Seahorse reclining in the driveway awaiting the return of her improved trailer

Newsletter: Sitting tight

Hi divers

Weekend dive plans

No diving yet

It’s been a few months, hey! I hope you are all well, and getting outdoors and that you’ve been making the most of what we’re permitted to do at each point in the (confusing!) lockdown regulations. We’ve made the most of the break from normal life, and among other things we’ve used the downtime to spruce up our formerly tired boat trailer.

Seahorse reclining in the driveway awaiting the return of her improved trailer
Seahorse reclining in the driveway awaiting the return of her improved trailer

The good news (and the reason I’m in your inbox) is that dive boat operators have been given the go ahead to resume charters, at 50% capacity with all the standard Covid-19 distancing and masking precautions, as from today. The bad news is that we don’t think it’s safe for us to open for business just yet, so we won’t be launching in the immediate future. I’ll keep you posted as things develop.

In the last few weeks, shore divers have been taking advantage of beautiful False Bay winter conditions. I encourage you to get outside and get wet – it’s one of the safest places you can be, provided you follow some simple precautions.

regards

Tony Lindeque
076 817 1099
www.learntodivetoday.co.za
www.learntodivetoday.co.za/blog/

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Tony

Scuba diver, teacher, gadget man, racing driver, boat skipper, photographer, and collector of stray animals

One thought on “Newsletter: Sitting tight”

  1. Getting closer to Level 1, when you should be able to get back to diving courses? Not for me I like to watch the ocean from the shore, but I have a great-niece living in New Mexico who recently qualified as a diving instructor.

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