The Cape Peninsula lies at the convergence of the Atlantic and the Indian Oceans.
Thus affected by both the Agulhas and the Benguela Currents, the difference in sea temperature results in a fantastic variety of sea life and scenery.
The rugged coastline is littered with wrecks, most of which met their fate during winter storms.
Wrecks date from the 1600s to the present day
Cape Town’s Wreck Dives are found on both sides of the Peninsula, in two different oceans with distinct climates, temperatures and dive seasons.