Last year on this dive such a good time was had by all, that the concept for Dive Against Debris Volunteers UK was born. Lansallos is a very pretty shore dive site, unfortunately, the right-hand side though, due to currents it gets full of plastic debris. Normally access is an issue for diving, with a 3/4-mile hike across countryside. However, the National Trust will transport our dive gear across the fields using a 4x4.
DIVE AGAINST DEBRIS WITH STUART COVE'S DIVE BAHAMAS!
We are heading again to the Anthony Bell Reef to continue to clean up the fishing line which is entangled in the reef. A discarded fishing cage has also been spotted that needs to be removed. Come help us protect our marine inhabitants from debris.
Meet at the Dive shop at 4:30pm with a planned departure of 5pm. You must be a certified Open Water Diver and please bring proof of certification to dive.
It is required to bring gloves, mesh bag, scissors or dive knife.
Join us on Sunday 23 Aug 8:30am @ Bass Lake, Henly On Klip, Gauteng, South Africa
We will be conducting another clean up dive as well as logging and analysing the data of the debris we collect as part of the ongoing Project Aware Dive Against Debris Campaign
This will be conducted as an awareness campaign in conjuction with our August open water diver course.
Dive with us an clean as you go! :-)