There are few words that describe the exhilaration we felt after today’s tours out on the water. We had 3 mother and juvenile pairs of Southern right whales close to our harbour in Kleinbaai, so we had some really fantastic encounters with them, as well as the other marine species in the Dyer Island ecosystem. We encountered these whales, bronze whaler sharks, African penguins and Cape fur seals on all 3 trips today. Each trip was quite different, with very lucky sightings on each one. On the first trip we got to see one of the juvenile Southern right whales breaching multiple times. On the second trip we saw a Bronze whaler shark leaping out of the water. On the third trip we were very lucky to have a very playful and curious boat hanging around our boat. This young whale was playing with seaweed, rolling around while flexing its body and even coming with its head up and mouth open. We could gaze right into the mouth of this whale and see its pink tongue. All our passengers and crew aboard today felt very lucky to have such once in a lifetime experiences.