After a few hours we changed location and followed some trawlers. This time the main species was Great Shearwater, of which there were many. They were amazingly confiding, some of them coming almost within touching distance of the boat. Several Northern Fulmar made an appearance, as did a Manx Shearwater, and both subspecies of Cory's Shearwater.
The trip back was fairly quiet, but quite a list of birds was racked up, including; Kittiwake, Arctic Skua (Parasitic Jaeger), Pomarine Skua (Pomarine Jaegar), Northern Gannet and Royal Tern.