Free diving with mako sharks
and blue sharks.
diving with angel sharks and other Californian shark species.
August 31st - September
Liveaboard (departs from San Pedro).
Three Days of Epic
Join me for three days of chumming for shortfin
mako sharks and blue sharks off the coast of Southern
California and shark hunting on the reefs off some of
California's rarely visited Channel Islands; home to many
shark species including Pacific angel sharks and horn sharks.
Dive with Shortfin Mako Sharks!
are well known as the fastest shark in sea. Aggressive
hunters, makos are all business; they come in lightening
fast, hit the bait hard and then quickly disappear unless
you have master shark wranglers onboard to keep them around
captivate everyone that dives with them. Their iridescent
cobalt blue flanks glow in the sunlight as they swim
gracefully towards you. Curious and bold but rarely
aggressive, blue sharks make fantastic snorkeling companions and
even better photography subjects.
Dive with Pacific Angel Sharks!
are rarely seen by divers because they are ambush hunters
that hide under the sand until an unsuspecting fish swims too
close to their fang filled mouths. We will be heading to a
secret spot located among the Channel Islands where angel
sharks aggregate in large numbers. With luck, we
should be ale to find numerous sharks lounging on the sea
bed. If you've always wanted to see this species, this is
probably the best chance you will ever have!
Dive with other California Shark Species!
We may also encounter horn sharks,
swell sharks, leopard sharks and tope sharks free swimming
through the kelp or nestled among the coral encrusted rocks.
Our focus is to dive with makos but we will also keep our
eyes peeled for other shark species that are common in
Come Shark Diving with us in
This trip includes:
Three days of
shark diving in the Californian Channel Islands.
accommodation in a shared cabin aboard the MV Sea Watch.
and non-alcoholic refreshments while onboard.
captain and crew / shark wranglers.
attractants including chum and hang baits.
What's NOT included:
Personal diving equipment (except
tanks and weights). 7mm wetsuit recommended.
Day 1 - Board boat in the evening and settle
Day 2 - Leave port around 4am and head to the
Channel Islands. Chum for blues and makos all day.
Day 3 - Chum for blues and makos and shark
dive on the reefs of the Channel Islands.
Day 4 - Chum for blues and makos then shark
dive and head for port in the evening.
Day 5 - Depart the Sea Watch in San Pedro
(Los Angeles) and fly home.
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MAKO SHARK EXPEDITION!
on a Shark Safari you'll never forget!