11 August 2015

What an exciting day!

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, August 11 2015

11 August 2015

Guide Summary and Photographs

 What an exciting day! On our first trip we came around Danger Point, where we found a small mating group. One of the males had white patches all over the back, we did recognise him from last year. The other two trips we had on our vessel Calypso. We were heading with Calypso to Pearly Beach, where we found three adults traveling along the bay and a mother with her tiny calf. Around our sister company Marine Dynamics we saw some Great White sharks and a beautiful Giant petrel. On our last trip just outside of the harbour we came across thousands on Cape Cormorant, impressive to see them.

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