More recent photos of Jeffreys Bay Reefs.
Spring is in the air and to celebrate we are diving against debris on Saturday 3 September 2011. Come and join us on a dive and a beach cleanup afterwards in aid of getting rubbish out of our oceans and off our beaches. African Waters Scuba, a registered eco operator, has registered the event with Project AWARE and world wide all
From the smallest bits of plastic, car batteries and appliances, to enormous fishing nets, “stuff” from our daily lives makes its way to the ocean by the ton every day. As Earth’s growing population consumes more disposable goods, the items we discard, even thousands of miles inland, are choking our ocean planet. Join us in the battle against marine debris and Dive Against Debris. Your local actions contribute to a clean, healthy future for the ocean.
Our latest find is this unspoilt reef, Moonrock Reef. At an average depth of 25m the reef is rather flat with an abundance of micro life living between the rock and sandy patches. To the north east the reef forms a drop of about 2m. Fish life is amazing with big Jan Bruin, Red Roman and more. Octopus, sponges, corals, nudi's, squirts to name a few. A few pics of the reef...