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Humpback Keeping You Safe

Keeping You Safe

Keeping You Safe

Our commitment is to do everything we can to minimise the impact of in-water interactions on the whales.  And to do everything necessary to maximise your safety at all time whilst you are in the water too.

Our briefings ensure you understand what to do, when to both maximise your likelihood of interacting with a humpback whale, and your safety whilst you do so.

All crew are very experienced SCUBA dive instructors, dive masters or fully trained Skippers.

Every group of swimmers entering the water is accompanied by at least two of our team as Photographer and Guide.

Maximum seven swimmers in the water at once.

Oxygen and a comprehensive first aid kit maintained onboard.

There is a risk of physical injury if someone is struck by the pectoral fin or tail of the whale whilst interacting with them. So to absolutely minimise this possibility, please ensure everyone in your group is:

1. closely follow the world’s best practice in-water interaction protocols developed by the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions in Western Australia that you will be briefed on 

2. whilst in the water, do what your guide asks you to do, when they ask you to do it, from start to finish of your in-water interaction.