What do I need to bring with me?
We recommend bringing a bathing suit, sunscreen, towel and a change of clothes. A light jacket or sweatshirt is recommended in order to maintain comfort as the weather conditions fluctuate.
Is there a bathroom on board?
Yes, all vessels are equipped with a bathroom.
Is a meal provided?
No meal is provided, however we do have water and Gatorade on board. You will need to bring your own meal and any desired beverages. We have a cooler on board where you can keep your items chilled.
Is alcohol allowed?
Yes, anyone 21 and older is welcome to responsibly consume alcoholic beverages.
Are there pictures I can purchase at the end of the trip?
We currently do not offer a photography or videography package. Everyone is welcome to bring cameras, video recorders, and any underwater cameras that they have. Many people are generous enough to share emails so if one person has a GO PRO on board, you may be able to obtain footage from your fellow cage diver. Just ask them!
What types of sharks will I see?
The types of sharks you may encounter are tigers, makos, bulls, reefs and hammerheads.
How long is the ride out?
The ride is approximately 30-45 minutes.
What if I have to cancel my trip?
Please see Terms and Conditions for our cancellation policy.
Do I have to bring any equipment with me?
We provide all equipment needed at no additional cost. We have an assortment of wet suits if desired, including masks and snorkels. You are welcome to bring your own if you wish.
Will I get seasick?
If you are prone to motion sickness or typically do not go offshore often, we suggest taking preventive measures. If you choose to take preventative measures, it is important to start taking it the night before the trip. Taking anti-motion sickness mediation as we depart the dock will be ineffective.
What time do I have to be at the dock?
Please arrive at the dock no later than 20 minutes before the scheduled departure time.
Where do I meet the vessel on the morning of my trip?
Am I guaranteed to see sharks?
We are dealing with wild, unpredictable, apex predators. Our captains and crew have over 70 combined years of experience interacting with sharks. We have a 98% success rate with sharks to the cage and the vessel. Our professional crews will do everything in their power to show you a great experience.