18 January 2017 | Marine Safari

It was a nice calm day out at sea...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, January 18 2017

18 January 2017 | Marine Safari

Guide Summary and Photographs

It was a nice calm day out at sea.

Shortly after leaving Kleinbaai harbour we slowly cruised along the coast towards the shark cage diving vessels, where we stopped at our sister company Marine Dynamics.  After experiencing these amazing  predators in all their glory we were moved further along the coast before changing course in the direction of Dyer Island. As we got closer to the island we spotted some African penguins, cormorants and a Giant Petrel, as well as a few other seabird species. We were also traveled through the world famous waters of Shark Alley to see the Cape Fur seal colony.

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