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The last day of 2015 was just as exciting as the whole year. We had Indo-Pacific Humpbac dolphins in the bay. They were relaxed around our vessel and approached us several times. We also saw a Great White shark cruising along the coast as well as another one around the Shark cage diving vessels. Arrived in Shark Alley, we saw that Geyser Rock was quite empty, most of the Cape Fur seals have gone out for fishing, but we still had enough Cape Fur seals on the Island to see and take some nice photos. Happy new year everyone.







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