22 November 2015

After two no sea days we were lucky to launch again...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, November 22 2015

22 November 2015

Guide Summary and Photographs

After two no sea days we were lucky to launch again. While slowly cruising trought the bay, Kira our amazing wildlife spotter spotted some Bottlenose dolphins. We did soend quite a while with the dolphins, while they were busy catching fish. After seeing the dolphins we were heading to our sister company Marine Dynamics to see a Great White shark. We also got to see a stingray around their vessel Slashfin. Before heading back to the harbour we went to Geyser Rock, just behind Dyer Island to have a look at the Cape Fur seals, the most favourite pray for the Great White sharks.

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