We just completed our 4th expedition to Guadalupe this year and the sharks have been amazing. Unlike in previous years, we are seeing more juvenile females than males this season. There have been over 10 new sharks already and every trip we encounter more new "friends". On each expedition, we encountered over 18 different sharks, swimming along with seals, turtles and dolphins.
|One of our new visitors|
As for the regulars, they have been slow to show their faces. So far we have seen "Joker" and "Chugey", who looks amazing by the way. His injuries from a few years ago show fewer and fewer remaining scars.
|"Chugey" on 8-11-2016|
As a reminder, here is what he looked like 2 years ago.
On our last day of our most recent expedition, Bite Face, another long time regular at Guadalupe Island made an appearance for the first time, but most of the sharks we've seen so far have been more recent additions to our database. Amiria, Freya, Screaming Mimi, Andy, #198 and Micks are among those encountered so far.
|One of our new sharks inspecting the cages|
If you would like to join us on a future expedition or just want some information, contact us at 619.887.4275 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
I hope to get to introduce you to the amazing great white sharks at Guadalupe Island soon!
Let's go shark diving!
CEO Shark Diver