This was a very special day as well as we saw our first Wandering Albatrosses of the trip, a species which has one of the longest wingspans of any bird at about 3.5 metres. Like most albtrosses, this species is endangered because of high mortality on long-lines set to catch Patagonian Toothfish.
At the end of the day, yet another red sunset was made particularly special by a beautiful rainbow that appeared over the ship.
We are presently at the latitude of 44 degrees South and still have 430 nautical miles to do before we reach the Falklands/Malvinas islands on Friday morning. We can't wait!