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Rodney Fox Shark Expeditions

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Published June 23rd 2011
Board the Princess 2 alongside your experienced hosts Andrew and Rodney Fox, for an unforgettable great white shark cage diving experience.

Magnificent Predator.


You do not need any diver certification to partake on this magnificent and thrilling adventure. There are qualified PADI professionals onboard who will make you feel at ease with this incredible predator swimming right up to you within their safe surface cages.

This once in a lifetime experience departs from North Quay Boulevard, Port Lincoln, South Australia and travels out to the breathtaking Neptune Islands.

If you are in fact a certified diver you can experience the world exclusive ocean floor cage dive, where you will be accompanied by the powerful great white shark, huge sting rays and plenty more Southern Ocean life.

After all that excitement I'm sure you would have worked up quite an appetite. But don't worry about bringing your own food, after this incredible day you will be able to sit back and relax with a glass of wine and local South Australian food.
While sitting back and enjoying the sunlight you will be captivated by Andrew Fox's research and biology talks, educating us on what is known and what is yet to still be discovered about the white shark.

What your cage dive experience will look like.


Itineraries are three-five days aboard this beautiful dive vessel with six ensuite twin cabins and holds up to twelve passengers.
Prices start from $1,995 for a three day expedition and continue all the way up to $13,477.50 for a three week charter.

When you think about all the amazing things you will encounter and the memories you won't forget, this is definitely something you will have to do at least once in your lifetime.

If you're an upcoming photographer you will be amazed by some of the shots you're about to get. On this thrilling expedition one of their aims is to get to swim with the playful, photogenic Australian sea lions and explore the rugged onshore beauty of the Neptune Islands.

If you have any enquiries you can contact Rodney Fox on 0428 810 646 or (08)8363 1788 or to view the upcoming charters and calendar dates you can visit his website located here.
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Where: North Quay Boulevard, Port Lincoln, South Australia, Australia
Cost: Starting from $1,995
Comments
I've done a cage dive with crocodiles before in Darwin, and I got past my fears and did an introductory course to scuba diving in Fiji. But I honestly don't think I could ever do this. I get freaked out if I see a shark on TV or a dark shape in a swimming pool. I don't know if this would help me face my fears, or just make it worse.

Have you actually been on one of the shark dives? My parents have been shark diving without a cage in Fiji, but not with Great Whites. They're such magnificent and terrifying creatures. I would love to one day get the courage to do something like this.

Would love to hear from anyone who has done one of these dives before, or who is considering one.
By Natasha Stewart - senior reviewer
Saturday, 25th of June @ 12:15 am
Oh wow! I've never heard of crocodile cage diving before, that'd be amazing.
No unfortunately I haven't done this myself but I think I would be okay with it, I find myself way more scared of sting rays.

I did go on a shark snorkel in Phuket but I didn't actually see any... Does that count? Haha.

If you work up the courage to do it yourself let me know how it is, I'll have to save up some cash and hopefully get to go myself.
Goodluck!
By Ashleigh Jane - senior reviewer
Sunday, 26th of June @ 01:56 pm
Id love to swim with sharks. They do it at Coffs Harbour. I think the cage is a great way to do it though. It provides you with safety as well as closeness.

I did a little reading recently and humans arent really shark food. Sharks would rather eat something else.
By Jody Kimber - senior reviewer
Tuesday, 30th of August @ 11:46 am
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