Today we had some more amazing encounters with Southern right whales. Although the morning started off misty, it gave a bit of a mysterious feeling to our tour. A bit of wind during the day also added to the mood and meant that the whales were particularly active, as we often notice when the wind picks up. On one of our trips we had a very active pair of whales that were repeatedly spyhopping, raising their heads out of the water and once even approaching us. On the other two trips the whales were breaching, which meant that they were leaping out of the water. At the end of the day we were even lucky to see a mother and juvenile leap out of the water together. Bronze whaler sharks were also seen on all our trips, as were the Cape fur seals and African penguins. Everyone aboard today was really happy with their marine adventure in the Dyer Island ecosystem.