12 September 2016 | Whale Watch Tours

The weather was better than the forecast...

Written by Dyer Island Cruises, September 12 2016

12 September 2016 | Whale Watch Tours

Guide Summary and Photographs

Today the weather was definitely better than the initial weather forecast.

The sun was shining, but we experience a chilly breeze from the south. We spotted a single Southern Right whale at the end of Pearly Beach, chilling in a kelp forest. The whale was spy-hopping a few times for us before he moved off.

After seeing such a beautiful animal in its natural habitat, we cruised to the world famous Shark Alley. A lot of the Cape Fur seals were chilling on the little island named Geyser Rock. We also passed our sister company Marine Dynamics to see a Great White shark.

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