Your question: What is the water temperature in Cape Town South Africa?

Sunset Beach 15.5°C 10km
Grotto Bay 15.1°C 45km
Strand 15.5°C 47km
Cape of Good Hope 15.4°C 49km
Gordons Bay 15.3°C 51km

How cold is the ocean water in South Africa?

Sea water temperature in some cities of South Africa is above 20°C and it is enough for comfortable bathing. The warmest sea temperature in South Africa today is 21.5°C (in Sodwana Bay), and the coldest water temperature is 11.7°C (Alexander Bay).

What is the water temperature in Cape May today?

Today’s Cape May Avenue sea temperature is 75 °F.

Can you swim in the sea in Cape Town?

Swimming Beaches & Tidal Pools in Cape Town

All Cape Town beaches are technically suitable for swimming. With that said, some beaches are a lot better for swimming than others. The chilly waters on the Atlantic Ocean side (Camps Bay, Llandudno and Hout Bay) can get pretty chilly indeed.

What is the temperature of tap water in South Africa?

The temperature of tap water today in South Africa. 42.6°C… – 9GAG.

Is Cape Town water cold?

Sometimes people think that the ocean around Cape Town is cold. … The Indian Ocean is warm and its warm waters stream from the Equator southwards along the South African coast. So the water at all beaches and kite spots in the Indian Ocean are around 25 ° Celsius.

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How cold is the water off Cape Town?

Water temperature in Cape Town today is 16.1°C.

During those months, Cape Town water temperature does not drop below 20°C and therefore suitable for comfortable swimming.

How cold is the ocean in Cape May?

Today’s The Cove Cape May sea temperature is 76 °F.

What is the temperature of the Atlantic Ocean right now?

The water temperature right now is at least 41°F and at most 88°F. The seasonal average water temperature is between 41°F and 87°F (see water temperatures of the Atlantic Ocean in august).

Are there sharks in Cape Town?

For years, one of South Africa’s great tourist attractions has been the opportunity to see, up close, one of the world’s most fearsome predators – the great white shark. But barely a single one has been spotted off the coast of Cape Town for two years now – where there used to be hundreds.

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