A unique opportunity to witness the wonder of the Great White Shark in a safe and professional environment. White Shark Projects is totally dedicated to the conservation of these magnificent ocean predators.
Welcome to ‘White Shark Lodge’, our home base in Kleinbaai, to enjoy a delicious
continental breakfast and discuss current sightings, indemnities, wet suits and equipment before heading off to board our custom built 36 ft, 4 tonne white shark dive catamaran – ‘Shark Team’. We
limit her 30 passenger capacity to 20 plus crew to ensure your comfort and viewing pleasure throughout your adventure experience.
You get to meet one of our intrepid skippers, a qualified paramedic, a Dive Master and our friendly crew and enjoy a short talk on shark anatomy and behaviour. We explain how White Shark Projects works with the sharks in the area and how you will spend the next couple of hours diving and viewing these wondrous predators in their natural habitat.
You are fully briefed on all procedures and the action begins as our crew ‘chums’ the cruise area and you wait with bated breath for your initial glimpse of the first shark fin.
Sharks are usually wary at first and we wait a while for them to settle and then lower the dive cage. Our first guests enter the cage (takes 4 – 5 people) and spend about 20 minutes face to face with the sharks !
We will work with individual sharks and you can enjoy topside viewing during your wait as shark activity is often close to the surface. In fact Great Whites are also known for their ‘spy hopping’ – breaching right out of the water in pursuit of prey ! Topside viewing can yield a lot of those action shots !
We provide all necessary diving and safety equipment for you to enjoy your cage diving experience in South Africa in comfort and security. We only ask that you bring suntan lotion, cap and sunglasses, a warm jersey/jacket and of course, a swimming suit and towel. If you know you are prone to motion sickness or even if you are unsure if you are, we advise you take medication before we depart so as not to spoil your adventure ! And last tip – don’t forget your camera!