|August 2011, Isla Guadalupe|
Once more Isla Guadalupe has delivered the finest combination of animals and education.
Here's a small sampling of the faces and trip reports from the 2011 white shark season. There's more to come and we haven't yet called an end to the fun.
"Day two had gotten off to a great start, but it got even better, when a few hours later, we had a juvenile get a little frisky with our cage. Seeing a great white that close to the cage, mouth open, ready to have a go, was priceless! I could not have asked for more!"
- Michelle M
|September 2011, Isla Guadalupe|
"Shredder is definitely the comedian of the shark world! Occasionally he would give a smaller shark the chance to say hello but chased them off the minute he felt he was missing the attention of his adoring public. For eight hours he was cruising around the boat and cages and once the cages had been lifted for the night, he breached next to the boat almost as if to say, ‘hey guys, what are you doing, I’m still here!’ Apparently this was the best ‘sharking’ day of the season so far as 13 different sharks were identified."
- Bev D
"Most importantly, every member of the crew seemed to be there because they love the sharks and love what they do. They made sure we had almost as much fun out of the cages as in them."
- Sarah F
As we wind down 2011 and look forward to 2012 we have to give a big kudo to our divers and the entire crew of the M/V Horizon.
|October 2011, Isla Guadalupe|
The first vessel to ever do shark cage diving at this remarkable dive site and we are proud to be working with them still - after all these years.
And to our new minted Shark Divers and to all those who have come before them. It is your good cheer, lust for adventure, and love of sharks that has allowed Shark Diver to be the company that it is today.
We honor all those with a dream and say, "If you dream, dream big".
To those who fly halfway around the world, to those who have saved every penny for the past two years in a jar, and to those whose experience with the white sharks of Guadalupe have lead them to help save sharks around the planet.
You are Shark Diver, and we are proud of you all!