Since the ship has an open bridge policy, the bridge is a great place for bird watching.
Probably the most common sea bird seen was the Pintado Petrel (which is also known as the Cape Petrel). These are very pretty birds with a boldly patterned top side and a nearly white bottom side.
Probably the second most common sea bird seen was the Giant Petrel.
We also saw an occasional Black-browed Albatross. These birds have a wingspan around 7 feet.
End of the day