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H&S Diving offers high quality and cost-effective underwater
solutions to optimize vessel performance
and port operations.


Havenga & Sons (H&S) Diving Consulting was established by Rudolph Havenga Snr in Durban, South Africa in 2020 after working in the underwater services industry in South Africa and Mauritius for 5 years. Prior to that, Rudolph worked for the Department of Correctional Services in South Africa for 20 years, leaving with the rank of Captain and position of Head of Security of Kwazulu-Natal prisons.

With a "client first" mentality, H&S Diving Consulting has quickly become one of the leading dive companies in Southern Africa, servicing vessels from ship owners, ship managers and charterers based all over the world.

In 2021, Rudolph Havenga Jnr fully took over the running of the company and was appointed Managing Director.

In 2023, H&S Diving Consulting expanded their presence internationally by opening an office in Limassol, Cyprus.


H&S Dive Consulting has quickly become one of the leading dive companies in Southern Africa by adhering to its unequivocal commitment to quality, efficiency and a "client first" mentality. We believe in working closely with our clients as long-term business partners rather than as a simple underwater services company.



At H&S Diving, our team is dedicated to providing the highest quality ship hull cleaning services. We understand that the maintenance and cleaning of ship hulls is essential to the longevity and efficiency of vessels, and our team is here to ensure that your ship stays in optimal condition. Our team is composed of experienced and skilled divers who specialize in ship hull cleaning. They possess a deep understanding of the challenges and complexities involved in cleaning a ship hull, and are equipped with the latest tools and technologies to ensure that the job is done safely and efficiently. Our divers are trained in the latest cleaning techniques and follow strict safety protocols to ensure that our work is done without causing damage to the environment or the ship itself. They are also trained to identify and report any potential hazards or maintenance issues that may arise during the cleaning process.

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