Martin arrives in New York for the final leg of his journey to explore Manhattan Island, and its world famous Empire State Building, and nearby Ellis Island. From one iconic playground to another - next stop, 200 miles from New York, Martha's Vineyard. Seven miles off the mainland Martha's Vineyard is a magnet for holidaymakers and a playground for the wealthy. The final place on Martin's epic island journey is Maine, America's most easterly state, with hundreds of islands off its coast. He boards the Sunbeam support ship, a charitable mission which has been running for more than a hundred years, offering help to the most isolated island communities. The ship's crew includes a nurse, a chaplain, an engineer and a steward, who organise everything from coffee mornings to counselling, and care for the communities' physical, mental and spiritual needs.