28 August 2015

This morning we were launching early because of the tide and our small harbour in Kleinbaai...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, August 28 2015

28 August 2015

Guide Summary and Photographs

This morning we were launching early because of the tide and our small harbour in Kleinbaai. But it was definitely worth it to get up so early, we did get to see a beautiful sunrise and a breaching whale on our first trip. On both trips for the day we did had a close approach by one of the beautiful Southern Right whales. As the sun was shining the whole time, most of the Cape Fur seals were in the water to cool down a little bit. On our way back to the harbour we did cruise closer to Dyer Island to see some of the African Penguins who live there. Looking forward to another nice day tomorrow.

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