17 September 2015

Just after launching from the harbour we did spot our first whale...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, September 17 2015

17 September 2015

Guide Summary and Photographs

Just after launching from the harbour we did spot our first whale. We stopped there for a few minutes and then we were heading towards Pearly Beach to find some more Southern Right whales. On the way to the whales we passed our sister company Marine Dynamics where we did see a Great White shark passing their vessel. Arrived in Pearly Beach we spotted a brindle calf with its mother, what a beautiful whale. Further we did encounter another two calves and their mothers. On the way back to Kleinbaai we were cruising through Shark Alley, watching the Cape Fur seals and have a look at some birds flying away and back to Dyer Island.

 

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