Great White Seeks Dark Horse
Swimming with a Great White shark is not for most people. In fact most of our customers are a bit of a dark horse. They like to do things a little differently. You won't see many Pringle jerseys around here.
The fact is life can be boring. It sucks for the most part. So once upon a time in a small village on the Eyre Peninsula.
We built a boat and bought a cage.
We white washed a beach house and threw a sign up in blue felt tip.
And ten years later we are still here.
And the sign is still there if a little sun faded.
On the first day...
You jump into one of our rusty green Land Rover Jeeps somewhere near the bus station in Port Lincoln. You'll know it's us. Were the one's who don't look like tourists.
After a short drive and a few sharp bends. You will be greeted by Jenny the operations manager. Jenny is the one in shorts who smiles a lot.
Your room for the week is sparse to say the least. You get a comfy bed and en-suite privacy. That's about it.
6AM the next morning Jenny won't be smiling as much. She will be banging on your door to get your butt into gear and join us at the pier. Where you will sit through some procedures. Wolf down a bacon sandwich and a Pepsi.
And then not throw up as we blast out into the blue.
6Am you will be fast asleep. 8Am you will be 5 metres underwater with some of the fiercest breathtaking killers this planet has ever seen.
Great White sharks of all sizes will circle the cage you have been lowered into. And snap every nerve you thought you ever had. The fear in your heart and the tension in your bones will become palpable. Until you feel so invigorated by terror that life will never be the same again.
Of course we will throw in a few good steaks and some beers over the course of your stay. And live music is always happening downstairs when the sun goes down and the rickety tables and chairs get pulled onto the decking.
I think we might have something called the internet too.
(I'll check with Jenny)
The phone number below is my direct line. You can call me and book your spot on the boat this weekend.
We charge $xxx per person per night.
That's your food and bed included, and of course the sharks.
Just bring the dark horse.
(Great White Adventures)