Good Morning America's Host Ginger Zee Took the Plunge with Stuart Cove and Dozens of Sharks in the Bahamas

In preparation for the start of Discovery Channel’s Shark Week, Stuart Cove of Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas was interviewed by Ginger Lee while diving with sharks in The Bahamas. This was Ginger’s first dive, and Stuart Cove was her personal shark wrangler and safety diver while Ginger interacted with multiple species of sharks in the shallow waters of the Bahamas

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Nassau, Bahamas (PRWEB) August 13, 2014

Good Morning America’s host Ginger Zee took the plunge with Stuart Cove and dozens of sharks in the Bahamas. In preparation for the start of Discovery Channel’s Shark Week, Stuart Cove of Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas was interviewed by Ginger Lee while diving with sharks in The Bahamas. This was Ginger’s first dive, and Stuart Cove was her personal shark wrangler and safety diver while Ginger interacted with multiple species of sharks in the shallow waters of the Bahamas.

Ginger expressed her appreciation for these magnificent animals after surfacing, “these animals are amazingly gentle, and what an incredible experience to dive with all these sharks!” Stuart Cove explained the details of the dive, “Ginger Zee was a natural at diving, she had a chance to dive with dozens of sharks as part of a special promotion for Discovery Channel’s Shark Week start. The whole experience was filmed and aired on ABC’s Good Morning America, giving some great publicity to shark diving in the Bahamas.”

Stuart Cove is the president of Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas, located in Nassau, Bahamas. His dive operation takes hundreds of divers and non-divers out to interact with sharks every week. Stuart is also a regular on Shark Week, having appeared or worked on TV projects almost every year since the series started.


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