7 September 2014

It's not easy to find the right words to describe the today’s trip...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, September 7 2014

7 September 2014

Guide Summary and Photographs

 

It’s not easy to find the right words to describe the today’s trip. We launched from Gansbaai harbour and headed towards Dyer Island and Geyser Rock. Today Shark Alley was quite empty, not many Cape Fur seals have been in the water. After having a look at the African penguins on Dyer Island we headed towards Pearly Beach to find some Southern Right whales. The first whales we spotted were quite shy, so we moved off because we don’t want to disturb the whales. The second sighting of the day was amazing! We know this whale already, we call her “Eddy” she is a friendly an curious sub adult female. She was so chilled right next to the boat and had a look at us several times. She approached “Whale Whisperer” so close and was really relaxed. On our way back we stopped at our sister company Marine Dynamics to see the Great White shark. What a breathtaking day!

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