19 November 2013

Calm waters and sunny skies made for perfect whale watching conditions today...

Written by Marine Volunteer, November 19 2013

19 November 2013

Guide Summary and Photographs

Calm waters and sunny skies made for perfect whale watching conditions today! We managed to spot not only our Southern Right whales approaching the boat to take a look at us but also Bottlenose dolphins, swimming African penguins and two Great White sharks swimming near the boat.  We were also treated to a rare sighting of the Bryde’s whale, not commonly seen on daily excursions. The active seals at Dyer Island always cape off the day with a smile… – Laura Stukus (Marine Volunteer)

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