The open sea section was a little choppy but my sea legs held up. Saw so many albatrosses yesterday, a few minke whales and a seal.
We propped the cabin door open last night to keep the cabin cool and I slept like a log.
A lot brighter today and went ashore to look around a fishing village.
More minke whales and albatrosses, with a couple if seals thrown in.
After lunch we sailed past the Pia glacier, the largest in the southern hemisphere. It is one of the few glaciers in the world which is still advancing, at a rate of 500m a year.