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The day started out with calm sea conditions, but during our first trip first trip a bit of a South-Easterly wind picked up. During our first trip we had a glimpse of a dolphin swimming very close to shore, unfortunately to shallow for us to go closer.

On both trips today we managed to see a Great White shark around our sister company Marine Dynamics. We also visited the Cape Fur Seal colony on Geyser Rock.

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