A Cape Fur Seal lounging about.
A Great White Shark leaping out the water.
A good look at the face of this misunderstood predator.
We were very lucky to have such great shark sightings!
A close encounter with some Southern Right Whales.
These whales are known for moving slowly along, which is why they were considered the right whales to hunt.
They are also one of very few whale species in the world without a dorsal fin.
Shaking it off.
Watching our Cape Fur Seal colony.
jumping seals are the best seals.
Caught in the act.
Self acre on the keel of the Prince Port.
Indian Ocean Humpback Dolphins travelling along.
It’s always great to have a pod of these animals moving through. There are said to be less than 500 left off the east coast of South Africa.
A Humpback Whale travelling along.
It’s always great to find 2 whales travelling together.
Look at the face of this Great White Shark!
This was a very big individual.
Summer the Indian Ocean Humpback Dolphin from the first tour of the day.
A beautiful African Penguin in calm waters.
We had so much fun watching this little guy.
Often when these penguins are found alone, they’re a little shy.
One more look at the penguin.
Some beautiful Humpback Whales travelling by.
We often see pairs of Humpback Whales travelling along together.
Some beautiful tail action.
This whale has a beautiful white underside to its tail.