Today was another ridiculously great day in South Georgia. We arrived under a rainbow into Ocean Harbour, home to the remains of another whaling station and the wreck of the Bayard. Those of us in need of a leg stretch managed to get up and enjoy waterfalls and stunning mountain vistas. The views from down below were equally as spectacular with playful fur seal pups, old machinery, and up-close views of the Bayard.

During our afternoon reposition, the wind picked up. We were a little nervous that our afternoon plans might be disrupted. After a little hold up by a pair of southern right whales, the winds died, and the seas flattened. This allowed for an incredible landing alongside 130,000 king penguins at St Andrews Bay.