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2 full great white shark breaches within 75 feet of the stern of the Nautilus Explorer. Aug 31, 2012.

September 7, 2012 Written by

 

31-Aug-2012

Isla Guadalupe, Baja California, Mexico

It’s been all clear skies and sun two days into this Guadalupe Great White Shark expedition. We’ve had some great cage diving the past two days with 4 or 5 individual white sharks making appearances today and a couple that liked us enough to spend the entire day with us. We’ve also had two full breaches, both within about 75 ft of the stern of the ship, both featuring big male sharks shooting straight up and completely out of the water before splashing spectacularly back into the ocean, an amazing sight!

The action has been great not only in our submersible cages but also for our 7 non-certified divers that we have this week who’ve been enjoying the white sharks from our surface and 5 meter hanging cage.

Looking forward to lots more white shark interaction tomorrow.

Captain Gordon Kipp

Diving conditions: water temp 21C, visibility 100 ft plus today with occasional short periods of

40-50 ft.

Surface conditions: sunny skies with an air temp of 27C cooling at night to 22C

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