Guide Summary and Photographs
On this beautiful Friday, we made our way from Kleinbaai harbour to the shallows. Not even five minutes into our second trip, we came across a raft of penguins, who seemed very relaxed and allowed us to appreciate them for a little while.
We then stopped at our sister company Marine Dynamics shark cage diving vessel, Slashfin, to spot some amazing Bronze Whaler sharks, also known as Copper Sharks. There we also got to see a short-tail stingray, one of the largest stingray species in the world, who came super close to our boat.
We continued our journey towards Dyer Island, where we saw a giant petrel relaxing on the water before taking off. What a treat!
Calm waters allowed us to get close to the island where we caught up with our endangered little friends, the African Penguins.
Opposite Dyer Island, on Geyser rock we got to see (and smell) our Cape Fur seals, making our way through famous Shark Alley. Quite a few of them were cooling down in the water and the little puppies were playing around.
What a great start to this weekend, thanks to everyone for joining our marine adventure!
Our Cape Fur Seals enjoying the sun!
Relaxation Mode on!
How cute are these puppies!
The short tail Stingray is the largest stingray we get in our area!
The shark cage divers from our sister company Marine Dynamics enjoying the copper sharks
That famous dorsal fin cutting through the water
Giant Petrel enjoying the calm waters
Our African Penguins on Dyer Island