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FAQ’s for North Shore Shark Adventures

Hawaii Shark Encounters FAQ’s Have a series of questions before you go Shark Cage Diving on Oahu? Hopefully the below list will answer them all. If it doesn’t, please contact us at North Shore Shark Adventures • How much time do we spend in the cage? 20 minutes. • How long do we spend on the boat? Approximately 1.5 hrs. • How many people are placed into the cage? This is decided by the captain based on passenger size and count. Although it varies, usually 6-8 guests. • How many cage drops does each trip make? It can range from 1-3 depending on passenger count. • Can I go in the cage for more than 1 drop? Usually no. Sometimes the passenger count is low enough for our captains to consider a second drop. • Can I go into the…

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December 8, 2015

Motion Sickness during your Shark Tour?

Dramamine is Perfect for the Shark Cage Boat Tour A lot of us have felt this nasty feeling one time or another! Man is sucks! Some have felt it while reading something in a car. Some have felt it after riding one roller coaster too many. Then there are those who have felt it out to sea on a boat. There’s no good time to get this sickness and it happens right when you don’t want it to happen. Well, unfortunately we have seen many people throughout the years here at North Shore Shark Adventures get this unlovely sickness on the way to or from the shark diving cage. A common thing we hear is that the people that get this say they didn’t realize they were susceptible to it. Our recommendation is that, if you haven’t been on a…

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November 15, 2015

FAQ’s for Shark Cage Diving

Where do I need to go for North Shore Shark Adventures? We are located in beautiful Haleiwa, Oahu, Hawaii. Specifically in Haleiwa Boat Harbor in Waialua Bay. Look for the “Shark Shack” in the parking lot! This is just off the Kamehameha Hwy on the North Shore. Check this link for more specific information or it will help to Google Map the following address: Haleiwa Boat Harbor 66-105 Haleiwa Rd. Haleiwa, HI 96712 You can also call (808) 228-5900 for directions Can you pick us up for shark cage diving? Weather you’re in Waikiki, Kahala, or just getting off a cruise ship, we can pick you up! Give us a call at (808) 228-5900. Use this link for more information What are your shark cage diving operating hours? We are open from 6:30am – 6:30pm everyday except for…

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November 15, 2015

Solo Vacation to Oahu

Are you the adventurous type taking a trip to Oahu, Hawaii by yourself? Congrats! You get to do what you want, when you want! Obviously it’s fun to share experiences with friend and/or family, but things can get slowed down or you might end up missing something epic because others didn’t want to do it in the first place. Well here are a few fun / adventurous things to do that will definitely take up your vacation time and leave you wanting more! Surf Lessons in Waikiki If you’ve always wanted to learn how to tame the waves, now’s your chance. Waikiki is full of places that would love to teach you. The waves are perfect for beginners and there are lots of people that are learning as well. So you won’t feel stupid when you fall from your board….

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October 15, 2015

North Shore Shark Adventures Gives Back to the Community

Just like how we care about the sharks we encounter on Oahu’s North Shore near Haleiwa, we also care for our community and all the individuals with disabilities. When we can we look to support and help out the Special Olympics and Make-A-Wish foundation. Recently we donated to Special Olympics Hawaii as we know they…

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August 12, 2015


PREPARING for NORTH SHORE SHARK ADVENTURES Excited to be face to face with wild sharks? Well, here’s some info to make the entire trip go smoothly for the boat crew and you. Get there 15-30 minutes early for check-in at the Shark Shack. (See below for directions) Bring sunscreen. Eco-friendly preferred. Use the bathroom facility…

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July 18, 2015