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Gregory Sweeney, underwater photographer arranges and hosts exciting photo safaris and wildlife adventures. If you are interested in swimming with whale sharks in Isla Mujeres Mexico, photographing sailfish on the sardine run in the Gulf of Mexico, scuba diving cageless with tiger sharks, or photographing manatees please explore our site.

     
a schedule of photography tours

Wild Dolphin Swim Cruise

June 20 - 26 2015

Sold Out

Swim with Whalesharks & Giant Mantas

July 13 - 18 & July 18 - 23 2015

2 spaces remain

Tiger Shark Cageless Dive

March 5 - 11 2016

2015 sold out

2016 - 2 Spaces

ask about 2017

Swim with Humpback Whales

August 2016

limit of 6 guests

Scuba with Great Hammerheads & Bull Sharks

 

please inquire

 
Comments from guests on our trips Read my Reports from Past Trips See my images in my gallery

 

Tiger Sharks in Bahamas were Fantastic - March 2015

Is it even possible that the tiger shark action at Tiger Beach Bahamas was even better this year? My annual charter of the the MVS Dolphin Dream was once again comfortable and the food delicious. The crew is attentive and sets to the task of bringing in the sharks with professionalism. Our group of 10 guests had long and shark filled dives. The weather was great. Everything seemed to smile on us. Guests were able to get many close up photos of some really big, full sized female tiger sharks as well as lemon and caribbean reefs sharks. For variety we picked dive sites where we could get a background of reefs, sea grass, or white sand.

 

Please check out some of my hammerhead photos on my Blog Gallery

 
Tiger Shark dive in Bahamas link to dolphin cruise

 

Hammerheads in Bimini was a Great Success - January 2015

This trip was Epic! Myself and 9 guests arrived in Bimini which was beautiful and warm, but a bit windy. We rested our first day, but hit the diving hard for the next 5 days. Hammerheads are afternoon creatures so each day at noon we would depart a short distance to moderately shallow, sandy area where we could draw them in and get them to circle our line of divers. We had no less than 2 huge hammerheads continuously and most dives we had 5 or more around us. The bull sharks only showed briefly. We had close shots as they swam over us and some great swimming action shots as they patroled among us. The resort was very comfortable and we had time to relax together and still get photos loaded. Our dives were long, but safe under the expert crew's direction. I look forward to offering a hammerhead related trip in the Bahamas again soon - how about 2017?

 

Please check out some of my hammerhead photos on my Blog Gallery

 
Great Hammerhead Shark in Bimini Bahamas dive link to dolphin cruise
 

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Travel Articles
Link to Whale Shark Trip Log 2014 link to TIger Shark Trip Log 2014 link to Manatee trip log 2014 article link to Elvis and the Manatees  article link to Humpbacked whale article