11 December 2014

Today the sky was covered in clouds, but the weather did not affect our whales today.

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, December 11 2014

11 December 2014

Guide Summary and Photographs

Today the sky was covered in clouds, but the weather did not affect our whales today. Arrived in Pearly Beach we found the same mother with her calf from yesterday, they were quite relaxed around us. Before we made our way back to the harbour we stopped at Dyer Island and Geyser Rock. While cruising through Shark Alley we were watching all the Cape Fur seals. Driving closer to Dyer Island made it possible to see the African penguins sitting on some rocks on the Island.  And not to forget about the Great White shark we saw around Slashfin, the shark cage diving vessel from Marine Dynamics.

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