On the 31st of March 2021 at 02:47:08 UTC (03:47:08 local time), a magnitude M2.6 earthquake occurred in the Rockall Trough near the Hebrides Terrace Seamount, approximately 210 km north-northwest of Ireland. The epicentre location is indicated with a red circle in the map below, black lines denote major fault zones in and around Ireland. The earthquake occurred at a depth of 10 km, and was preceded by a magnitude M2.3 earthquake at the same location, occurring at 00:05:02 UTC (01:05:02 local time). Although earthquake detection rates in the Rockall Trough are lower than those of the Irish Sea, several events with magnitude M>2.0 have been detected in this region, most notably from 1980, when an earthquake of magnitude M4.0 occurred near the Hebrides Terrace Seamount.
The event was recorded by the stations of the Irish National Seismic Network (INSN) and can be seen in the waveforms plotted below: