Shark diving Safety is a top priority for us here at African Shark Eco-Charters. We comply with a strict set of safety rules and regulations set out by SAMSA (South African Maritime Safety Authority) as well as all regulations set out by Marine and Coastal Management. African Shark Eco-Charters is an official white shark permit holder. The skipper holds the appropriate skippers ticket. Our cage is designed according to strict guidelines set out by SAMSA, and has been surveyed by a structural engineer. Before embarking on a trip, a safety briefing is conducted. The location of all safety and emergency equipment is pointed out to the guests. A full medical first aid kit is available on board as well. Our crew is trained to handle emergency situations. All crew are first aid trained. We have a dive master on board. The shark diving safety procedures in place for staff and [...]
SHARK CAGE DIVING BLOG
We love sharing our news, which is why we have created our blog. Here you can read about our shark cage diving and breaching trips, the film shoots we do, guests we meet, what we are up to, what's happening in our ocean, and of course the Great White Sharks.
Let’s Talk About It – The Seven-Gill Cow SharkSeptember 6th, 2017
Great White Shark….TouchSeptember 6th, 2017
Let’s Talk About It…What to do when your shark trip is cancelledSeptember 6th, 2017
Let’s Talk About It…The Pacific Sleep SharkMay 29th, 2017
Can sharks hear?May 16th, 2017
Let’s Talk About It…Spotted Gully SharkMay 11th, 2017
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