So far, our success rate has been 100%, but if for some reason no sharks are observed during your trip, the cost for your tour will be limited to the cost of the spotter pilot only.
The Cape Cod White Sharks that we view vary in size from smaller sharks in the range of 8-10 feet long, to much larger sharks pushing 20 feet long.
Once leaving the dock, we will run across one of Cape Cod’s inner waterways. Occasionally, we will be able to spot sharks inside of the bays, although the vast majority of the Cape Cod Great WhiteShark viewing will take place on the outer beaches of Cape Cod. The waters in which we view the sharks will vary in depths from 4 to 15 ft. The underwater white sandbar tidal flats give us a beautiful viewing point for these sharks.
Our Cape Cod Great White Shark tours are an excellent way to view not only the Great White Sharks, but also the diverse aquatic ecosystem of Cape Cod. On your trip you will likely see many ocean dwelling birds, feeding fish, seals, and other wildlife in addition to the pinnacle of the trip: the North Atlantic Great White Shark.
Great White Sharks are a protected species and we treat them as such. We are viewing them in their natural habitat and do so in a way that we do not disturb them. We often times get close to the sharks without interrupting them, but if a shark’s behavior shows any sign that it feels threatened or uneasy, we will back off and search for another shark.
We recommend wearing polarized sunglasses on your trip for a better viewing experience. We also suggest you pack sunblock, a snack or lunch, drinks, a camera, and that you dress in layers. If you have any additional questions please use the contact page to reach out.