Up to that point, I thought: When you see a shark in the water, they'll eat you. One day, we were setting these bait lines, and this huge hammerhead swam by, and I yelled, "Hammerhead!" Then all the foreign crew, the guys from California, grabbed their masks to jump in the water to see it. Somewhere in the back of my mind, I thought, You know, these sharks aren't as bad as people are led to believe, and people want to see them. We knew this place where there were a lot of sharks because people fished there. We'd go out there and snorkel with the sharks. Then we realized this is really freaking cool and started bringing tourists. It was one of the first places in the world you could interact with sharks.