Shark Week 2022:A Complete Guide to Discovery’s Annual Summer TV Event
Beginning this summer and continuing for one full week, Discovery Channel’s Shark Week is an annual, Jaws-dropping spectacle featuring more than 30 hours of original programming about one of nature’s most feared predators. In addition to myriad documentaries, 2022’s star-studded lineup includes a star studded lineup of your favorite tv and film stars and shark species. According to Discovery, […]Read More
Shark Week 2022 ALL The Sharks
Shark Week 2022 dates and times will be announced soon. Shark divers all over the planet are getting ready for another exciting week of the coolest shark action ever. America’s Shark Boat will be the first to update Discovery’s Shark Week 2022 dates and times once they’re released! WHAT IS SHARK WEEK? For the past […]Read More
Guadalupe Great, Awesome Underwater Shark Videography
Peter Kragh is a wildlife cameraman specializing in the marine environment with experience from programs as BBC Planet Earth and Life, Nat Geo Secret Life of Predators and Imax films Journey to the South Pacific, Under The Sea 3D, and Deep Sea 3 D and many more. Peter shoots 4/5K video with his Red Epic in […]Read More
Guadalupe Cage Diving Trip Report #6 2018
The GREATEST Shark Diving on The Planet Get off your butt and get living now. THE most awesome experience I’ve ever had. Top Shelf operation. Captain Spencer and crew and the Good ship “Horizon ” everybody’s a Pro. Authentic sea journey and great ” real ” ship life living. Comfortable and the FOOD is […]Read More
Great White Sharks: Guadalupe Island
Guadalupe Island, Mexico 210 miles off the coast of San Diego, Guadalupe Island is remote, pristine and the world’s BEST cage diving location. The cage diving experience here is done in crystal-clear water surrounded by the Pacifics top ocean predators. At Guadalupe Island you’ll always be protected by a cage while you are immersed underwater. Since 2000 […]Read More
Guadalupe Island Fur Seals, No Longer Hunted, Migrating to California?
Guadalupe Island Fur Seals, No Longer Hunted, Migrating to California? The Guadalupe Island fur seal (Arctocephalus townsendi) is one of six members of the fur seal genus Arctocephalus. Sealers reduced the population to just a few dozen by the late 19th century, but the species had recovered to 10,000 in number by the late 1990s. Many individuals can be found […]Read More
Can you stay on Guadalupe Island? Cage Diving Adventures
Can you stay on Guadalupe Island? Cage Diving Adventures Cage divers often as us prior to booking a shark cage diving liveaboard adventure, “can we stay on the island?” The answer is not as simple as it looks. About Guadalupe Island Many very rare island or marine species that reside on or near Guadalupe Island […]Read More
Salmon Sharks, Alaska’s Mini White Shark?
Despite having a stable conservation status in the North Pacific Ocean, from the Subarctic to more temperate waters, divers and snorkelers rarely see the elusive salmon shark. Alaska’s frigid waters are one of the only places in the world to see the sharks on snorkel or via scuba, with expeditions each summer. The sharks roam between […]Read More
Shark Speed Test Fastest Shark in the Ocean? | Guadalupe Island Sharks?
Shark Speed Test Fastest Shark in the Ocean? | Guadalupe Island Sharks? It’s a shark question we get from our sharks divers at Guadalupe Island how fast can a shark swim? This question may also pop into your mind as you watch a shark video, or more urgently if you are swimming or shark diving and […]Read More