On August 3th the wind changed to NW for 48 hours, but the passage was not as good as expected. Instead, it was very similar to that of the preceding days. On 4th 9 Pomarines and 5 Arctic Skuas were counted in the evening, as well as 36 Manx Shearwaters and only 11 Sandwhich Terns.
Things are not expected to change in the followng week, as the winds will start to blow from NE again.
On 3th this Japanese vessel sailed off the headland. You don't watch many Japanese vessels in this side of the world!