Did you know? Sharks don't feed on humans. Humans feed on sharks. The official SILENCE OF THE SHARKS video invites you to watch, share and join the campaign to save lives and make a difference!


Children of the world are joining this fascinating and important journey of saving the sharks by drawing the protest banners held underwater during the dive. For this purpose, a competition is held online, inviting all children in all countries and all ages to create their own protest banner and to share it on a dedicated platform established on the SILENCE OF THE SHARKS website.

The winning banners will be printed on waterproof ads and will be carried underwater by the protesting divers. 

*  The best drawing of them all was awarding its young creator : Junior Open Water Diver Course completed with a Junior Complete Diving First Aid Course offered by PADI and DAN Europe.

For the winning banners

About Us

Unique Underwater Protest and International Shark Conference
October 19-23,2017 at Eilat, Israel SILENCE OF THE SHARKS DDIVE
SILENCE OF THE SHARKS is a global underwater protest against shark hunting,
finning and culling. It is composed of a series of mass dives held in many different
countries around the world during 2016 and 2017.
The most festive 'D-Dive'will take place on October 19-22, 2017 in Eilat, Israel.
More than 500 divers from all over the world will be diving and protesting at the
Satil wreck. In this once in a ife time underwater protest, they are speaking up in
the name of the more than 70 million sharks that are killed every year. The dive
will be held as part of a global shark saving event and conference – broadcast live
around the world.
Children of the world have been asked to participate as Junior Shark Ambassadors
through a worldwide art competition that shares their creativity and activism
in the world (details found here)

David Pilosof, author and World ShootOut producer, is the driving force behind
the project. "What started as a crazy idea is now becoming the most meaningful
project I have planned so far. Our goal is to give sharks a voice and raise
awareness for their situation. At the same time we want to provide a platform for
experts, NGOs, and environmentalists to meet and work together so they can
profit from each other's knowledge as well experience and discuss a common
plan for action," says Mr. Pilosof.