Devil’s Teeth

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Sharktober and Sailing the Devil’s Teeth

September 17th, 2019|

Thirty miles west, one can catch a glimpse of the mysterious Farallon Islands when the marine layer lifts. The coastal by Miwok Indians called them the Islands of the Dead, and the Devil's Teeth by Spanish mariners who dreaded the unseen rocks and fog shrouded spires of the Farallon Islands. Named by explorer Juan Cabrillo, los [...]

Sharks Stewards Supports our Sanctuary

February 21st, 2019|

Shark Stewards science education and adventure make it into the Washington Post. Each summer and fall, we venture into Sanctuary waters at the Gulf of the Farallones collecting observations and monitoring at Southeast Farallon Island. As part of our National Geographic Open Explorer project we are investigating benthic habitat and species and activity in our Golden [...]

Farallon Sanctuary Expeditions

December 10th, 2018|

Join Shark Stewards  celebrating sharks in a life-changing experience searching the Gulf of the Farallones for whales, wildlife and our finny friends.

Farallon Island Wildlife Expeditions

November 18th, 2017|

Book an exclusive trip to the Farallon islands 30 miles off the Golden Gate Bridge.

Farallon Island Expeditions 2017

April 7th, 2017|

Take a journey to the Devil's Teeth.  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. These specialized natural history tours focus on science and adventure, delving into geological, biological and historical aspects of the Greater [...]

Sharktober Farallon Island Expeditions

February 2nd, 2016|

Join Shark Stewards on our unique Sharktober educational adventures to the Farallon Islands. Please join us on the Vessel by 0730 to begin boarding  for an 0800 departure. These trips are usually 8 hours but may run over when we see something exciting. We only book in fall when the white sharks return and the weather is clement for our passengers. [...]

Devils Teeth, Mysterious Sharks

September 15th, 2014|

The waters off the San Francisco Coastline can be rough, wild and even extremely dangerous. Large waves pound our shoreline, strong tidal currents create rips and eddies and carry sediments from the Delta and deposit it into shallow shoals. There is even the occasional Great White Shark to remind us that our city is perched on [...]