Titre original : Night Fog at the Southampton Port
In Southampton, Candy searches for Juskin's seafaring company. Finally, a boy named Cookie takes her to the rundown business. Candy overhears Juskin with his crew grousing about their sour economic fortunes and making crass jokes about kidnapping pretty girls and selling them for money. But the rough-sounding men have golden hearts, and explain they were only joking. After remembering Mr. Carson, Juskin and his crew promise to help Candy. They get a request to load the Atlantic liner 'Sea Gull' and will smuggle her on board. During the wait, Candy wanders around Southampton and hears a harmonica playing the same Scottish air Terry used to play. It is not Terry, but Cookie playing. He met Terry one night and led him to a hotel, where Terry bought him a meal, offered him a bed, and joked that Cookie and Candy would make quite the pair. Because Cookie was interested, Terry bought a harmonice for Cookie. By the end of his story, Cookie realizes who Candy must be. Growing more conscious, Juskin hopes to dissuade Candy from this life-threatening attempt to cross the Atlantic trapped in the cargo, without water and food. But Candy refuses to change her mind, and the next day as they load their "fragile" cargo onto the Sea Gull's deck they wish her all the luck that Candy may need for the voyage.