Join Shark Conservationist and Naturalist David McGuire and other wildlife specialists celebrating sharks in a life-changing experience searching the Gulf of the Farallones for whales, wildlife and our finny friends. Join us exiting beneath the Golden Gate for an amazing photo and wildlife opportunities entering the Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary on a modern day wildlife expedition.

These are Farallon Island -ecocentric expeditions. We focus on sharks and shark conservation, and the marine wildlife of the Gulf of the Farallones. We are shark specialists and conservationists, not a commercial enterprise, and lead specialized education and conservation experiences during what we call “Sharktober.” NEW: onboard ROV with live feed camera!

For our September 30 Wildlife Expedition:

farallon expeditions  

NEW: Specialized scientific white shark observation experience. It’s Sharktober! Join Shark Conservationist and Naturalist David McGuire and other wildlife specialists celebrating sharks in a life-changing experience searching the Gulf of the Farallones for whales, wildlife and our finny friends.

Join us exiting beneath the Golden Gate for amazing photo and wildlife opportunities entering the Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary on a scientific shark adventure.

THIS IS A UNIQUE EXPERIENCE AT ONE OF THE WORLD’S MOST IMPORTANT WHITE SHARK AGGREGATION AREAS. We focus on sharks and shark conservation, and the marine wildlife of the Gulf of the Farallones. We are shark specialists and conservationists, now offering unique specialized shark observation and education trips during what we call “Sharktober.”

NOTE: This is a new offering. Permitted by NOAA, we are conducting a few specialized shark observation trips at Southeast Farallon Islands. These trips are ecosystem, conservation and education wildlife trips and for the first time Shark Stewards is offering a few shark watching trips to collect data for the Sanctuary and the TOPP marine program. We are one of the few outfits permitted under NOAA”s White Shark Stewardship Program to deploy a decoy and on this trip we will do so with our Trident ROV- live feed camera. NOAA does not allow chumming, but we will deploy a camera-equipped seal shape to invite an investigation. While we focus on shark biology and behavior while at the island we may even see see a white shark underwater or a predation event!

These are science oriented trips and are not cage diving expeditions. If you would like to viewing/cage diving trip please visit the NOAA site for conditions and recommended operators.
We are now offering new White Shark science and viewing expeditions. We are working under our NOAA permit to view sharks live using our Trident ROV, documenting individual sharks and benthic habitat.


Get Tickets for October 14 or October 20 Shark Expeditions