Looking out of the window now the sun is out and the seas have calmed, with only a few white horses remaining on the tops of a few waves. All appears back to normal and we are once again back to working our way through the Offshore Brighton sampling locations. With the HamCam stations complete we are now on the hunt for more rocky habitats using the camera sledge before beginning a more intensive multibeam survey at some of the heterogenous locations.
With only 48ish more hours to go we still have plenty to keep us busy before we demobilise in Portland on Tuesday. Here's hoping we aren't subject to anymore weather and can power through to the end unhindered.
Visible bedrock with overlying cobbles. Asterias rubens (common sea star) on the right