The Southern right whales were very close to our base in Kleinbaai today, so on all our tours we had just a short ride out to get to them. There were several mother and juvenile pairs in the bay, so we moved between them and had several different encounters on all our tours. For the first part of the morning we even had the bonus of seeing some lobtailing behaviour, which is when a whale repeatedly slaps its tail on the water. It started with an adult female and the accompanying juvenile soon joined in. We presume it was for communication purposes, especially since after several minutes the two lobtailing whales were suddenly joined at the surface by two other individuals. We also had some really nice sightings of the Cape fur seals on Geyser rock as well as African penguins on and around Dyer Island. As usual the bird activity around here was also great today and we even got in a great sighting of a Northern giant petrel near Dyer Island.