Welcome to the only traveling shark encounter in the United States
One look into the eyes of a live shark and you will experience the heart pounding “awe and fascination” that sharks elicit. Sharks have captured our imaginations for thousands of years, stirring the fears and fascination of ocean goers and scientists alike. Their legacy has been as misunderstood as it has been “old and bloody”. Now more than ever, the importance of understanding this fascinating species is critical for its survival. Learn and be entertained, at the Haai Inc. Shark Encounter!
The diver will narrate the show while diving with the sharks!
Using an under water mask that enables a diver to communicate to others outside the water, our diver will give a play by play of what's happening in the aquarium. This is a unique opportunity to understand what it feels like to dive and interact with the sharks!
The show begins...
The infamous “JAWS” music begins the show as the hydraulic door to the 5000 gallon aquarium slowly rises and the sharks appear swimming within the tank. You may be selected from the audience to assist in the show, we want to make sure our aquarium glass is safe and the sharks aren’t going to swim out!
The diver, Philip Peters will provide educational and entertaining information about the sharks before entering the tank. After watching the sharks for any aggressive behavior, the diver cautiously comes into close contact with the creature that elicits more fear and fascination than any other creature in the sea.
Once the show concludes the audience is invited for a close up view of the sharks and the staff will be on hand to answer any questions the public has.
Footage: A level area 60ft. wide – 50ft. deep – 13ft. 6 ins. high
Electric: 240-volt single phase – 100-amp breaker, provided twenty four hours a day upon arrival
Water: Within 150 ft. of display
Show travels with shade covering.
Show may also be used without shade cover and seating as a viewing attraction.
It is recommended that seating be provided by the event facility.
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