- Conservation & Community, Encounters, Sightings, Whales

During our whale watching tours we endeavour to collect any potential dangers to the marine life and boats in our area.

In the picture, our crew displays some of the ‘flotsam’ collected in the past weeks, including hundreds of metres of binding tape, rope, buoys and plastic container.Southern Right Charters crew

October’s marine life sightings with Southern Right Charters

Southern Right Whale Breach

Guests on board ‘Miroshca’ have, over the past few months had the chance to observe the Southern Right whales as they relax, mate and play in their home waters.With much speculation that the numbers of whales in the Bay this year are less, we have not seen a significant increase or decrease in numbers in comparison to last year’s sightings.

Southern Right Charters Achieves higher BEE Rating

SANAS  B-BBEE Verification Certificate

This October Southern Right Charters received its annual, updated B-BBEE Verification Certificate. Achieving Level 3 recognition & increasing in procurement recognition to 110%.

2 Responses to “Southern Right Charters October Update – Ongoing Ocean Clean Up”

  1. Stéphanie

    Be blessed for what you are doing, because as you said “Observing not Disturbing” and by the same time you are cleaning the ocean!!! Big big up to all the crew.
    Stéphanie from France.

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