Guadalupe Great White Shark Mysteries and Misconceptions

Guadalupe Island Great White Sharks Misconceptions and Mysteries

1. Guadalupe great white sharks can sleep while swimming?

While it is true that most species of sharks have to keep swimming forward to breathe, it is also true that great white sharks at Guadalupe Island can sleep while they swim at the same time.!

2. Great white sharks only feed once a month?

It is true that a great white shark can only eat once a month and that white sharks are masters at energy conservation, although recent tagging data at Guadalupe island suggests these sharks feed at least three times a week on endemic Guadalupe Fur Seals.

3. Are great white sharks dangerous to humans?

Guadalupe great whites have a fearsome reputation, when it comes to shark bites, they’re actually not the worst shark to get bitten by as they bite cleanly and then let go. Bull sharks and Tiger sharks, on the other hand, tend to shake their heads around once they’ve bitten into something, which can leave severe tissue damage.

4. Where do Guadalupe white sharks go off season?

This is the enduring mystery at Guadalupe island. Since 2000 when we were the first shark boat to ever cage dive here that has been the biggest mystery yet. We know some of our sharks migrate as far as the Oregon coast and into the mid pacific region but WHAT they do here is the mystery that time and next generation sat tags will tell us.

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For just $500 down you could be on your way to cage diving with great white sharks this year. We know you have a choice of liveaboard shark diving vessels for Guadalupe Island this year. Since 2000 we have watched the liveaboard shark fleet grow, and grow, and grow. Safety and shark diving value is a primary concern for us and we have the best safety record in the shark diving fleet. Not only is our U.S. crew the most experienced dive operator at Guadalupe Island (18 years and counting), but they are all federally licensed and participate in the U.S. Coast Guard’s random drug testing program.

Over the many years we have been cage diving at Guadalupe island we have remained the value shark boat. Offering shark cage diving for less, and the place shark divers call home with a return rate that is the envy of the fleet. We love our shark divers and they love us. Make this the year you do something incredible on your next shark vacation. The year you get to experience cage diving with great white sharks at the most amazing shark location in the world. Let’s go shark diving!