There have been a total of 7 shark attacks in Galapagos Islands. Out of those, none have thankfully been fatal. 7 attacks came out of the blue while 0 have been provoked by humans.
|Santa Fe Island||02-02-2018||Galapagos shark?||Snorkeling||Injuries to right foot||NO||45yo Andrew Phipps Newman|
|Punta Vicente Roca, Isabella Island||19-11-2015||10h15||Galapagos shark||Snorkeling||Lacerations to left calf||NO||55yo Graham Hurley|
|Isla Isabella||09-01-2009||Surfing||Right lower leg bitten & defense wounds to hand||NO||22yo Gonzalo Vásquez Alcívar|
|Santa Cruz||23-11-2008||Leg bitten||NO||a Danish tourist|
|San Cristobal Island||20-12-2007||3 m shark||Surfing||Lacerations & puncture wounds to left thigh||NO||24yo Sam Judd|
|Crewing on the tuna clipper Mary Barbara||Bitten by several 1.8 m [6'] sharks||Washed overboard into school of fish||Right leg & left foot lacerated||NO||57yo Theodore C. Swienty|
|Tuna fishing, standing on stern platform that was submerged by waves||4 lacerations on dorsum of right foot||NO||34yo Carl Dible|