About US

Shark Society was founded in the late 80's by Tom Kraus a scuba dive enthusiast with military and commercial diving background.
He was since that time (and before) in either southern California, Costa Rica, Thailand, Egypt and/or South Africa based.

Tom is German, (that explains his terrible English - he does have no other excuse!) and his ratings in PADI and DAN are up to-date and he is very much interested to uphold the newest scuba industry standards.

We have had with our valued clients dived in such places as:



 

The Red Sea - Hurghada - Sha'ab Abu Nuhas/Ghiannis D. - Carless Reef, Sharm el Sheikh - Thistlegorm - White Knights

The Maledives  -Maayaafushi

Thailand - Phuket

South Africa - Aliwal Shoal and Protea Banks

Mozambique - Tofo Beach

Madagascar - Nosy Be

Mexico - Socorro Islands, Sea of Cortez, Cabo Pulmo

After part-relocating to beautiful Cabo San Lucas, (coming from San Diego they have been diving C.S.L. and Socorro Islands before) at the most southern tip of the Baja California, Shark Society did not operate as an full-fledged Dive Charter for the time being and was locally connected to an tourism operation that did not much concern the original background of Shark Society, scuba diving and the love for sharks.


Hooked by the diving, T.K returned to his roots and Shark Society is back to his old operation modus.
We live by the saying "scuba divers are the modern gypys" and pending on season / dive conditions we do operate out of different "base camps" at locations we do promote.

Shark Society is a small enterprise, the staff - we don't like to talk about "employees" or "job" - drives of the principal that  everybody loves what he is doing - are all PADI member of different nationality s, with plenty of experience and shark diving enthusiasts.

Shark Society is ongoing operated at the same professional level and with the same commitment that made this outfit an small, personalized operation with many returning clients.

More - divers that come as clients and leave as friends.
 

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Raggies Crossing at Aliwal Shoal Shark Alley