13 January 2016

After a no sea day it is always a joy to be back on Dream Catcher...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, January 13 2016

13 January 2016

Guide Summary and Photographs

After a no sea day it is always a joy to be back on Dream Catcher. We were cruising along the coast towards Dyer Island, where we got to see a lot of different sea birds. One of them was a Giant Petrel, it was busy feeding on a dead animal as we approached. Arrived at Geyser Rock we watched the Cape Fur seal, they were chilling on the ship wreck of the Prince Port and some others were happy playing in the water.

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Written by Sandra Hoerbst

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