25 September 2014

The did start without wind and calm a calm sea, but during the day the wind speed picked up...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, September 25 2014

25 September 2014

Guide Summary and Photographs

The did start without wind and calm a calm sea, but during the day the wind speed picked up. The brindle calf from yesterday was chilling out with her mother in the Pearly Beach area. We also found a active mating group in the Pearly Beach area. On our last trip we found a half brindle calf with her mother around Dyer Island and Geyser Rock, after having a look at the African Penguins. We spend a while with them because they were so relaxed around our vessel. The calf also came close and had a look at us. On our way we also stopped at Marine Dynamics, our sister company to have a look at the Great White shark. What are we going to see tomorrow?














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