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Blog Dive Inn, Here we’ll share stories of both the variety of wildlife and culture that surrounds us, diving, things seen and experienced.


Dive trips done and things happening like scuba dive in Cape Town, touring and about anything we think would be interesting to share.

We will also do updates on PADI and RAID scuba courses link to it the Divers alert department of Labour approved first aid courses. Ideally we want to do weekly blogs but for 2015 we aim to do a monthly blog and in the month practice on our Twitter and Face book accounts. (links to the social media pages also on www.diveinn.co.za)

If past guests would like to do a write up and post some photos or just want to share their experience of Cape Town can also apply to post to the Blog Dive Inn. We love to share all our great things the mother City of Cape Town has to offer so read, enjoy and comment.

Comments are always welcome as this helps improve future blogs and also what the readers would like to see and read.

Sodwana 2013

Sodwana 2013 This year Sodwana 2013 trip was a prize that I won through a local magazine called “The Dive Site” with a photo of a pink klipfish eye. With the competition I also learned a valuable lesson, DO NOT delete your RAW/ Original files to safe space as this is...

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East London Sardine Run

I drove down with Mike from Pisces divers and we joined up with Chris and Monique Fallows from Apex Expeditions at East London. The 1st launch we went out of the harbour which is situated in the river mouth and it was such an easy launch which made it really great....

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Richard’s Supper Stage and Bistro

Richard’s Supper Stage and Bistro A brand new restaurant has been opened by Richard Loring and Roland Seidel in Sea point name Richard’s Supper Stage & bistro. It is boasting the fact that it has a direct view of Robben island. Richards bar is decorated with...

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Cape Town Autumn

Cape Town Autumn Cape Town is experiencing the cool Autumn weather with Winter fast on its way. Thus people start to dive less because they do not want to get cold and wet;-0, or the nasty winter flue keep you out of the water and in bed. For the diving business it is...

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Great Cape Town Diving

Great Cape Town Diving Great Cape Town Diving. The forecast for the past weekend dives did not look good but we decided to go ahead with planned dives and dive and make a call from there. The results, an extremely low tide due to full moon on our first launch...

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West Coast Wandering

West Coast Wandering. The West Coast of South Africa has many an unpolished beauty to share. The coastline is rough and rugged and its people, mostly fishermen, are just as tough. With a long archaeological history, it can make for some pleasurable wanderings so with...

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Cape Town Photos

Cape Town Photos I will try and upload a pic of everything that can be seen with Cape Town Photos under water and some other pics above water as well. This will be a trial session seeing if this can be done and if I can link it on to Diveinn's website and to see if I...

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Diving with Cow Sharks in Cape Town

Diving with Cow Sharks in Cape Town. Diving with the spotted seven Gill cow sharks (Notorynchus cepedianus) Pyramid or also known as shark alley is one of our local dive sites in False Bay where we are very fortunate to be able to dive with the spotted seven gill cow...

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Carel van der Colff
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Email: carel@diveinn.co.za

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