Today is has been marvellous weather, as usual in NE-Greenland. The guides have been giving lectures on different topics and different languages, as German and English. Olav and Bjarki also had an un-formal discussion about the Norwegian annexation of a part of NE-Greenland, named "Eirik den raudes land".
Most of the day we have been following the edge of the pack-ice. We saw flocks of seals, a whale blowing in the distance, polar bear tracks on the ice flow and a few birds.
At the end of the day we finally turned the ship westwards towards the coast of NE Greenland. At the moment we are south of Bontekoe Ø heading for Myggbukta where we will make a landing tomorrow to stretch our legs.