Swim With Sharks

The first and only cage-less shark research and diving program in Hawaii. 

Experience of a Lifetime!

The "Pelagic Shark Program" also known as the "Pelagic Animal Research and Interaction Program" or what some people simply refer to as: "The snorkel with sharks without a cage program," is an extensively developed program based on shark behavioral research and data collection integrating educational informational and adapted for the general public to utilize in order to reduce or avoid adverse shark interactions. 

 

PELAGIC PROGRAM

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The #PelagicProgram is an interactive research based program now open to the public. Hailed as "one of the best programs for inspiring shark and marine conservation." Founded as a research program, One Ocean Diving opened to the public in an effort to help educate people about the reality of sharks and facilitate and empower people with first hand experience.  

 

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Learn about the latest shark research, shark biology, physiology, behavior and specific body language from a marine biologist/shark specialist. Learn from the experts in the safest, most respectful way to interact with and enjoy sharing the water with these incredible animals.  

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Join us in the water and snorkel or freedive with sharks without a cage. Take the unique guided opportunity to see for yourself just how incredible these animals are. Highly educational program, great for all ages. (MUST BE 4ft. tall to get in the water. Basic snorkeling experience recommended). 

 

ONE OCEAN DIVING STAFF AND FOUNDERS HAVE A 100% PERFECT SAFETY RECORD

We support the Hawaii Ecotourism Associationʻs principles of sustainable tourism, which addresses operating principles in the following content areas:

  • Environmental Management
  • Staff Management
  • Interpretation Management
  • Consumer Evaluation Management
  • Marketing Management

             For more information please visit:  http://www.hawaiiecotourism.org/Review