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Great White Shark Breaching in False Bay
False Bay

Make your way this morning from your hotel to the launch site in False Bay for the boat launch at 07:00. You will join your skipper, a qualified shark expert for a briefing before setting off for Seal Island. Scientists have acknowledged that great white sharks behave differently in False Bay at Seal Island to anywhere else along the South African coastline. This is mostly due to the ideal topographical structure around the island, allowing for stealth and attack and therefore “flying” out of the water after their prey.

On arrival at the island around sunrise you will spend the first 1 – 1.5 hours watching the natural predation activity and trying to get the sharks to breach on the decoy seal. Breaching is spectacular and involves the Great White Shark launching its body clear out of the water to attack fleeing Cape Fur Seals. From around half 9 to approximately 11:00 we will anchor the boat at the island, and you will have the opportunity to cage dive should you so wish. You will return to the harbour around 2pm. Refreshments are served on board the boat.

Additional Information
MEETING POINT:

Meeting at Jetty. Time confirmed the night before

DURATION:

Half Day (5 hrs)

TOUR BASIS:
Scheduled small group (max 18)
AVAILABLIITY:
Daily: June to Aug only
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