Mallory finds the compass first, so now she has more attention to pay to the sharks. As Gary watches, her eyes bug out so far they're in danger of breaking the seal on her diving mask. Kisha and Amanda keep searching, but Amanda's the next to find a compass.
The last group of three teams -- which is completely different from the initial last group of three teams that this leg started with -- gets off the train at the ferry terminal and spreads out. "I'm gettin' sick of people following me around already," Jet complains. The Whites and Ron/Christina go straight to the ticket kiosk to secure passage while the Cowboys get directions. A local tells them they need to take a ferry to Oceanside. Ron and Christina are the first on the boat (Ron waving Mel in, in the first sign of a possible dad-alliance), but the Cowboys are still wandering around when the ferry sails. So they literally missed the boat, and are officially in last place. The good news is that at least nobody's following them any more.
They get on the very next ferry after the ads, aware that they have "a little catchin' up to do today." Cord adds, "This race...can turn anywhere at any time." For their sake, it'd better.
Mallory hefts her big compass-disk-thing back out into the sunlight, onto the big brick patio overlooking the water where the flags are waving. "You gotta complete it, "Gary reminds her. Mallory starts the way she starts all tricky tasks: "Jesus, help me please?" Jesus is like, "Really? We just got out of that tank, can I just have five minutes to dry My hair?"
The second ferry arrives at Oceanworld. Seeing their approach from afar, Gary warns Mallory, "Don't let 'em scramble you." He forgot to say "further." The other batch of teams converges on the clue box, Jaime yelling at Cara, "Let's go!" Margie, Flight Time, Justin, Cara, and Vyxsin will be taking this for their respective teams.
Amanda has now joined Mallory at the decoding part of the task. Kris says Amanda will be good at this. Amanda, looking at her scratch paper: "What???"
Kisha is still in the water, and Jen's proud of her when she retrieves a compass. But soon there are almost as many re-racers as fish in the tank. Justin narrates that this was his first time scuba-diving, and says it's easy to panic if you don't know what you're doing. I'm certain that won't happen to anyone here. Jaime admits, "I don't really care for water or sharks." Or crowds. Or noise. Or people who don't speak English. Or people who do speak English but don't move quickly enough. Why's she doing the race again, again? Kent calls the sight of Vyxsin "a visual delight. She looked like a pink "Little Mermaid in there." The amazing thing is that this tank is so huge that none of the re-racers ever seem to encounter each other, either in the tank or the tunnel.