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It was partly cloudy day and a light breeze was blowing towards the coast.

On our first trip we had a glimpse of a Humpback dolphin, but the dolphin disappeared quickly. On all the trips we stopped by our sister company’s vessel ‘Slashfin’ to see Great White sharks. We also had a look at the shark’s favourite meal the Cape Fur seals and spotted African penguins on Dyer Island.

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