Kitty Bey, a dashing young woman, is the cause of all the trouble. She thinks she loves Miller, the first officer of the Nina, and with the consent of the owners of the vessel accompanies him on one of the trips. While on board Kitty attracts the attention of the captain, and she loses no time in playing her arts upon him. Old Graves, the boatswain, is a man with an eagle eye and when he locates Kitty in the captain's cabin, Miller is notified and there is a sensational scene, in which the first officer attempts to shoot his fiancée and his commanding officer. Miller is placed under arrest and upon arrival at the nearest port is sentenced to a long term. In the meantime Kitty Bey has married Captain Fisher and all goes well until she is introduced to Henry Brandt, the ship owner. Her arts of witchery again come to the surface and she accompanies the ship owner on board a launch moored to the wharf in the rear of Captain Fisher's residence. Boatswain Graves is on the job again and ...
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