Wrap yourself in a parka (provided at no charge by Seabourn and for you to take home at the end of your voyage) and come with me to Waterboat Point, on the Antarctic Mainland.
Stand with me and listen to the penguins.
“Penguins are beautiful, interesting and funny,” wrote George Gaylord Simpson, an American paleontologist who died in 1984. “They are pleasurable to watch, even though they do smell, and their voices are not melodious.”
Judge for yourself. Click play, and if you’re standing downwind, pinch your nose.
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