The “biggest” great white shark fishing boat of all time


A group on a boat off the coast of South Australia had an incredible encounter with a huge great white shark.

The footage was shared by Shark Watch South Australia, who wrote the shark was ‘probably one of the biggest white sharks we’ve ever seen’ and confirmed the encounter happened around 20km away. Arrossan.

In the video, a man can be heard telling others on the boat to prepare their lines “silently” as the shark circles the boat.

A woman is also heard in the video, desperately asking others to start the engine and get out of there.

A massive great white has been spotted off the coast of South Australia. Source: Bannotz via Shark Watch South Australia

When the crew starts the engine, the great white rushes towards the boat – it is the fin that crosses the surface of the water.

“He’s chasing us, he’s chasing us,” a man says as the woman grows increasingly distressed.

Fortunately, the shark ends up turning around and moving away from the boat.

The New Shark Watch South Australia, which is affiliated with Shark Watch South Australia, shared a muted version of the video.

“As it should be, because you never hear them gracefully investigating your presence just below the surface,” The New Shark Watch South Australia, adding that the footage was not captured recently.

“Their wide, stretched pectoral fins and towering dorsal fins are an eyesore. Their girth, impressive.”

Many people in the comments to the video with audio defended the distressed woman, saying her reaction to the shark was justified and valid.

“Poor girl. I would be somewhere between terrified and impressed,” one person said.

“I appreciate the amount of swearing in this video, the panicked voice really adds to the viewing experience,” another person said.

There have been quite a few sightings of massive sharks in recent weeks.

A photographer managed to capture a great white in queensland as surfers were completely oblivious and a fisherman caught a few shark heads this week, suggesting that something bigger was hungry and wandering in the ocean.

He comes after the British man Simon Nellist was fatally attacked by what is believed to be a great white shark off a Sydney beach last week.

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