23 November 2013

The skies were sunny, the waters were choppy and although we all got a bit wet, the sea did not disappoint...

Written by Marine Volunteer, November 23 2013

23 November 2013

Guide Summary and Photographs

The skies were sunny, the waters were choppy and although we all got a bit wet, the sea did not disappoint! Pods of Bottlenose dolphins and a flock of Cape cormorants seemed to follow the boat wherever we went. The Southern Right whale calves are getting bigger and much more active, we were treated to spy-hopping, breaching and of course a beautiful whale tail! Great White sharks, African penguins and Cape Fur seals completed the Marine Big 5 and everyone was overjoyed with their photos! Hopefully all the cameras stayed dry… – Laura Stukus (Marine Volunteer)

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