22 February 2016

The weather was just as nice as the last few days, the sun was shining and only a slight breeze blowing...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, February 22 2016

22 February 2016

Guide Summary and Photographs

The weather was just as nice as the last few days, the sun was shining and only a slight breeze blowing. On our way through the bay we stopped at Slashfin our sister company’s vessel. We were lucky and got to see two different Great White sharks. After seeing some amazing shark activity we were heading straight to Dyer Island. There we had a little surprise for our clients, as we had four Cape cormorants on board ready to release. The cormorants have been rehabilitated in our African penguin and seabird sanctuary, now they are healthy again and ready to go back home to Dyer Island. A lot of the Cape Fur seals have been playing in the famous water of Shark Alley. One sea lion was jumping out of the water, while others were just relaxing in the water. We had another special day on our vessel Dream Catcher.

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