Guest Blog 28 June 2009

Breaching humpback whale, orca, grizzly bear and icebergs and calving glaciers in Tracey Arm, southeast Alaska
Dog’s bollocks (which means fantastic just in case you are not familiar with UK vernacular). Wow factor was unbelievable. I have a smile all across my face. But I lost my mask.  Suzi
Kayaking amongst bergie bits chasing seals to no avail (my day in Tracey Arm). Mark
I was the king of the castle on the best of the icebergs and then everyone came and played on my iceberg  (kingdom)  (I really did have the best iceberg).  Simon
Next time Captain Mike should not play Titanic music in the lounge as we are entering the iceberg field. Russell.
Speechless actually. It’s the best day ever. Jackie
Aujourd’hui j’etais dans la peau d’un phoque pres du glacier…absolument fantastique!  Olivia
bleu vert dans l’eau sur terre et dans le ciel.  un paysage a couper le souffle! Nathalie
It was a magical day!  Michelle
We learned from our British friends that “b******s” was a bad word,  but the term “the dog’s b******s” referred to something stupendous. Today was definitely the dog’s b*****s!!  Carol
Today I earned my crew t-shirt when I spotted a grizzly bear walking  down the beach. I don’t know if the bear was a male or female but I do know that Captain Mike owes me a t-shirt!!  Ute
Hier ist Hansi, Stefan und Juergen, der Alaska – Trip ist kaum noch zu  toppen. Es ist alles OK. Wir haben erst vier Tage auf der Nautilus Explorer zugebracht und fuehlen uns rund rum sehr wohl. Die Versorgung ist ausgezeichnet. Die Mannschaft und das Schiff  haben unsere Vorstellung voll erfuellt. Es passt alles – ueber und auch unter Wasser – Top. Diese Tour ist einfach Spitze.

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