What did our guests think?

“Well organised” – Lea & Marcel
“Very nice, thanks” – Andreas & Renee

Guide Summary and Photographs

After some big swells yesterday we were happy to be back out at sea. The sun was shining all day and also the Cape Fur seals did enjoy it. They were laying on the Island sunbathing and some other ones were cooling down in the water of Shark Alley. We also did get to see their natural predator the Great White shark, which is one of the apex predators in our oceans.

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