Setting: February 1848 (1st Year of Kaei, Year of the Monkey)
A year goes by and whale hunting just isn't where it's at—no one's in a good mood on the ship, and the wind isn't even blowing.
The guys more or less blame Manjiro for all the bad luck; he's the "Jonah." Or at least that's what he thinks.
Or it could be Captain Davis the crew is against.
No one would blame them: Captain Davis is a tyrant who's taken to waving a gun around on the deck. And that's on top of all the constant yelling.
Now Captain Davis is looking for Manjiro. He thinks Manjiro's the "Jonah" and is threatening to throw everyone overboard until he finds Manjiro.
Manjiro reveals himself, but right afterward, the crew spots a huge sea turtle.
Someone throws a knife and maims the turtle, which goes underwater, and before Davis can get to him, Manjiro jumps in and goes after the turtle.
As he goes deeper, he starts to hallucinate and hear a Japanese fairytale about a guy who becomes a prince but then leaves his princess because he just wants to go home; he also hears his mother voice telling him to swim up.
He does, and when he cracks the surface of the water, everyone's cheering for him, even Jolly.