17 November 2014

Shortly after leaving the harbour thousands of the Cape cormorants did cross our way towards Pearly Beach...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, November 17 2014

17 November 2014

Guide Summary and Photographs

Shortly after leaving the harbour thousands of the Cape cormorants did cross our way towards Pearly Beach. On our way again to the Whales we stopped at our sister company Marine Dynamics to see a Great White shark. Arrived in Pearly Beach we  spotted three different mother-calf pairs. The calves are getting bigger and stronger, because soon is the time for them to move back to the Sub-Antarctic regions. On the way back towards the Kleinbaai harbour we were cruising in Shark Alley and had a look at the Cape Fur seals on Geyser Rock. Whales, sharks, seals and thousands of cormorants you could not ask for a better day.

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