Shark Diving Fiasco
In the Bahamas, the Shark Diving industry is being ‘outed’ for it’s practices regarding Shark Diving and the dangers associated with free diving with Sharks.
The South African Shark Cage Diving industry has, collectively put serious measures in place to ensure the safety of all shark cage diving enthusiasts. The shark cage diving operators have to be licensed, have their boats check regularly and use galvanised steel cages of a certain thickness to guarantee the safety and security of every shark cage diver entering the water on their watch.
Watch this video from the Shark Divers blog….
Below a map of the Bahama’s where free diving with sharks takes place. In South Africa free diving with Sharks is rare, however, the Shark Cage Diving industry with the Great White sharks is an eco-tourism industry which is providing many with employment in an area starved of jobs as well as educating the public about Great White Sharks. The Shark Cage Diving industry in South Africa has taken great care to ensure the safety of all boat passengers. With special care and attention paid to the shark diving cage and it’s safety.