5 October 2015

Although the wind was blowing in the morning we had amazing sightings of marine wildlife...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, October 5 2015

5 October 2015

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Although the wind was blowing in the morning we had amazing sightings of marine wildlife. In the morning we were busy watching a mother with her calf close to our vessel Dream Catcher, when of a sudden another calf started breaching a bit further off.  In total we managed to see four different mothers with their calves today. We also spotted a Great White shark swimming close to our vessel and on the second trip we managed to see a shark around Slashfin, the Shark cage diving vessel from our sister company. Just before heading to Shark Alley we had a look at the African penguins on Dyer Island. The seals on Geyser Rock were quite lazy today, most of them were sleeping  and enjoying the sun.

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