10 August 2015

The day did begin with a beautiful sunrise and did end with a awesome sunset over Danger Point...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, August 11 2015

10 August 2015

Guide Summary and Photographs

The day did begin with a beautiful sunrise and did end with a awesome sunset over Danger Point. On today’s trips we found a mating group in the Pearly Beach area. They were active for a long time, but we could not find them on our last trip. But then we had an entertaining Southern Right Whale, the whale was breaching for us several times in a row. We were cruising through the Alley and watching all the Cape Fur seals and suddenly nearly all of them started running towards the water. We did also spot African penguins and Great White sharks. After a lovely day at sea, the crew took the boat around Danger Point so we could launch from Gansbaai this morning due to low tide.

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