31 August 2014

Today we had a lot of sunshine again...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, August 31 2014

31 August 2014

Guide Summary and Photographs

Today we had a lot of sunshine again. After leaving the harbour we were heading towards the Pearly Beach area to find some whales. Arrived in the area we found mating groups of the Southern Right whales. Some of these groups were busy mating others were more relaxed and having a break before picking up the action again. We also spotted a brindle whale, before we were heading towards Dyer Island and Geyser Rock to see the Cape Fur seals playing in Shark Alley. We also stopped at the shark cage diving vessels in the shallows, to see a Great White shark. On our last trip for the day, we saw thousands of cormorants on our way to Pearly Beach. We had a nice day out at sea.

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