21 October 2014

What a good day after a no sea day.

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, October 21 2014

21 October 2014

Guide Summary and Photographs

What a good day after a no sea day. The day began with a friendly Southern Right whale who was spy hopping several times and sailing through the water. We had relaxed whales during the whole day, and it did end with a breaching calf on our way to Dyer Island. On Geyser Rock we found the Cape Fur seals fighting with each other. While cruising towards the Kleinbaai harbour we stopped at our sister company Marine Dynamics, to see a Great White shark.

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