The Cape Peninsula is flanked by the Indian Ocean on the one side and the Atlantic Ocean on the other side. We call them the warm and the cool oceans but in truth there is only about a 2 - 5'C variance between them.
|Strolling on Camps Bay beach|
They are both cold. Well to me that's cold.
Temperatures range between 10'C and 17'C. On a stinking hot summers day one can possible brave a quick dip and risk getting an "ice cream headache".
Most people who enjoy ocean sports use a wetsuit, although I do know some who don't.
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