Other Rachel drives Dave and their new passenger back to shore, saying, "I feel like Baywatch." Only with more clothes on. They meet up with a real lifeguard on shore, who tells them they completed the task. No need for mouth-to-mouth, apparently. The next clue instructs, "Make your way to the Coral Kingdom Gate and follow the marked path to your next clue." They run out to the road, where there is a fortuitous line of minivan taxis waiting -- almost as though somebody had arranged for them to be here. They hop into one, Other Rachel promising their driver a huge tip if she drives fast. She should have also specified accuracy.
Art and JJ get to the Route Info in second place. This appears to be Art's thing, as he interviews, "I used to do the search and rescue stuff for the Border Patrol, so I think it's gonna be pretty easy." With that, he tows JJ out into the surf.
Other Rachel and Dave's cabdriver is making a U-turn, which Dave hopes will get them going in the right direction. Well, that's what U-turns are for. Too bad they've already gone a mile.
Art reaches what looks like a whole party out in the ocean, with several swimmers and a camera boat and who knows what else, seen in a wide-angle shot that wasn't previously shown. I'm starting to suspect the water's only shoulder-deep out here. Art nearly swamps a victim anyway, but he and JJ manage to haul themselves aboard the sled. Soon all three are back on shore. Back in their regular clothes and head-bandannas, Art reads their second-place clue sending them to the Coral Kingdom Gate. A new close-up of the clue reveals that it includes a note: "When you arrive at the Coral Kingdom Gate, take all of your belongings and release your taxi." So that's either the end or they won't be taxiing to the end. Watch the spoilers, Amazing Editors!