expedition / field course in shark biology in South Africa is operated by Apex Shark 

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Datum: 
Jun. 09/12
Location: 
Durban - Calypso uShaka Durban
South Africa
Calypso Dive and Adventure at uShaka Marine World are organising a dive against debris day for the 9th of June for World Ocean Day (June 8th). We will be having 4 dives to the most debris impacted sites on the No.1 and Blood reef system. We will provide mesh bags, gloves, etc. We are also co-ordinating a beach cleanup and snorkeling clean-up of Vetchi's pier for the non-diving members of the community. Please come join us so we can help protect and restore our precious reefs. MORE
Datum: 
Mai. 01/12
Location: 
Mossel Bay Yacht & Boat Club
Quay 4 Port of Mossel Bay
Mossel Bay 6500
South Africa
34° 10' 44.5728" S, 22° 8' 30.12" E

 

Local PADI dive centre Adventure’s Edge in conjunction with Oceans Research and Reef Divers will Dive against Debris on Tuesday, 01 May 2012 at Santos Reef, and will also be doing a shore based cleanup for the non divers, as part of Adventure’s Edge, Oceans Research and Reef Divers commitment to protecting the ocean. Our trained divers not only remove underwater debris such as plastic bags, bottles, fishing line, and tyres , but also identify and document everything they see underwater in a larger effort to prevent marine debris.

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