From the Ship's Official Log Book at the end of the day:
Remaining alongside our berth over night the passengers and crew got to enjoy the highlights of Reykjavik at night. At `8:05 with all pre departure checks satisfactorily completed and with the pilot onboard the Ruby Princess slipped her mooring lines at 18:17 and sailed out of the harbor. Disembarking the pilot at 18:34 we then set courses for our Trans-Atlantic adventure.
Weather experienced throughout the daySky: Overcast
Wind: South westerly Beaufort Force 4
Barometric Pressure: 1013.3 mb
Here is a sample from the day.
These photos are of the geothermal plant. Iceland gets a very high percentage of their power from these types of plants. The other building is "The Pearl", a hot water storage facility along with a nice viewing platform. The majority of the hot water for home use and heating comes from plants. A geyser...and a crack in the earth's surface where the Atlantic and Euro Pacific plates are separating.