Last day in Antarctica

Friday, 22 February

Tomorrow we head north across Drake’s Passage toward Ushuaia. Today has been our last, absorbing the sights and sounds of Antarctica. On beaches and headlands we have seen more than twenty seals, stately Weddell’s and frisky Fur seals, of which this is a good example. The rule is that you shouldn’t get closer than thirty feet- good advice.

The forecast is for reasonable weather, so hopefully we will not encounter the 50 knots we saw on the voyage down. Stay posted…

Team Xplore

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Fur Seal

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