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Underwater Photo Location: Port St Johns

Underwater Photo Location: Port St Johns

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Sardine Run
Facts about Port St Johns
  • It is in South Africa
  • Port St Johns is in the Indian Ocean.
  • The typical depth is 0-50 Metres 0-160 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.
Dive types
dayboatdrift

Marine Life
bigsharksdolphins

Diving facilities
airinstructionfriendly

Photo facilities
wideanglepfriendlyinstruction

by Sergiy Glushchenko
Baklan-hanter

by Allen Walker
Some top side shots taken on the 2011 Sardine Run. A "TUFF" year, but we will be back next year.

by Afflitti Gianluca
whales

by Gang Song
Diving Gannet

by Gang Song
Bottlenose dolphin

by Allen Walker
Dusky shark bursting through bait ball during the annual Sardine Run of the Wild Coast of the Transkei, South Africa.

by Gang Song
holy grace

by Geo Cloete
~ My Broken Heart ~ One of my favorites from an unforgettable day!

by Geo Cloete
~ Splitting Headache ~

by Geo Cloete
~ Breaking The Silence ~

by Geo Cloete
~ Bird's Eye View ~

by Geo Cloete
~ Boxed In ~ This photo illustrates the three dimensional cage the sharks formed around the school of fish. The large number of sharks and boxing the fish in like that made escape impossible.
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