2 November 2014

After two days staying at home it was great to be out at sea again.

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, November 3 2014

2 November 2014

Guide Summary and Photographs

After two days staying at home it was great to be out at sea again. We had lots of whales in our bay today. One little calf was very playful today, she was rolling around and slapping her flippers on to the surface. The other mother and calf pairs were more relaxed around our vessel the Whale Whisperer. After watching the Southern Right Whales we were heading towards Shark Alley to have a look at the thousand Cape Fur seals. What a great day.

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