24 August 2014

Today the sun was shining the whole day

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, August 24 2014

24 August 2014

Guide Summary and Photographs

Today the sun was shining the whole day. On our way to Pearly Beach we spotted a mother with a new born calf. It is the first new born Southern Right Whale calf we have seen this year.  The calf looks so tiny beside her big mother, it is always nice to see mother calf pairs. Today we saw many Cape Fur seals playing with each other in Shark Alley. On our way back we stopped at our sister company Marine Dynamics to see some great White sharks. It was a great time out at sea with all the beautiful animals.

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