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On our two whale watching tours today we had some swells to contend with.

On the first tour the passengers were lucky enough to see a Bryde’s whale. It was traveling and was not the easiest whale to see. Often these species are found traveling either alone or in small groups. Bryde’s whales tend to move in irregular patterns and changes direction for no particular reason, making their it difficult to follow their movement. Sadly, our second tour passengers did not see any whales.

On both tours we got to see the incredible Cape Fur seal colony at Geyser Rock, and also got to see Great White sharks at our sister company Marine Dynamics. On the second tour the shark we saw was particularly active and gave us an incredible look. On the first tour we also saw one African penguin.







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