WIN A WEEK OF SHARK DIVING IN THE MALDIVES. INCLUDES SIX DAYS OF SCUBA DIVING WITH TIGER SHARKS PLUS ALL LOCAL EXPENSES COVERED.

We are giving away the trip of a lifetime!

WHAT IS THE PRIZE?

An all-expenses-paid week of diving with Tiger Sharks on "Shark Island" - Fuvahmulah, Maldives. Included are six days of scuba diving, food and drink, accommodation, daily transport, and internal flights from Male.

HOW TO ENTER?

All you have to do to enter is watch Envoy: Shark Cull. It’s that simple! When you rent or purchase a copy of the film through wonder.watch/envoy, your name automatically goes into the draw. For extra entries you can also purchase the film for someone else as a gift or screen it for your community to spread the word.

THE DETAILS:

  • Not included in the prize are international flights to Male, spending money, souvenirs etc.
  • Winners should be PADI Open Water certified or equivalent/higher before their trip to maximize their experience.
  • Entries close August 31, midnight ET (USA).
  • Prize is to be drawn on September 9, midday AEST (AUS).
  • Winners are notified via email.
  • Prize donated by Pelagic Divers Fuvahmulah
  • Accommodation at Ataraxis Grand & Spa
  • Fuvahmulah is a quiet, undiscovered Maldivian island with a Muslim community. The community is welcoming and warm, but Alcohol is not available on the island, and please be respectful of locals.

ABOUT

Envoy: Shark Cull is a fascinating, deeply moving documentary narrated by Eric Bana, which sheds light on the real story behind the coastal ‘shark safety’ programs in Queensland and New South Wales. The current methods of baited drum-lines and nets have not only been scientifically proven to be ineffective in protecting swimmers and surfers, leaving them at risk in the sea, but these outdated solutions continue to be allowed to negatively impact entire marine ecosystems—including the Great Barrier Reef.
Thousands of whales, dolphins, turtles, and other marine life are just some of the casualties of these expensive, archaic methods every year, even though new and proven technology is easily accessible.

Join some of the biggest names in ocean conservation, such as Sea Shepherd, Ocean Ramsey and Madison Stewart, who bring their in-depth knowledge and expertise to shed light on this scarcely understood topic.

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MEET THE DIRECTOR

ANDRE BORELL
DIRECTOR, PRODUCER, ENTREPRENEUR, OCEAN CONSERVATIONIST
Andre Borell is co-founder of The Hype Project and Producer and Director of Envoy: Shark Cull. Andre has had a passion for photography and videography from a young age, from jerry-rigging handycams to mountain bike helmets and go-karts, to building underwater camera housings as a teenager. He is a successful entrepreneur who has grown multiple businesses in various industries. Andre co-founded The Hype Project in 2018 with a single goal in mind - to make films that matter. Andre’s inspiration for Envoy: Shark Cull started in 2014 during the WA shark cull. This inspiration continued to grow as the QLD and NSW culls continued, even after the WA cull was abandoned, with little to no public scrutiny. Andre fulfilled various roles and worked endless hours on the production of Envoy: Shark Cull, driven by an unwavering creative vision and burning desire to facilitate change.

MEET THE SPEAKERS

PAUL DE GELDER

Paul De Gelder was attacked by a shark in February 2009. Paul lost two limbs, and his career as an elite navy clearance diver was flung into jeopardy. Now a powerful public speaker and TV presentor with Discovery Channel Shark Week, Paul’s voice in the shark debate carry’s huge sway.

JUAN OLIPHANT

Juan is uniquely positioned to give us an insight into their failed cull of years gone by. A world class marine photographer who reframes peoples perceptions of sharks and highlights the beauty of these misunderstood animals.

JONATHAN CLARK

Jonathan is an ocean warrior from Sea Shepherd Australia’s Apex Harmony. His tireless work over the years has exposed the Shark Cull for what it is and forms a pivotal part of our film’s narrative.

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