We sailed toward Booth Island and reached our expedition destination, Port Charcot. This is the location where the first French expedition led by Jean-Baptiste Charcot wintered in 1904 aboard Le Français. Today the conditions were perfect, and upon landing we hiked up to the 120-year-old cairn left by the members of this extraordinary French expedition and marvelled at the panoramic views from the top. We also lowered our Zodiacs into the water for a wonderful cruise exploring the magnificent iceberg graveyard in the waters around Booth Island and in the bay near Pléneau Island. We were more than happy to see the sunshine and blue skies unveiling the magnificent towering peaks and steep glacial cliffs, offering some of the most scenic views of our voyage.