12 & 13 June 2016

Two great days out at sea!

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, June 13 2016

12 & 13 June 2016

Guide Summary and Photographs

Two great days out at sea! On the 12th of June it was quiet in the bay, unfortunately we didn’t get to see a single blow. On the way to Pearly Beach we came across thousands of Cape cormorants, they were on their way back to Dyer Island. Which was also our next stop on our cruise. While slowly cruising through the Alley we watched the seals playing with each other in the water but also cooling themselves down. And not to forget about the Great White shark we saw.

Today on the 13th it was overcast, but this didn’t affect us at all. We were slowly heading along the coast to see what we can find. As every day we stopped by the Cape Fur seal colony and after that we visited Marine Dynamics where we saw a Great White shark. While heading towards Kleinbaai, Kira spotted a blow, but as soon as we stopped and had a look around the whale was gone. But we were lucky and spotted another one on the way, we stopped again and got to see a Bryde’s whale.

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