2 May 2016

A perfect start into the new week as well as to be out on the ocean...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, May 2 2016

2 May 2016

Guide Summary and Photographs

A perfect start into the new week as well as to be out on the ocean. The sky was almost clear only a few clouds over the mainland. We launched at 10 o’clock from the Kleinbaai harbour and heading straight towards Uilenkraalsmond. We were cruising alongside our beautiful coastline looking out for dolphins. Before stopping at the shark cage diving vessels we decided to head straight to Dyer Island were we saw some African penguins sitting in the shelter of some rocks. Afterwards we were heading into the world famous waters of Shark Alley. Cruising through the Alley we watched some Cape Fur seals playing in the water and some other just chilling on Geyser Rock and enjoying the sun. On our way back we stopped at our sister company Marine Dynamics to see a Great white shark, which we did. We all had a great time out at sea and looking forwards to have another great trip in our bay.

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