10 December 2015

Another amazing day at sea with many animals...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, December 10 2015

10 December 2015

Guide Summary and Photographs

Another amazing day at sea with many active animals. Just after leaving the harbour we did see some Indo-Pacific Humpback dolphins, the same ones we saw in the last few days. We can tell the difference in the individuals by having a look at their dorsal fin, each dolphin has got unique markings. While stopping around our sister company’s vessel we did get to see a small but very active Great White shark. After seeing a shark we were heading towards Dyer Island to see some African penguins, they were hiding well between all the Cape cormorants, but we still get to see them. The Cape Fur seals were playing in the water of Shark Alley, just to cool themselves down as the sun is since this morning.

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