Location: Guadalupe Island, Mexico
Comments: Our final day of sharking started pretty slow, possibly due to a change in the weather – more wind and a little surface chop. By 1030 with not too much happening we lifted anchor and moved a half mile or so north to where we could see a line of current. This proved to be a decision which was very popular with our guests. After an hour of chumming at our new location we had white sharks everywhere with at least seven different individuals coming and going and at one point could clearly see five sharks. Even from the surface the views were fabulous. This was non-stop until we began to pull out our cages for the trip back to Ensenada. Even whilst lifting the cages there were sharks circling, making life for the divemasters a little bit more exciting. All our guests reportedly had three fantastic days of cage diving on the island of Guadalupe, with one guest openly admitting that it was the best experience of his life. Report by divemaster Buzz.
Weather: Sunny with 15 knots of wind, air temperature low 70’s, choppy sea state
Water: 60 foot visibility in water, temperature 72 degrees.
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