Week 64 Jac Whelans operation out on the Irish sea has run into trouble - one of the women on the boat is in dire need of hospitalisation.
Words in English that have different meanings in Welsh; Sut + verb; Pa mor + adjective
Celwyddau, Eglurhad, Cysgod, Cyhyd, Penderfynol, Gwelw, lwydaidd, Bochau, Hen law, Profiadol, Angen, Siomi, Rhwydo, Sgerbwd, Gorymateb, Tir mawr, Heblaw am, Penrhyn, Rhwyfo, Dadwisgo, Twyllo, Ffeithiau, Perffaith siwr, Trueniaid, Wedi sythu, (SW), Beth sy o'i le ar?, Beichiog, Cyflwr, Gwirion (NW), Poen, Perygl, Meddwyn, Gwn, Saethu, Gollwng, Cnoi.
Jenny and Agnes meet for supper - they discuss the information that Jac has received about Dic Allen.
Brian, Jac and Arwyn set off on their voyage.
At the hospital the next day Agnes tells Jenny that a decomposed body has been found by a trawler.
The Mary Rose has finally arrived at its destination. The crew are awaiting their illegal cargo.
Jenny phones Agnes - news has come through of the identification of the body found at sea.
The Mary Rose is about to set sail back to Wales.
One of the passengers aboard the Mary Rose is dangerously close to giving birth - Arwyn insists that the boat must return to Ireland.
Jac Whelan brandishes a gun - there is a scuffle...