Humpback whales a plenty! We have been spoilt this week with sightings on “these angels of the sea” Our skipper Mario is enjoying the sight of 6 Humpback whales which had encircled the boat, giving our clients a 360 degree spectacular close encounter.
“Picture of the day” On our 07h30 whale watching trip we were fortunate to find 3 humpback whales ± 8 kilometers off Beacon Island. We followed these animals for ± 1 kilometer, heading due south. On returning into the bay we encountered ± 15 Bottlenose dolphins playing in the surf of the River Mouth. READ MORE
“Picture of the day” On our 09h30 boat trip we were fortunate to find 4 Humpback whales. Our guests were kept entertained for 30 minutes with whales breaching ± 30 meters from the boat and playing on the surface. We will be running whale watching trips throughout December and January.
“Picture of the day” Ocean Blue’s mother vessel Damara out on a whale watching trip with 34 guests and 3 crew. We had 4 Humpback whales on this trip. We will be running whale watching trips, marine bay cruises and seal trips throughout the month of December and January. Please contact us for specials on READ MORE
“Picture of the day” On our 09h30 trip today we were lucky enough to encounter 11 Humpback whales and 2 Brydes whales. Ocean Blue is going to offer whale watching trips right throughout December due to the fact that the Humpback migration south is a lot later than normal.
“Picture of the day” Humpback whales spotted off Nature’s Valley heading towards Plettenberg Bay. Two Brydes whales were also spotted off Keurbooms Village feeding on a patch of baitfish. With these south easterly winds blowing lots of baitfish has moved into our bay following clean, nutrient rich water.
“Picture of the day” We had another great day of whale watching in Plettenberg Bay. ± 20 Humpback whales were spotted on our 12h00 and 14h30 trip yesterday. Interesting fact: 3 Humpback whales have been radio tagged off the Comores. If you would like to monitor their movements pass the South African coastline, log onto READ MORE
“Picture of the day” At last our Humpback whales have started their southerly migration. On Tuesday we spotted ± 20 Humpback whales off Keurbooms village and the Point of Robberg. Guests were kept entertained with many whales breaching and spectacular sights of tail flukes during their trip.
“Picture of the day” On our 09h30 boat trip we had a Southern Right whale heading south. We should still see the odd Southern Right whale coming past. After leaving this whale we headed further south to the Point of Robberg and encountered a couple of Humpback whales.