Great White Nikon Shoot Out (4 Day)
- Durée: 4 Jours (environ)
- Code produit: TOUR-GWS4D3N
Great White Nikon Shootout Expedition
Rodney Fox Great White Shark Expeditions in conjunction with Nikon Australia are very proud to be presenting a very special photographer hosted 4 Day/4 Night Summer Expedition. This special trip including a photography course and shootout with Leading Australian Underwater Photographer Jayne Jenkins joining Pro-Shooter Matty Smith and Andrew Fox.
Absolute beginners up to more advanced shooters are all welcome to share the fun, and you don’t even need to have a Nikon camera.
Nikon will be showcasing some of their new equipment on this date and will be providing prizes for the competition.
This expedition is perfect for people who’d like to spend a large amount of time immersed in the world of the Great White Shark in the warm Australian summer and learn how to capture it's beauty. On this Expedition, we launch the world’s only Ocean Floor Cage (for qualified SCUBA Divers). However, all guests are able to get up-close and personal with Great Whites in our Surface Cage. It is an Expedition for people of all ages, although we recommend children are at least 8 years old, and able to cope in an adult environment. This itinerary will include photography talks and one on one tuition and feedback throughout the tour.
We’ll meet you at the Marina Hotel, Port Lincoln at 10:15am and escort you to
the Princess II. Welcome aboard at 10:30am. You’ll be shown to your
cabins where you can unload before the formal introductions and safety
talk. After leaving the Marina, we'll pass through the stunning Thorny Passage and stop by Hopkins
Lions. Depart Hopkins and enjoy the crossing to the famous Neptune Islands Marine Park, where we'll anchor and test out our dive kit for the shark diving. There is time to relax, unwind, talk about the day while feasting on the buffet, engage in the Great White Shark Research Talk (really interesting, with some fantastic photography), check out the amazing night-sky, retire to your cabin. Please note that no shark attractant is used on this day.
Divers are briefed, and the Surface Cage hits the water, ready for action. Our priority is for everyone to see
the sharks in the surface cage before we descend deeper with our SCUBA
diving guests in the ocean floor cage. We also like to hop in the tender boat, check out the New
Zealand Fur Seals and go walking around the Neptune Islands. Here, there
are many bird species to watch and the elusive Australian Sea Lions can
also sometimes be spotted. More shark talks in the evening and then time for bed ready for the next days big adventure.
More time with the great whites viewing topside, in the surface cage or down on the ocean floor and by now your shark identification skills will be finely tuned. The evening brings more opportunity to immerse yourself in the beauty of the Neptune Islands, listening to the sounds of the seals with a chilled glass of white. There is plenty time to chill out and rest. Hit the hay when you feel like it.
More time to spend Surface and Ocean Floor diving – there is no time limit
in the cages, as long as everyone has their fair share. You can also do
some Shark and Wildlife watching from the observation deck, relax with a
book – anything that floats your boat. Leave the
Neptune Islands by 3:00pm and enjoy some lovely local South Australian
‘wine on the bow’ usually with common dolphins joining us for company.
We arrive back in Port Lincoln by 8.00PM for guests to disembark.
*Itinerary is indicative only (subject to weather and any other circumstances that may affect the scheduling of events).