We started our afternoon whale watching with a humpback whale - the same whale we have been seeing the past week as we could see from the unique markings on the underside of its tail.
Next we had a fin whale, which to our surprise started feeding on small patches of krill at the surface. We could see the whale turning on its side and skimming along the surface with its mouth open to take in the krill.
Seabirds were also taking advantage by diving down to pick some of the
krill up from the surface. We ended the day nice with a small group of curious bottlenose dolphins just before arriving back to the marina.
Photos by Miranda van der Linde & David Rodrigues
Fin whale open mouth underwater
Humpback whale tail
View from the catamanan