Incredible moment of the world’s fastest shark leaping out of the water onto a boat deck
‘We need a bigger boat!’: Incredible moment the world’s fastest shark leaps onto the boat deck – sending anglers into a frenzy
- Anglers rush to safety after the world’s fastest shark jumped onto a boat deck on a “fine day” while shark fishing off the coast of Massachusetts
- Two Atlantic shortfin makos were out in the ocean when one of them got caught on a fishing pole and shot up into the air about 30 feet away
- Seconds later, the other shark shockingly shot at the boat deck and two men
Three anglers rush to safety after the world’s fastest shark jumps to their feet on a boat deck.
Fishermen aboard a Sea Ventures charter boat stared in amusement at the Atlantic shortfin mako as the sea giant seafish darted into the air from a distance off the coast of Massachusetts on Saturday.
One of the men hooked the shark to a fishing pole about 30 feet from the boat as it tried to free itself.
Within seconds another shark launched onto the boat deck and plunged straight into the men, who then quickly dispersed.
“Oh damn,” one of the men is heard yelling as the shark appears to have struck another man seen in the video.
Three fishermen rush to safety after the world’s largest shark jumps onto their boat off the Massachusetts coast
The fishermen were on a charter boat fishing for sharks when they caught an Atlantic shortfin mako
Suddenly, another shark nearby did a somersault and landed on the boat’s dock
Within seconds, the shark flew into the air and landed at the feet of two fishermen
Surprised at how close the shark got, one of the fishermen rushed away
Meanwhile, two others got caught in the heat of chaos
A man attempted to flee the giant fish by climbing a ladder after being cornered
One of the men to the left of the camera angle quickly escaped while two others got caught up in the commotion.
While another was able to quickly move away after being hit by the shark, another rushed up a nearby ladder to an upper deck.
The shark jumped aboard the FV Lady Anne boat, and the company that operates the boat noted that it was “a beautiful day for shark fishing.”
‘A unique experience!’ Sea Ventures Charters wrote on Facebook.
Sea Ventures Charters confirmed no one was injured but noted the fish was tagged before it was released.
The shark plopped aboard as others watched
Shortly after being tagged and measured, it was released back into the ocean
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