North West Dive and Travel Show

02-May-2008

North West Dive and Travel Show

Going Face-to-Face with a Great White Shark - presented by Mike Lever at the NW Dive & Travel Expo in Tacoma, Washington.


Location: Room C, NW Dive & Travel Expo, Greater Tacoma Convention and Trade Center, Tacoma, Washington.


Date: Saturday, May 3, 2008


Time: 12:00pm


There are 3 places in the world where divers can go face-to-face with a great white shark. Guadalupe Island, Mexico is becoming very well known among white shark aficionados as the place to go if you want to see sharks in clear, blue water, calm seas and from a luxury liveaboard.   Join Captain Mike Lever from the Nautilus Explorer as he describes this amazing destination including his experience last September when his 5-year old son and 7-year old daughter decided that they wanted to go cage diving with great white sharks. Mike, his partners and his staff ardently support conservation efforts to save this population of great white sharks and he will be available to brief anyone interested in the Guadalupe Conservation Fund.



*** Check out the YouTube video by Ralph Clevenger from our Historical Diving Society trip (October 3, 2007). ***


Bio:

Captain Mike Lever is a former waterbomber pilot who left his career behind when he got hooked on scuba diving and particularly liveaboard diving. The Nautilus Explorer is his third vessel and a labour of love that he and Mary Anne Lever designed and built from the keel up as the ultimate dive boat.



While at the show - visit us at booth 48 to find out about our great show special!