Sailing in the bay of Cape Adare. Usually this bay is blocked by ice, but this season it was clear and we could go in.
The bay of Cape Adare was surrounded by mountains and glaciers.
Adele penguins swimming in the bay. They frequently jump out of the water as the swim.
A Weddell seal
The chicks have to loose all their down feather before they can swim in the sea.
Borchgrevink’s party were the first to spend a winter in Antarctica. Their well built Norweigan huts, the first buildings ever built in Antarctica, are still standing today.
The stove inside Borchgrevink’s hut.
The other side of the huts. The roof of one hut has collapsed, but the other one has been repaired.