Daily Trip Update, 21 December 2019

Written by December 22 2019

Daily Trip Update, 21 December 2019

We started the morning off with some beautiful views of our Bronze Whaler shark around the shark cage diving vessels after which we spent some time in the deeper water scouting for any indication of whales. With some quiet waters out in the deep, we headed to see our seal colony on Geyser Rock and as always they were filled with energy; jumping in and out of the water and being playful around the boat. Our African Penguin colony was taking in the sunshine on Dyer island and we got some great sightings of them. Our trip back to the harbour was relaxed as everyone enjoyed the ride back, having seen 3 of our Marine Big 5.

A good look at the Bronze Whaler Shark

Our sister company out shark cage diving

The Prince Port

Our Cape fur Seals enjoying the sun



a happy face

Jumping seals!

A group of our endangered African Penguin

Some White Breasted Cormorants on Dyer Island

Some of the Penguins and a Little Egret flying overhead

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