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It was a perfect day to spend be out at sea. We cruised along the coast line and we were lucky and spotted a pod of the Indian Ocean Humpback dolphins. We haven’t seen them in a while, so it’s great to know they are back in the bay. We counted 5 adults and 2 juveniles in the pod, some of the dolphins we encountered are already in our catalogue and it’s great to see them back in our area.

In the same area along the coast we also spotted in total three free swimming Great White sharks. As we arrived at Dyer Island we saw some African penguins sitting on the rocks of Dyer Island. We also passed the Cape Fur seals in the world famous Shark Alley.







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