Low tide at Geyser Rock.
We had lots of seals enjoying a nap on the Prince Port.
Look how snuggly!
A baby blue behind the island.
Slowly travelling along.
Look at the blow!
We got lucky to have a tail coming up right next to the boat.
This was a competitive pod, so we also had some rolling around.
Can you see the silhouette of the Great White shark? Sharks often come to the bottom of our vessel to have a look around!
This was a juvenile Great White shark, and through the clear water we were given amazing views.
On the second tour, we had a really active Great White shark about.
Two Southern Right whales travelling along, we believed them to be two single adults.
Southern Right whales have a very distinct V-shaped blow.
These whales were super relaxed, travelling along next to us.
Here, you can make out the v-shape.
When we caught up with the whales, we were heading into deeper water.
A bit of tail on the other whales head.
Capturing memories, but looking with the eyes first.
A seal having a shake.
Look at that surf.
African penguins relaxing on Dyer Island