31 October 2015

Today was just as amazing as yesterday, we were super lucky to spot the two orcas again...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, October 31 2015

31 October 2015

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Today was just as amazing as yesterday, we were super lucky to spot the two orcas again. After launching from the harbour we spotted four Southern Right whales in the bay, two mothers and their calves. One pair was a bit shy and they moved off, the other one was really relaxed around our vessel. They also approached our vessel quite close and were spy hopping several times. After busy watching them we passed our sister company Marine Dynamics to see a Great White shark. After seeing a shark we cruised to Geyser Rock to see some of the Cape Fur seals on the Rock and in Shark Alley. Just after leaving the Alley our wildlife spotter Kira spotted the two orcas from yesterday again. All of us were just as excited as yesterday, we are unbelievable lucky!














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Written by Sandra Hoerbst

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