At around 9:00 this morning we glided up the fiord to the village. This was to be a tender port so the fact that the ship remained in the middle did not seem unusual. Then the dreaded announcement from the captain. The winds from the north were funnelled straight down the fiord at over 45 knots causing high swells and it was too dangerous to transfer from the ship to the tenders.
So it became another sea day. We followed the coastline closely for a few hours and got some magnificent views of the mountains and glaciers.I am going to be busy trying to edit all the pictures I took today.
Other than that we just followed our normal sea day routine.