On February 12th we had an amazing day of shark diving. We headed to our new spot of 14-mile bank, a bank midway between Dana Point and Catalina Island. We had a magnificent morning with school after school of Mola Molas and about 30 minutes swimming in the water with the dolphins. Our first Blue shark showed up in only thirty minutes! We then had about one and a half hours in the water with three beautiful blues, two of which were perfect players allowing Michael to preform tonic on them. Enjoying a few beers on the boat after a day of shark diving the sharks kept coming in and brought the total number up to a record 14 sharks!
Michael Kazma preforming tonic on one of the Blue sharks. Both hand feeding and tonic are extremely dangerous activities and should only be attempted by trained professionals. Photo by Guillaume Kirgis.