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Pisces Divers Classroom - South Africa
Greater Cape Town
Teaching people how to dive in Cape Town is something we cherish – it’s quite simply the reason Pisces Divers was started in the first place and it remains our main reason for existence. We like to stay in touch with our Cape Town clients and our clients elsewhere and have a weekly newsletter which will hopefully inspire you to keep diving and learning – and coming on dive holidays with us!
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Uploaded: 20/04/2013
Updated: 01/09/2014
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Tags: pisces divers; classroom; scuba; padi; sharks; kelp; learn; instructor; scuba dive; cape town; south africa; simonstown
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