13 January 2015

Although it was drizzling a bit, we had an exciting trip...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, January 13 2015

13 January 2015

Guide Summary and Photographs

Although it was drizzling a bit, we had an exciting trip. Shortly after launching from the harbour we arrived at our sister company Marine Dynamics and we got to see a Great White shark. After stopping at their vessel Slashfin we were heading to Dyer Island as we were looking for some African penguins. Arrived at the Island we first saw  thousands of Cape cormorants flying back to their home, they probably have been fishing in the deeper ocean. We also got to see lots of Cape Fur seals relaxing on Geyser Rock.

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