Our trip this morning started out with a beautiful encounter with Bronze Whaler sharks at our sister company after which we headed off to see if we could find some whales. Not long after, we spotted our first Southern Right whales; a mom and juvenile pair and then another pair was spotted. This time we had a pair that were quite unique to watch, the mom being brindle in colouration is a rare occurrence due to brindle whales only making up 4% of the population with most of them being born male. After spending time with these phenomenal animals, we headed off to shark alley where we enjoyed the acrobatics of the Cape Fur seal colony that were visited by an African Penguin guest. The Bronze whaler sharks and Southern Right whales were out and about today, having been seen on all our trips while a Great White shark made an exciting appearance, lurking under the water on our last trip of the day.