We ghosted through Disko Bay, leaving Ilulissat and her mighty glacier behind. Along our route, we passed a number of giant bergs, calved from the Sermeq Kujalleq ice flow. Richard launched his drone and took a few shots that provide an idea of the size and scale of the bergs in this area. We angled southwest, then south and anchored in Sisimiut, the second largest city in Greenland. Continuously inhabited for the last 4500 years, Sisimiut today is a colourful, eclectic town with a healthy mix of tourism, commercial fishing (shrimp, halibut and cod) and supply forwarding operations (to the more remote hamlets along the Greenland coast). Guests and crew enjoyed walks ashore, visits to the museum and local shops.