Your team has recovered a sunken ship.
In the hold there is a small room that appears it was intended as a smuggler's room.
In the smuggler's hold are three decayed corpses a bunch of debris and a treasure chest with two locks. The corpse nearest the chest has a sword in his rib cage, but more interestingly is that the sword also pierced an open book that now hangs on the blade.
From the appearance of the room, it is surmised that Person A (the one with the book) was killed by Person B and/or C (the other two corpses), and that the hole in the side of the hull in the smuggler's hold was the result of a cannonball that then killed persons B and C.
Further study shows that the book is open to a page particular page. A preceding page illustrates that the writer was a captive of the crew and that the crew are mostly illiterate. Then the last line preceding the current page says:
I overheard the former first mate and one of the crew talking. Given the mutiny, and that none of the crew I hired were named Jay, the conversation was very odd. I've decided to record that conversation in case it is important.
The page after the current page says:
There's been a lot of commotion on the deck, I suspect a naval engagement.
I was right, and my loyal cabin boy has released me. I must hurry if I am to discover the treasure before I am discovered.
There are two locks on the chest. The locks each have 6 rings/dials with the standard 26 English characters.
The current page of the book records the conversation:
Former First mate: "Left-tenant, are they to see you and Jay?" Crew member: "Aye! Right, you are. They two be my guests, arrrr!"
What is the combination for each lock and the order it is to be entered?