Whale and Shark Watching in South Africa
Raggy Charters is a licensed boat-based Whale Watching
permit holder and now also has a permit for Shark Cage Diving
in Port Elizabeth
, South Africa
. The most amazing marine life can be found in the Algoa Bay
, also known as the Bottlenose Dolphin Capital of the World,
this was an initiative of Raggy Charters in 2016.
What to Expect on Sea Cruises
African Penguins, Bottlenose Dolphins, Common Dolphins, Humpback Dolphins, Bryde’s Whales, Minke Whales, Southern Right Whales, Humpback Whales, Cape Fur Seals, various species of sharks (Great White Shark), Cape Gannets and various species of Pelagic Birds including Terns, Petrels, Skuas, Shearwaters and Albatrosses can be found in the Algoa Bay.
16th June 2021 Dylan Walker CEO of World Cetacean Alliance:
"We are thrilled to announce that Algoa Bay, South Africa, has become the world's fifth Whale Heritage Site and the second in South Africa, following in the footsteps of The Bluff, Durban.
Huge congratulations must go to WCA partners Lloyd Edwards, Jake Keeton and Karen Keeton of Raggy Charters and the Baywatch Project for their tireless efforts over many years working in collaboration with many other people to protect Algoa Bay and its cetaceans, penguins, sharks, and other marine life."
BAYWATCH conservation PROJECTS THAT NEED YOUR HELP!
STS Bunkering - save our Endangered African Penguins PROJECT
ALGOA BAY OIL SPILL HOTLINE
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No more Ropes – Save our Whales! Please sign our petition
Click a picture to read more about the entanglement project:
RAGGY CHARTERS' LIVE SHARK PROJECT
Raggy Charters' Accreditations