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CapeTown Summer freedive special

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Apr 21, 2003
Calling all up-country and foreign divers who are visiting CapeTown this summer, why not join one of Bluecape's morning charters.

We sail out of the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront at 8am onboard a 54 ft Schooner, 'Esperance', and head off to either North / South Paw off the famous Clifton beaches, or to Whale Rock Off Robben Island, where we throw anchor, and freedive / spearfish for the morning, back at 12:30. It's the most spectacular view of Table Mountain and the Atlantic seaboard, and the cost for the morning is R550-00 INCLUSIVE of champagne for the ride back, and photographs of the trip.

This price includes PARTNERS FREE !. Let you girlfriend / wife / boyfriend / husband relax on-board in the sun whilst you dive !

Mail airbear@webmail.co.za if you're interested.

See attatched pics of our last trip.
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