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As soon as we launched we headed  straight to Danger Point and then made out way slowly to Dyer Island in the hope to find some whales. Today unfortunately we weren’t lucky with the whale sightings so far, but managed to see a albatross gliding in the north westerly wind. Arriving in Shark Alley we watched the Cape Fur seals and passed the colony numerous times to give great photo opportunities. On the way back to he harbor we were lucky to spot two Southern Right whales.

They were very relaxed around the vessel as well playing with a piece of kelp.

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