17 October 2014

We only had two trips today...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, October 17 2014

17 October 2014

Guide Summary and Photographs

We only had two trips today. The day did start with barely any wind and a calm sea, but soon the wind speed picked up. Throughout the whole day we had different mother and calf pairs in our bay. Some of them were relaxed around our vessel while we were observing their behaviour. On our way back we cruised through Shark Alley and had a look at the Cape Fur seals laying on Geyser Rock. What can we expect tomorrow.

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