By Leigh-Anne Harber

All About the Sea Urchin

Sea Urchins belong to the group known as “Echinoderms” and globally there are about 200 different species found in the oceans.  Preferring warm water, Sea Urchins can be found on the rocky bottom of the sea or close to coral reefs.  They have a general lifespan of up to 30 years in the wild, however, the Red Sea Urchin has the longest lifespan of all and can live up to 200 years!!

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Sardine Run South Africa
By Leigh-Anne Harber

Sardine Run 2019: History, Diving and More

2018 blessed us divers with an exquisite sardine run. Well, exquisite is an overstatement, but this year’s turn out of sardines was one of the best we have seen in years. When those first few sardines came darting up the coast, we could hardly contain our excitement, and we were able to share some epic diving with our visitors.

As the year draws to a close, we know that many drivers are keenly planning their 2019 diving calendar and we certainly hope that you are including the Sardine Run on your itinerary!

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By Leigh-Anne Harber

Why does a diving mask fog and what can you do about it?

Diving in South Africa doesn’t always offer the best of visibility. Depending on the time of the year and the location, sometimes seeing the magical underwater world beneath the waves is not as easy as you think. And when having to deal with a foggy diving mask, all of the excitement you’ve been feeling, all of the anticipation for the bright colours and open ocean you had expected to see, can be somewhat dampened.

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