The Sea Shepherd crew prepares to leave the Faroe Island when they hear word that Japan is resuming whale hunts in the Antarctic Sea. Before the team leaves they must protect a large pod of pilot whales from getting too close to the islands.
To aid in the search of whaling activity, the Steve Irwin vessel launches a helicopter and a new ultralight aircraft to patrol the skies. When a large grouping of boats is spotted the Sea Shepherd crew moves in closer to investigate.
After a bad hunting tip sends the Sea Shepherd crew to an abandoned town, they discover an annual whaling festival happening in the capital city. Later, the Brigitte Bardot crew must deal with harassment from locals while docked in a harbor.
In coordination with a ground team, the Brigitte Bardot crew searches the shores for any whaling activities. Paul Watson begins a fund-raising campaign to pay the bond on the Steve Irwin vessel.
The Brigitte Bardot crew meets with the Danish locals to get information and discover the islands feelings for the campaign. The Steve Irwin ship is detained before reaching the Faroe Islands because of a previous tuna saving campaign.