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Join us on one of our next expeditions:

1. SPECIAL: Cocos Island Costa Rica, with sharks and turtles 

May 24 - June 3, 2017

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2. Socorro Island: Hammerheads, tigers, and more

January 8-15, 2017 (14 Spaces available)

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3. Australia: Great Whites, lions, dragons, and mating cuttlefish
May 25 - June 3, 2016 (
2 spaces left)
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​4. Guadalupe Island Mexico: Cage Diving with Great White Sharks, SPECIAL PRICING August 2016, two trips to choose from.

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NOAA Findings determine to not like the Common and Bigeye Thresher Sharks on the Endangered Species Act.

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Costa Rica and California are the winners of the SHARK AWARDS 2016.Read more.


Oceanic Whitetip Shark needs more help. Read more.

19/10 / 2015
Halloween Ghost Story. Read more.

1/ 09 / 2015
Why we need apex predators. Read more.

1/ 09 / 2015
Fishing, although arguably less destructive than farming, also impacts the environment in unintended ways. There are very few methods of harvesting marine life that don't affect non‐target species in some way. Read more.

Fins Attached: Marine Research And Conservation Shark Research Expeditions

At Fins Attached: Marine Research and Conservation, we believe that nothing is more important than doing everything we can to protect these magnificent animals! If you're anything like us, after your shark dive, you'll be hooked. Whether you're interested in just diving with them, or to get more involved in the cause, we're where you want to be.



Shark research and collected data about shark movements and numbers can be used to advocate greater protection.



Becoming educated about sharks is the first step in understanding shark behavior and how to interact with them.



Sharks play a vital role in our ecosystem as part of a complex system of checks and balances.



Research on sharks has been slow and inconsistent. There are two main reasons; one is the difficulties of studying them, and two, the lack of funding. 

We believe in the preservation of our world's precious resources and that through the protection of the ocean's apex predators marine ecosystem balance can be maintained for the benefit of all living things on earth.

Fins Attached is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. All donations are tax deductible