Today many of our passengers had the chance to prove to themselves how good their sea legs were. A rough Drake greeted us in the early morning hours, and while taking our breakfast the waves were cleaning the windows of the dining room. This means their height was about 7 meters, because there were reaching deck 4. In other words, we were in a small storm, level 9 on the Beaufort scale. Luckily enough, the rough sea declined during the day and most of the ones who were invited to the bridge visits could attend.
During the day, and especially during afternoon, the sky cleared up many times, and thanks the persisting relatively strong winds, our loyal companions the petrels and the albatrosses showed us the way north. It was a perfect day for bird watching on the outer decks us you can see from the following pictures provided by our resident photographer Dom.