18 December 2014

The day did start with a sky full of clouds, but during the day the sun came out...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, December 18 2014

18 December 2014

Guide Summary and Photographs

The day did start with a sky full of clouds, but during the day the sun came out. We saw many different sea birds around Dyer Island and along our cruise. We spotted two juvenile and two adult African penguins on the way to Pearly Beach. We spotted some Bryde’s whale today, they were actually really friendly and were relaxed around our vessel. After busy watching the interesting Bryde’s whale, we headed towards Geyser Rock to see all the Cape Fur seals. What an awesome day out at sea.

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