Have you ever imagined what it would be like to scuba
dive 10 million years ago? Now you can dive where the
ancient Megalodon once lived and recover fossil
evidence of its massive teeth. We are headed to the
clear waters off the coast of North Carolina to a rich
trove of fossil teeth. In 2012, divers averaged
80-100 teeth recovered per trip - three to five inch
teeth are frequently found, with an occasional monster
exceeding six inches!
and Dan D. recovered over 110 complete teeth from Megalodons, as
well as prehistoric Mako and Great Whites while working
as a team. Brian Bondy being
the most experienced recovery diver that continues to make the trip, has
collected a combined total of well over 300 teeth. Several of
the teeth and bones are on
display at Huron Scuba as well as a monster that is on display at Ann Arbor's Public Television station
CTN. Come check them out, put them in
your hands and you will see for yourself why people who
have come on this trip in the past, always sign up for a
second, or third or forth year ! Tooth-fever is
incurable and we are proud to spread the infection to
our dive travel teams every year. Join us for Meg Quest
Megalodon was about 60 feet long, and weighed as much as 77 TONS. It preyed on whales and large fish.
Read more about the Megalodon here.
Each trip includes three days of 2-tank shark teeth
hunting diving at a secret location in the clear ocean
off the coast of North Carolina and 3 nights lodging.
Limited to just 5 divers per trip,
even with room for 6 divers now, this will be a trip
that sells out fast. Minimum of
Deep Diver certification
is mandatory, as these are working dives between 80-110
feet with minimal decompression possible. Due to the
nature of this trip, it is by application only - no one
is guaranteed a space until his or her application and
deposit have been received, reviewed and approved by
management. If your application is not accepted,
your deposit will be refunded.
Other fossil diving trips drop you in a murky river
to deal with snakes and alligators while you hunt for
small fossils in dark, no-vis, fast-moving water. On
this trip, you'll be in the open ocean, with great
visibility for your hunt. One drawback to open ocean
diving is the weather - historically, conditions allow
meg teeth dive boats to go out about 60% of the
Trip cost for 2013
is $899. Scooter
rental is not included but is highly recommended to maximize your tooth-finding opportunities.
(scooter rental is $50 per day).
deposit is required to reserve your space. $300
Second payment due, and then becomes non-refundable on
Feb. 1, 2013 - $300
Balance due and becomes non-refundable on Apr. 15, 2013
Once your payment in full has
been made, you will then be given the exact location for
our accommodations and diving. Special equipment advice
will be provided regarding cylinders, tooth collecting
equipment, and reels.
If the boat captain cancels a day
of diving due to weather or mechanical issues, divers
will be refunded $TBD (2012 refunds were $135) per lost day of diving.
Due to the cost of fuel a surcharge should be
expected. This is not covered in your trip fees
but will probably only range in price from $5 - $20 per
person per day depending upon the price of fuel and the
distance we go each day. (There are multiple locations
for teeth, some further)
Guard Trip Insurance Application
Reserve your spot today! Call us at (734) 994-3483 or
us to book this great trip!
Huron Scuba, Snorkel & Adventure Travel Inc.
4816 Jackson Road, Suite D, Ann Arbor