Grenada, a Caribbean paradise renowned for its breathtaking marine life and pristine beaches, has become a hotspot for an unusual phenomenon – shark attacks. This intersection of human activity and the underwater world carries significant implications for both safety and the island’s bustling tourism industry. As we explore the nuances of these encounters, our weekly updates will provide comprehensive, easy-to-digest information on these shark attacks in Grenada. Stay with us as we delve deeper into the world of shark attacks in Grenada.
Recent Shark Attacks in Grenada
|Date / Time||Country / Area||Activity||Name||Sex / Age||Injury||Species|
|06-13-1970 14h00||GRENADA ,St. Andrew Parish||Wading||Lincoln Alpheus||M /16||FATAL, multiple injuries to both legs|
|06-13-1970 14h00||GRENADA ,St. Andrew Parish||Wading||John Alpheus||M /18||FATAL, body not recovered|
|04-04-1970 16h00||GRENADA ,St. Andrew Parish||Swimming||Rudolf Daily||M /14||FATAL, body not recovered|
|01-01-1960||GRENADA ,St. Georges||Spearfishing||Julian Bain||M /9||Toe bitten|