Clare and Tony diving at Marico Oog


Clare and Tony diving at Marico Oog, picture by Ian White
Clare and Tony diving at Marico Oog, picture by Ian White

Who are we?

Tony is a PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer and SDI instructor, who runs his own dive school called Learn to Dive Today, in Cape Town, South Africa. He has dived and worked all over the world – highlights being Mozambique, Jordan and Sodwana Bay in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. He moved to Cape Town at the end of 2009, and has been working for himself ever since. He also runs a dive boat called Seahorse, which he uses for dive charters and any other boat charter work that comes along. Clare married Tony on 27 November 2010. She is a Divemaster, having started diving in July 2009. Her day job involves lots of numbers and Excel spreadsheets, but she tries to spend as much time in or near the ocean as possible. She has lived in Cape Town all her life.

Getting around

For more information about learning to dive or joining us on our dives in Cape Town, check out Tony’s website. There’s a complete sitemap if you scroll down any of the blog pages and look in the right hand column (under Categories). If you’re considering learning to dive:

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2 thoughts on “About”

  1. Hi Tony,

    I am back safe and dry (and warm) in Dubai; back to the grindstone. Lots of good memories of Cape Town and surroundings and the nice people we met. I found the pictures and movie on your facebook page (compliaments to Claire) and I have shared the link on my own page so you may attrack some more customers from Dubai.
    I would really appreciate if you could mail me the video footage and some of the pictures where I was in for my dive collection?
    I promised the guys to share a link with a dive company in Dubai which I can recommend, so I just copy it here:

    Thanks for a great dive and to the guys (especially for taking me back to the hotel after the dive).

    Kind regards,
    Gert Zondervan,

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