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After two no sea days due to some bad sea conditions it was amazing to be back out on our vessel ‘Dream Catcher’.

While slowly cruising along the shallows we encountered one of the Indian Ocean Humpback dolphins we see in the bay every now and then. The dolphin was super relaxed around us and approached our boat a few times before we headed to our sister company to see a Great White shark.

Later on we also had a look at the Cape Fur seal colony on Geyser Rock and spotted some African penguins on Dyer Island. As it was such a nice day out in the bay we drove further out behind Geyser Rock to see what else we can find and we found some more of the endangered African penguins.

What a great day.









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