We are skimming the top edge of the Scotia Sea on our way from the Falkland Islands to South Georgia. The day was grey and rainy, which made seabird and whale watching a little difficult from the decks. The brave ones made it out, though, and were rewarded (see below). As we move east-southeast we are getting closer to the Antarctic convergence and hour by hour the air is getting chillier. Tomorrow we might see our first ice at sea, as we pass by Shag Rocks and pass over the Antarctic convergence, where warmer waters to the north meet the icy waters of the Last Continent.