28 September 2014

A quite strong wind was blowing from east today...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, September 28 2014

28 September 2014

Guide Summary and Photographs

 

A quite strong wind was blowing from east today. Shortly after launching from the Kleinbaai harbour, we spotted our first Southern Right Whales. Today we had a friendly and curious  female, she approached our vessel several times and had a closer look at us. We also spotted a mother with her calf in the distance, but we didn’t go closer as we didn’t want to disturb them. On our way towards Shark Alley we crossed a African penguins way and had a look at him, sicking his head out of the water. All the Cape Fur seals from Geyser Rock were laying around peacefully. What a nice day!

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