The final day of the cruise was mostly at sea again, as we exited the inner passage and headed down to Vancouver.
Black-footed Albatrosses were about in small numbers
Very high winds were predicted and the decks were closed for fear that people would blow away I guess, so I was lucky to be able to watch from the cabin. I heard that the captain deviated the planned course considerably inland to avoid the worst of the wind which also likely limited the pelagic opportunities.
I didn't see many shearwaters at all. This one is Sooty. I probably saw a Pink-footed Shearwater, but only once and very distantly.
Rhinoceros Auklet is technically a puffin and after traveling about 800 km south of where we started it had replaced its more northerly cousins.
Finally another lifer, a Killer Whale