Shark Diving-What’s New For 2006

February 02, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel News
Shark Diving-What’s New For 2006

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Patric Douglas CEO

Los Angles, CA, February 2, 2006

In the ever growing world of high adventure opportunities, one company offers the latest “cutting edge animal adventures”. Shark Diver has added two new dive encounters to its ever growing roster of close encounters with sharks and deep water predators…that’s just the beginning for adventure seekers who generally regard the regular adventure travel market as “watered down”.

“Tiger sharks in the Bahamas are the latest for us” says Patric Douglas CEO and adventurer. “This site is new, it’s got a lot of big sharks and you can get close to them with ease”. Along with Tiger sharks, Shark Diver offers cage diving opportunities with Great Whites adding a deep dive submarine in Honduras for those seeking adventures to 2000’ feet for a close encounter with 18 foot deep water sharks.

“Our latest project is Giant Squid encounters in Mexico” says Douglas with a smile. “It’s mainly about access” says Douglas “there’s no other place in the world where real adventure seekers, specifically those who love sharks, can just hop on a flight and be face to face with animals they only see on Discovery Channel within 72 hours. We are lucky to say the least to have these unique dive sites and the animal encounters available to us”.

Douglas and his staff have discovered Great White sharks off the coast of San Diego at Isla Guadalupe, rare deep water species off the coast of Roatan and recently pack hunting Salmon Sharks in Alaska.

To book a shark diving adventure with the crew of Shark Diver, call 415.235.9410 or visit or

About Patric Douglas
Cleaning up after his third hurricane in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Shark Diver’s Patric Douglas decided that there had to be a safer way to make a living. He moved back to the west coast where he was quickly offered a job working for a medical travel company escorting American doctors all over the globe. Douglas then spent the next two years as one of the first American tour guides back into Vietnam setting up a safe, unique travel route throughout its remarkable historically rich country. While escorting 21-day tours through China, Bali, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand and Latin America, his easygoing leadership and good humor made for some exciting moments on the road that would not have happened without him. Mountain slides in Peru, saltwater crocodiles blocking the road in Australia and even a Cyclone in New Zealand did not deter this imaginative expedition guide from offering the best available to his risk-taking international clients. Finding a safer way to make a living has now led this adventure entrepreneur into the deep sea realm of the world’s great sharks.