Gulf of the Farallones national Marine Sanctuary

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PAST Sharktober Events

September 15th, 2015|

Sharktober Events 2013 September 7th, Okeanos Performance with the America's Cup Healthy Ocean Project David McGuire, featured speaker, Talk 7:00 PM, Performance 7:30, Q&A to follow September 18th Shark Bites, A lecture by David McGuire San Francisco Nerd Nights Doors at 7 pm, show at 8 Rickshaw Stop, 155 Fell St @Van Ness September 26th, Local [...]

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 [...]

Sharktober News

September 10th, 2014|

Sharktober- An Annual Celebration of the Shark with Shark Stewards We are celebrating the return of the white sharks to our sanctuary after their annual migration. Join us celebrating and motivating to save sharks! September 14  11AM- 6PM Sailfest and Whalefest with Modern Sailing Academy at Marina Plaza, Sausalito.  Live music, sailboat rides, food and ocean information. [...]

Swimming the Devil’s Teeth

July 8th, 2014|

I am an open water swimmer. Like a few hundred others at the South End Rowing and the Dolphin Club, I routinely swim in the Bay year round, without wetsuit.  But there are swimmers and there are Swimmers. An arcane group of athletes around the globe take on extreme athletic challenges, crossing large portions of open water [...]