A beautiful start to the day with a calm morning experienced on the bay. The boat made its’ way out of the harbor and towards the shallow area of the bay along Franskraal and Uilkraals in the hopes of encountering some Humpback dolphins. Whilst it was a lovely day for a slow cruise along the coast unfortunately the dolphins appeared to not be in the area.
On towards our sister company, Marine Dynamics vessel Slashfin and we were entertained by a very persistent Short-tail stingray that was seen effortlessly gliding up to the surface.
The Island system was next on the agenda for the day and it was here that we enjoyed the sight of thousands of Cape Fur seals basking in the glorious sun on this lovely Sunday morning. A number of African penguins were spotted leaving Dyer Island around here, a species that can be hard to see on the island, but stunning to see in the water if lucky enough to encounter a raft of them at sea.
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A Short-tail stingray spotted at our sister company, Marine Dynamics
Slashfin out at sea for a shark cage diving trip.
The unfortunate moment a Kelp gull dropped it’s snack back into the sea.
Sunday sleeps and sunshine.
Perfect day for some sun bathing on Geyser Rock for this Cape Fur seal.
Two African penguin making their way out to sea.