Short abstract from the book:
Tufted duck is a common migratory visitor in the Faroes, where it has bred four times. Tufted duck has not been ringed in the Faroes, but a first year female ringed 7 November 2006 in Saint Philbert de Grand Lieu, France, was controlled 29 August 2007 in Eiði, Eysturoy, 1,731 km N of the ringing site. It was seen again on 19 October 2007 in Eiði, and then controlled on 12 November 2007 in Harelbeke naer Kortrijk, Belgium, where it has been observed several times, last time on 22 March 2009.
Read more about the species in the chapter from The Faroese Bird Migration Atlas here