Daily Trip Update , 13 December 2019

Written by December 15 2019

Daily Trip Update , 13 December 2019

What a fantastic start to the morning with some Flamingos! These birds don’t usually occur here so it a surprise encounter for us to be able to see them meandering along the coast. We headed over to Slashfin to see if we could spot some sharks and the Bronze Whalers did not disappoint. Elegant and beautiful around the cage, we were all treated to a beautiful sight. We carried on the journey with a stop at Geyser Rock. The Cape Fur Seals, as always gave us a show and followed the boat, swam around Shark Alley and lay around on the island. We caught a glimpse of our endangered African Penguin on Dyer Island. Some of our team was busy cleaning some of the pools of water on the island and of course gave us a wave while we were cruising past and out to spot the Penguins. We had a beautiful day out at sea with some awesome sightings, we can not wait to see what the next few days hold.

The amazing views of the Flamingos

In flight

Our beautiful Bronze Whaler

Our guests enjoying the sharks

The new babies on Geyser Rock

Having a swim around Shark Alley

Geyser Rock and its Cape Fur Seals

Our crew hard at work and some Penguins in between

A big aggregation of African Penguins

Some of them a bit closer to the water

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