Daily Trip Update, 17 November 2019

Written by November 17 2019

Daily Trip Update, 17 November 2019

An amazing day full of great views of our marine animals, our birds were fantastic, a large group of Cape Cormorants aggregated in one area to possibly be chasing after some fish. The Bronze Whaler Sharks were as beautiful as always, swimming around the shark cage diving vessels, we also got a great look at some of our African Penguins on Dyer Island as well as our Cape Fur Seals on Geyser Rock. On the last trip of the day, we had an interesting passenger on board; A Sub Antarctic Skua which needed to be released after being in rehabilitation at the African Penguin and Seabird Sanctuary. This was a lovely way to end the day and we had a great time out on our marine adventure today.

Bronze Whaler Shark

displays from our Cape Cormorants

The flight of Cape Cormorants

The Cape Cormorant

Geyser Rock

Cape Fur Seals

A seal swimming around in the water

A lazy Sunday

The endangered African Penguin

A White Breasted Cormorant on Dyer Island

Two little Penguins that had just come back from fishing

Releasing a Sub Antarctic Skua

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