You are viewing near hurricane winds south of the Antarctic Circle. Wind was measured at 60 knots or 69.something MPH.
Turned toward the north the night of 3 February stopping in the early afternoon the next day at an intersection of waterways for peculiar folks to jump into frigid water. There are a total of 175 aboard, and 65 folks took a polar plunge into water that was 31 degrees. Recall this is salt water, so it freezes at 28, not 32. Surprised us we carried so many crazy folks. Almost all of the pictures are landscape, which is the major reason we took the trip. Should you not be so enthralled by snow and ice, you can skip many.
Trip is nearing an end; we likely dock at Ushuaia late tomorrow afternoon and depart the ship the following morning. Anticipate only one more post, which will be of Deception Island.
Final LandscapeThis landscape includes a sailboat. We magnified and looked at the boat closely; looked even smaller than ours, and people sailed it across the Drake! My god, but they obviously are better sailors than us.