04 December 2013

It was a nice day out on the water as we made our way to Pearly Beach...

Written by Marine Volunteer, December 5 2013

04 December 2013

Guide Summary and Photographs

It was a nice day out on the water as we made our way to Pearly Beach. We were lucky enough to see 8 different Southern Right whales throughout the trip with lots of activity including breaching and tail slapping! Next stop was Geyser rock for the Cape Fur seals who are always a fun sight, playing and fighting in the water and on land. The smooth trip back to the harbour was the end to yet another fantastic trip on Whale Whisperer… – Mikael Johansson (Marine Volunteer)

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