So far there are about 270 sharks in the identification book with around 30 new ones added each year as they are spotted and photographed.
Our youngest guest was 14 and newly certified and we had 3 women in their mid 70s who have been diving together all around the globe for nearly 40 years!!
We had 8 or 9 different sharks (the maximum count at once was 6!), with at least three females and many males.
Your first time diving and you’re surrounded by great white sharks?!? Only in Guadalupe!
Literally not even a minute went by from cage open to cage close without sharks and we had up to 7 sharks in sight at once.
As for the sharks, well, it was really great to see four come out of nowhere on my first dive and another four more on my second dive.
We had about 7 or 8 different sharks with us all day and the guests were all really excited, especially the youngest guest, Sam, who dove with me in the submersible cage and said he had a blast watching them.