Under a beautiful multicolored sunrise, National Geographic Sea Lion metaphorically woke up today and started activities. With coffee and fruit at hand, our dedicated guests enjoyed the oncoming sunrise, the quiet of the bay and the great vantages of Santa Margarita Island. Light breezes passed as frigates, cormorants and gulls flew about in a frenzy. Later, after breakfast, several local fishermen from Puerto Chale community took us aboard their pangas, to the southern entrance of the lagoon. Almejas Bay was mirror-still with warmth in the air. On board the pangas, we did the last of our whale watching for the voyage. They were fantastic as our guests observed a lot of spy-hoping activity, and I mean a lot. Many lone whales performed, almost as in a water dance, with heads out from the water surface! We finished our extraordinary experience with lots of sea birds perched on a sandbar close to two magnificent golden eagles as we returned to the ship for lunch.