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Code of Conduct for Great White Shark Cage Diving at Guadalupe Island

America’s Shark Boat was the first vessel to discover and cage dive with great white sharks at Guadalupe Island. Since 2000 we have been at the forefront of shark cage design, white shark research, shark cage diving protocols and shark cage diving safety at Guadalupe Island. We will be celebrating our 18th! season at the […]

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Video: Great white shark in Baja, wounded but not finished

The uncut version of one of Baja’s most unique white shark encounters. Shot by Dale Pearson. Wow. This video has everything including a happy ending for the shark. Wounded Great white shark, not one, but two stingray hits, and one of the closest land encounter with a great white shark in Baja that we have […]

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Video: Great white shark attacks dive cage in Gansbaai or did it?

Did tourists cage diving in South Africa get their money’s worth when a great white shark decided to show off its ferocity? We would say no. The media has gone wild with assertions that this shark attacked divers in cages, when in fact this was a typical bad bait placement which lead to the poor […]

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Shark Cage Diving at Guadalupe Island Facts

Quick Shark Cage Diving Facts Divers from around the globe come to the remote island of Guadalupe for one reason, diving with Great White Sharks. All of the cage diving with great white sharks here takes place within the confines of a cage by order of the Mexican government. Liveaboards running shark tours to Guadalupe Island […]

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Scientist Shares News on Isolated Baja California Island: Isla Guadalupe

Channel Islands National Park recently hosted a lecture about the botanical riches of Guadalupe Island by noted island plant biologist Steve Junak on November 12, 2014. In stunning photos Junak has documented the dramatic recovery of vegetation following the elimination of feral goats on Guadalupe Island. The goats had nearly exterminated once-extensive stands of endemic […]

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Guadalupe Island 1994, America’s Shark Boat Was There

Guadalupe Island History 1994 You often read on the Internet that the “discovery” of Guadalupe Island and great white sharks was made by XXX or XXX. The facts are little harder to come by, but it remains true that without San Diego natives Skipp Stubbs and Phill Colla this unique island would still be unknown. […]

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Guadalupe Island, Baja California: Invasive Eradication and Perspectives

Isla Guadalupe is a large volcanic island (250 km²), 240 km west of northern Mexico, with fewer than 150 permanent inhabitants. Over the past 18 years is has become a focus hotspot for cage diving with great white sharks but as you will soon learn it is a whole lot more. Approximately one-fifth of the island’s […]

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Guadalupe Island More Than Shark Cage Diving?

Guadalupe Island is more than just shark cage diving adventures. It is a Biosphere Reserve and home to an extraordinary land based laboratory of endemic species, and more!

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Shark Diving With the Largest White Sharks in The World!

Guadalupe Island Great White Shark Cage Diving Have you ever wanted see a great white shark face to face at Guadalupe Island off of the Californian coast? If so, you’ve come to the right place. America’s Shark Boat is locally owned and has been safely delivering world-class great white shark dives at Guadalupe Island since […]

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Typical Day Shark Cage Diving at Guadalupe Island

August 19, 2017 Great White Sharks of Guadalupe Island We arrived in Guadalupe’s north bay to start our white shark cage diving operations shortly after 9:00 AM as the ever present cloud wave poured over Punta Norte. This event is quite spectacular as the north end of the island acts much like the wing of […]

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