Indigo Scuba

The Big Pool Project:  Week 1

The Big Pool Project: Week 1

This week, we started building our eagerly and long-awaited swimming pool It’s been a long time coming – from having the plans drawn up; the plans approved by the local municipality; and then waiting for the rainy season to be over so that we could start digging… Well, we’re now here and the big day […]

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7 little changes that make a big difference to scuba divers

7 little changes that make a big difference to scuba divers

Tried and tested over the years, these 7 little changes will make a big difference to your scuba diving experiences: Weighting: Are you overweighted?  Some divers are far too over-weighted and don’t even realise! Ask your local dive school / dive operator / an instructor or DM to help you work out your correct weighting.  […]

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Real Divers:  Louis van Niekerk

Real Divers: Louis van Niekerk

Real Divers features the divers we’ve encountered over the years – people just like you, who have decided to venture into the exciting underwater world of scuba diving.  Here’s a glimpse into why they learned to scuba dive and what makes scuba diving so special to them. This week’s Real Diver is Louis van Niekerk […]

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Behind the Scenes: How it all began

Behind the Scenes: How it all began

 Indigo Scuba is located on the mountainside of Gordon’s Bay. Deon qualified as an instructor in 2000 but at the time was self-employed as a building contractor.  In early 2009, he decided to turn his love for teaching people to become scuba divers into a full-time job.  And Indigo Scuba was born.  By that time, We’d […]

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Our Latest Video – Diving at A-Frame

Our Latest Video – Diving at A-Frame

Johan and Abre dive at A-Frame in Simon’s Town (Cape Town) as part of their NAUI Scuba Diver Course with Indigo Scuba Diving Centre in Gordon’s Bay.  They were accompanied by John who is currently doing his Dive Masters course, Instructor Deon and camera-girl Kate. This is Johan’s qualifying dive. We’ve chosen “Somewhere Over the […]

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Diving Report – Summer 2010

Diving Report – Summer 2010

Summer diving in Cape Town waters this year has been extremely disappointing. What promised to be a great season just didn’t happen. We started off with some absolutely fantastic dives in Rooi Els from early to mid-December and although the South Easterly wind that usually brings clear water to the Western side of the Cape […]

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Low Visibility Diving – A good reason to do your Advanced Scuba Diver’s Course!

Low Visibility Diving – A good reason to do your Advanced Scuba Diver’s Course!

You’ve mastered the basics of scuba diving during your Scuba Diver course and are qualified to dive to depths of 18 metres. You’ve done enough dives to feel comfortable in the water and are eager to experience more. Now’s the time to do your Advanced Scuba Diver’s course! Whilst training to become an Advanced Scuba […]

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