Shark

FLORIDA SHARK DIVING

 

The Sharks

Cage Diving

BLUE SHARKS

The nomads of the deep, blue sharks are most known for their long oceanic migrations.  Growing over 10 feet in length, this is a big shark that moves through the water with curiosity, often approaching the divers to get a better look.  Here at Cape Cod they are found in large numbers throughout the summer and fall months.

Seen on 10/10 dives.

Open Water Dive

MAKO SHARKS

The most powerful sharks pound for pound, Makos are the top dog in our waters and demand respect when seen on dives. They move quickly through the water and are extremely bold. Seeing a mako is one of the most electric encounters you can have in the wild.

Seen on 8/10 dives

Great White Shark

GREAT WHITE SHARKS

Great White Sharks are the largest predatory sharks in the ocean.  Growing to a length over 20' and 2 tons these sharks are at the top of the oceans food chain.  Great Whites call the waters of Cape Cod home during the summer months and can be seen with some regularity but are still considered a rare sighting.  Great Whites main food source are seals, dolphins, tuna, other sharks, and whale carcasses.

Seen on 4/10 dives.

Shark Viewing

BASKING SHARKS

Basking sharks are the second largest fish in the world, reaching over 35 feet in length. These impressive plankton feeders are not aggressive and allow divers to swim alongside them. Basking sharks are the whale sharks of the North and are seen in our waters heavily through June and July.

Seen on 5/10 dives

Whale & Seal Watching

HAMMERHEADS - TIGERS - DUSKIES

These are the exotic species of our waters. They are rare but during the warmest months of the year in late July through early September they are seen consistently.

Seen on 4/10 dives (in season)

Whale & Seal Watching
OTHER WILDLIFE ENCOUNTERED:
Humpback, Fin, and Pilot Whales
Oceanic Dolphins
Bluefin Tuna
Yellowfin Tuna
White Marlin
Mahi Mahi
Sea Turtles
Man o War Jellies
Ocean Sunfish
Pelagic Birds
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