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“Excellent trip. Thanks” – Ranjit

Guide Summary and Photographs

What an epic day aboard our vessel Dream Catcher. We had another day with amazing whale behaviour. On our first trip we spotted two mothers with their calves. One calf was very playful, it was breaching several times in a row and flipper slapping afterwards. After playing, the little one came closer and had a look at our vessel Dream Catcher, while the mother was observing from a safe distance. Around Slashfin, the vessel of our sister company we did got to see a Great White shark while they were busy with shark cage diving. After seeing a shark we were cruising to Shark Alley, but most of the Cape Fur seals were relaxing on Geyser Rock today. Looking forward to more whale behaviour tomorrow…















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