5 November 2014

Today we launched from Gansbaai harbour this morning...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, November 5 2014

5 November 2014

Guide Summary and Photographs

Today we launched from Gansbaai harbour this morning. The day did begin with a sky full of clouds and rain, but during the day the wind was pushing the clouds away and the sun was shining. We found many mother and calf pairs in Pearly Beach today, most of them were quite relaxed. One mother which we haven’t seen since a while approached us today again. Around Dyer Island we spotted a mother with her calf which we haven’t seen before. Her little calf was playing with a peace of kelp, how cute. The African penguins on Dyer Island were sitting together on the rocks and the Cape Fur seals were laying on their home Geyser Rock. We had another wonderful day out at sea.

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