Secrets of the Sea

City: Atlantic
Director: Sean McShane
Genre: Docuseries
Host: Tony Sampson

In the Graveyard of the North Atlantic and off Nova Scotia’s treacherous coast, many believe up to 25,000 ships have met their fate. World-renowned diver Tony Sampson and his crew are diving in to explore the remains of those wrecks and bring their forgotten stories back to life.

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Episodes

Episode 1 - SS Atlantic

Marrs Island, Nova Scotia was the site of one of the worst civilian maritime disasters in history, with more than 550 casualties. The team is diving in to search for answers in a cold and dark watery grave to figure out how this tragic accident came to be.

Episode 2 - Young Teazer

For centuries, the waters of Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia were a haven for pirates,. The region’s most famous pirate ship met its end in a massive ball of flames. The team is heading on an underwater hunt for real-life pirate treasure and to find out what they were hiding when the ship blew.

Episode 3 - Clare Lilley

For decades, residents of Portuguese Cove, Nova Scotia have reported unexploded ordnance washing up on their shores. The government has tried to clean it up, but the munitions keep coming. The team is diving in to get to the bottom of this potentially explosive wreck.

Episode 4 - Ghost Ship of Northumberland Strait

For more than 200 years, tales of a Phantom Ship have surrounded the waters of Pictou, Nova Scotia - a mysterious ship engulfs in flames and suddenly vanishes. Recently, a charred wooden wreck was discovered in the middle of Pictou Harbour. Could it be the fiery ship that inspired the legend? The team is diving to the heart of that burning question.

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