23rd June 2015- It is that time of year again when we are joined for a couple of days by the Ulovane students who are on a marine guide course. They were treated to a presentation on Monday evening on the incredible marine life of Algoa Bay and as if the bay felt like it had to live up to expectations it provided a completely magnificent display of wildlife on Tuesday morning. We encountered multiple humpback whales breaching and fin slapping, albatrosses and shearwaters as well as gannets, penguins, terns, cormorants. And then just as we were about to head back to shore.. over a thousand common dolphins charging through the water towards us! Click here to check out more of our latest sightings and take a look at our photos!
Whale Watching in South Africa with Raggy Charters
Welcome to Raggy Charters in combination with the Baywatch Marine Conservation Project, offering expertly guided whale watching, dolphin watching and African penguin watching cruises in South Africa. Raggy Charters are the only licensed boat-based whale and dolphin watching permit holder in Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Looking for accommodation during your visit to Port Elizabeth? Stay with the Raggy Charters team out in the coastal village of Seaview, with beautiful beach/ocean views from every room. Receive 20% off your accommodation if you join us for an ocean safari!
Book a Penguin Patrol day out if you are as mad about penguins as we are and want to help save them!
Or book a Big 7 tour to see all the natural wildlife South Africa has to offer both at sea and on land!
Please note that sea sickness tablets are recommended for all boat cruises!
Almost all boat cruises are personally led by knowledgeable conservationist, wildlife educator and marine safari specialist Lloyd Edwards, who comes highly recommended by the BBC as your tour guide around the Port Elizabeth coast. Read more about the BBCs work in Port Elizabeth with Lloyd Edwards.
Please feel free to book via email, as they will all be personally responded to in order to suit your needs.