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Are You Brave Enough to Swim with a School of Giant Tuna?

It’s feeding time at the tuna grounds and a simple snorkel gets you right into the thick of things!

We’ve all heard of swimming with sharks. Apparently now you can do the same with giant tuna. SeaRun Tuna Charters offer their guests a chance to see tuna up-close and personal – after catching their quota for the day. And to get in on the action, all you need is a snorkel and a whole lot of sea-worthy courage.

This action took place at MacLeods Ledge, off the coast of Prince Edward Island, Canada. And as you’ll see in this video, it looks like a scary-fun time!

Tuna are not small in stature, and one would think being broadsided by one of these beasts might find you in a whole lot of hurt.

So what are your thoughts? A good time or one with way too many risks involved?

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Are You Brave Enough to Swim with a School of Giant Tuna?