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Dangerous to swim ?

Asked by: 20th February 2015

Any sharks / stingrays .. in Lanzarote ?

 


6 Answers



  1. Steve p on Feb 20, 2015

    There are no dangerous sharks in and around Lanzarote you may come across Angels sharks but only if you were to go diving but there not dangerous.

    when we were out the in November 2013 there was a pregnant female angel shark in the little bay on Jablillo beach and was going to be taken down on a dive to see but the sea conditions were bad at the time so never got to do the dive.



  2. Joe Strummer on Feb 20, 2015

    As we braved the sea in January this year – we were speaking to a diver who was just coming out of the water – he confirmed a family of angel sharks close to small bay – he said they were harmless and actually swam with them – they swim close to the seabed apparently.

    You can like everywhere coastal, sometimes get jelly fish.

    Of more concern to me are the two legged sharks who try to part you and your hard earned cash on what is effectively – although their introduction says it not – timeshare –

    Admittedly no where near as bad as it was years ago – and you can usually get away by answering their first question of -” Are you English?” – NO – coming from the Glasgow area – I can answer truthfully !



  3. David myers on Feb 20, 2015

    I thought the sharks were serving in the camera shops
    They usually say BEST PRICE or WHAT CAMERA YOU HAVE SIR



    • dave love on Feb 21, 2015

      as david has said, I have seen lots of sharks and stingrays in CT. they are normally trying to sell you so called genuine Olympus cameras or ipads in the indian shops,. or they are walking Africans trying to sell you so called genuine Rayburn sunglasses. Beware they will definately sting you



  4. Steve p on Feb 24, 2015

    Dave when you look at the web cam and see the colour of sky I would say very little demand for Sunglasses dodgy or genuine



    • dave love on Feb 24, 2015

      Steve, people still buy them for use when they get back to the uk, they help to keep the glare of the snow out of there eyes