In the wake of refitting the Surprise and taking back off to ocean to search for their adversary, the French privateer Acheron, Captain Jack Aubrey is sure everything will go as per his designs. Rather than the Surprise finding the Acheron, the chief suddenly wakes to find the foe hunkering down on his considerably littler ship. All of a sudden, he’s not exclusively not guaranteed of a simple triumph—or any triumph whatsoever, so far as that is concerned—he and his group are likewise in desperate peril of being caught. Chief Jack Aubrey and his group responding to their second locating of the Acheron.
In the wake of turning the tables on the adversary dispatch, Jack hence loses her amid a heartbreaking mischance at Cape Horn and is compelled to think of new plans and better approaches for dealing with his group until the point that they achieve the Galapagos Islands—and the Midpoint. In the wake of losing the Acheron because of the deadly mischance at Cape Horn, Jack has no choice.When the Surprise safeguards a gathering of marooned whalers whose ship was sunk by the Acheron, everything changes. Jack quickly goes catch the Acheron before she can again vanish. After at last winding up in a situation to find the Acheron, Captain Jack Aubrey’s arrangement of activities in the second 50% of the second demonstration bring him down an astounding street, when his closest companion, specialist and spy Stephen Maturin, is unintentionally shot. Without precedent for the film, Jack breaks free of his fanatical quest for the Acheron, keeping in mind the end goal to take Stephen to dry land where he can be worked on so as to spare his life.
At the point when a gaining strength Stephen, set free upon his since a long time ago foreseen and since a long time ago deferred Galapagos campaign, inadvertently finds the Acheron at grapple on the most distant side of the island. Jack figures his intend to bait the foe privateer in sufficiently close for the murder, and his group rushes to prepare everything for the fight. The last climactic fight between the Surprise and the Acheron takes up an extensive time.
Jack enters the medical procedure to discover the commander, his since a long time ago sought after adversary, dead. He takes the commander’s sword from the specialist and starts arranging the wiping up. Jack understands the Acheron’s chief wasn’t dead as he gathered, however rather taking on the appearance of the ship’s specialist so as to endeavor a takeover of the ship once it cruised far from the Surprise.
At that point, Jack arranges his ship to change course and seek after the Acheron.