Marine Life of Gordons Bay

Everything You Need To Know About Cape Fur Seals

Everything You Need To Know About Cape Fur Seals

Cape Fur Seals are found in False Bay, particularly along the Gordon’s Bay Coastline and Seal Island all year round.  We often see them on our ocean safaris and they are frequent visitors to us on many of our scuba dives. We enjoy observing them – but how much do we really know about them?  […]

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20 Fascinating Facts about Bryde’s Whales

20 Fascinating Facts about Bryde’s Whales

We often see Bryde’s whales on our way out to dive sites such as Steenbras Deep, Drop Zone and Blousteen. They can be spotted moving quite swiftly through the water. Last year there were so many about, we literally had to dodge them on our way to and from the dive sites. The correct pronunciation […]

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Presentation on “The False Bay Hope Spot and You” By Dr Tony Ribbink: Friday 16 January 2015

Presentation on “The False Bay Hope Spot and You” By Dr Tony Ribbink: Friday 16 January 2015

Presentation on “The False Bay Hope Spot and You” By Dr Tony Ribbink: Friday, 16 January at Indigo Scuba in Gordon’s Bay at 18:30 You are invited to join Dr Tony Ribbink of the Sustainable Seas Trust (SST) at Indigo Scuba in Gordon’s Bay at 18:30 this coming Friday, 16 January, for a presentation on […]

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Dive Site Spotlight:  Drop Zone

Dive Site Spotlight: Drop Zone

We discovered Drop Zone last year.  It was at a time when the swells were hitting the Gordon’s Bay coastline head on, causing the shallower dives to be too surgy to dive. There had been some reefs we’d wanted to explore further from the coastline, so we took the opportunity to take the boat further […]

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Creature Feature:  The Grumpy Rocksucker

Creature Feature: The Grumpy Rocksucker

Well-camouflaged and always grumpy looking, the Rocksucker is one of our favourite fish. They are such characters!   I’m not sure whether this has anything to do with their close resemblance to our beloved bulldog Bella, or whether it’s because they are so ugly, they’re cute… The Rocksucker (Chorisochismus dentex) is the largest of its […]

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Marine life of Gordons’ Bay:  Inkspot Nudibranch

Marine life of Gordons’ Bay: Inkspot Nudibranch

  One of the most beautiful nudibranchs in Gordon’s Bay is the Inkspot Nudi.  There are a lot of them around and they make great subjects for underwater photographers too

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