26 October 2016 | Whale Watch Tours

Today we've been once lucky again and spotted some Southern Right whales...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, October 27 2016

26 October 2016 | Whale Watch Tours

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We have been lucky again and spotted some Southern Right whales.

Today we found two different mother’s with their baby’s close to Danger Point. As always we have approached the animals slowly so they have been very relaxed around our vessel Dream Catcher.

On all out trips we were cruising through the world famous waters of Shark Alley to pay a visit to the Cape Fur seal colony on Geyser Rock. Slowly but surely we see more and more of the big bulls which is a sign the mating season for the Cape Fur seals will starts soon.

We also made a stop closer to Dyer Island to see some endangered  African penguins.
To see a Great White shark we stopped at our sister company Marine Dynamics, who offer the shark cage diving.

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