19 January 2017 | Eco Marine Trip

It was raining this morning, but by the time we launched it stopped and we had a great trip cruising through the bay...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, January 19 2017

19 January 2017 | Eco Marine Trip

Guide Summary and Photographs

The day started out  with a bit of a drizzle, but by the time we launched it had stopped and we had a great trip cruising through the bay. Along the coastline, while heading to the cage diving boats we spotted a Great White shark close to 4 meters. After that, we were heading straight to Dyer Island to see the African penguins. While having a look at tall the Cape Fur seals, resting on top of the rocks we also spotted three African oyster-catchers. Overall we had a good trip out at sea.

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