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Pisces Divers - South Africa

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Pisces Divers offer all levels of PADI dive training from beginner to instructor level, as well as diving equipment rental and sales, a servicing workshop for all major brands, and an airfill and nitrox service. Being so close to the sea, we can offer dives daily. There are a huge variety of dive sites within close range, from shallow shore entries with kelp forests to deeper wreck and reef dives. Our boat launches several times a week, so call the shop for the weeks dive plan or even just for a dive report.

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