26 November 2016 | Whale Watching

Today we had some wind blowing from south east, which made it a little chilled out at sea although the sun was shining...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, November 26 2016

26 November 2016 | Whale Watching

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Today we had some wind blowing from south east, which made it a little chilled out at sea although the sun was shining. On both trips we were lucky and got to see the humpback dolphins. The dolphins ‘Captain Hook’ and her calf ‘Big Z’ approached our vessel on the morning trip but later on they were on their own mission and we just had a glimpse of the dolphins. Unfortunately we didn’t get to see any Southern Right whales today, but we encountered two Humpback whales briefly on the second trip.

Arrived in Shark Alley we had a great look at the Cape Fur seal colony on Geyser Rock. It’s awesome to cruise by this time of the year as we have a lot of pups on the island. On the way back to harbour we stopped by the shark cage diving boats to see a Great White shark.

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