23 August 2014

It is nice to be back on the boat after a few no sea days...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, August 23 2014

23 August 2014

Guide Summary and Photographs

It is nice to be back on the boat after a few no sea days. We found a friendly sub adult Southern Right Whale in front of Franskraal. We headed also towards the Pearly Beach area where we found some mating groups and more active whales. On our way to Dyer Island we spotted a juvenile African penguin in the water. Many Cape Fur seals were playing in Shark Alley today, where are the sharks? On the way back home we passed the shark cage diving vessels and found one Great White shark hanging around the boat. What a lovely day!

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