We spent the morning cruising across Lancaster Sound to reach the entrance to Queen Harbour on Philpots Island, just off the east coast of Devon Island. Our goal was to view a walrus haulout with around twenty male walruses lounging on the rocks. After lunch, we launched our fleet of Zodiacs and cruised by the haulout and along the shore. We also checked out some of the nearby icebergs, one of which had striking blue colouration. This reveals that ice preferentially absorbs the red end of the light spectrum. In addition to the walruses, we also spotted ivory gulls, eider ducks, and Arctic terns. One of today‘s achievements was the completion of a 2000-piece jigsaw puzzle worked on by many guests and staff over the past few days.