When to go
May to October
From £ 100 pp
Would you like to have an appointment with Blue Sharks? They will come closer to your body with the flow of fast water. You'll see tiny creatures will keep moving closer to your body. You'll experience the thrill of spending some time with these amazing creatures.
Going to swim with sharks! Will that be a good idea at all? When you tell someone that you are going to be swimming with sharks, the most common comment you will hear is - "Is that a good idea?" The concept of sharks attacking people is firmly etched in people's minds, especially due to films whose very name people are afraid of. However, there are more than 440 species of sharks in the world and only a few of them are dangerous. You'll enter in water with a mixed feeling of trepidation, excitement and wonder. Within a matter of a few minutes, you'll be swimming along with a six-foot blue shark.
They will keep looking at each other and do a few high fives too. A group of blue sharks may encircle you. An encounter with a shark will be a moment of a lifetime. They are so majestic and graceful and seeing them swim effortlessly will be a lifetime experience.
Nigel and Jack Hodge
Sea is the second home for Nigel Hodge and his son Jack. The father-son duo has been working together for many years. Their names have become synonymous with fishing in the Falmouth region. Nigel has been working in Falmouth since his childhood. Diving, surveying and fishing expeditions come naturally to him, thanks to his more than 30 years of experience in fishing. They have good knowledge and experience of crew safety, comfort, combined vessel stability and other important things.
There will be a fast, modern catamaran to ensure comfort and safety and assure you of a great day. You'll get caught, preparing and cooking tips from a friendly team of crew members. Our instructors are licensed throughout the year and they will go up to 60 miles.
Here, it is to be noted that any accidental catches of Bluefin Tuna or sharks are dealt as per the guidelines provided by the Marine Management Organisation.
- Short training
- Big game tackle, bait and lures
- Safety kit
Meals and beverages
- Bespoke adventure for you or your group.
- Kit for borrowing
- Transport during the adventure
- Meals/ drinks
How to get there
Newquay Cornwall Airport is an airport having links with all the major airports in the UK. Car hire is available from the airport to the inside of Falmouth.
The road connection to Cornwall is simple and straightforward, thanks to the M4, M5 and M6 motorways. Within Cornwall, the A30 and A38 carriageways have improved a lot. You can follow the M5 to Exeter, and join the A30 to Truro while following the road signs to Falmouth.
Falmouth is well connected with major cities via the Great Western Rail that offers fast services from London Paddington, South Wales to Cornwall and there are cross country trains to Cornwall from the Midlands, the North and Scotland.