The wind blew between 8 and 18 knots from the northeast throughout the day, less strong in the afternoon. The day began with occasional whitecaps and a small swell from the northeast, calming down in the late morning. The barometer dropped from 1030 to 1023 hPa, ushering away the high pressure system that has been around for the past week.
There were no boats seen in the reserve today.
At 13:00, a group of humpback whales were surfacing about one kilometre to the northeast of the reserve, with no whale watching boats in sight.
The usual daily tasks were performed: salinity test, running the generator, collecting wood, cleaning the solar panels and general maintenance.