Today will be a day at sea as we begin our crossing to South Georgia from the Antarctic peninsula.

The weather is best described as inclement, with various degrees of overcast, clouds, rain, winds, and thick fog. No bother, as this is chance to relax, look at photos, visit the Global Gallery, or even have a ship nap. The wellness specialists are fully booked for massages today, and the bird nerds are on the bridge ticking off a variety of pelagic species.

In the afternoon, we stopped to view an enormous tabular iceberg that is slowly moving to the northeast. A23a is a large tabular iceberg which came from the Filchner–Ronne Ice Shelf in 1986. Its area is about 1,500 sq mi, which makes it one of the largest icebergs in the world.