History reveals itself in the darkest depths of the ocean in this gripping docuseries that examines mysterious wreckage from ships long forgotten.
S01:E01 - The Search for Carpathia
She is most well known as the ship that rescued 706 survivors from Titanic in April 1912. The Carpathia was sunk by a German U-Boat while traveling in convoy from Liverpool to Boston in July 1918. Just off the beautiful Irish coast in 500 feet of cold clear water, The Carpathia was found and identified in September 2000 by Clive Cussler's NUMA crew after a lengthy and costly search.
S01:E02 - The Princess Sophia Tragedy
Near the center of The Lynn Canal in Alaska - a team of shipwreck hunters employ the latest sophisticated equipment to uncover the story of probably the most tragic shipwreck of the Pacific Northwest: the Princess Sophia. Join the Sea Hunters as they explore the final resting place of one of North America's most controversial sinkings: the Princess Sophia.
S01:E03 - The Steamship Atlantic
At the base of the Great Lakes, near the center of Lake Erie, the sinking of the steamer Atlantic attracted international attention. She tragically sank not far from a small town, Port Dover, in Ontario, Canada. In 1853, one of the world's first submarines explored the site, but was lost and never recovered, thus creating one of the richest maritime heritage sites in North America.
S01:E04 - Bluenose, the Last Journey
The Bluenose was the crowning achievement of schooner development and her story has been the subject of Canadian song and legend. Launched in Nova Scotia in 1921, she was built for the punishing work of fishing the Maritime fishing banks.
S01:E05 - The Search for the Young Phoenix
Somewhere beneath the unpredictable waters of Lake Erie lies a mysterious shipwreck sunk by a storm almost 200 years ago. Since 1818, she has lain silent - guarding a trove of archaeological treasures - the remnants of the Irish immigrants who had intended to sail her to a new life in a new land. is an archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea and is strategically located at the cross roads of the shipping lanes between Europe, Africa and the Middle East. During World War II, the lifeline for the island nation of Malta were convoys protected by a small fleet of warships. Without this protection Malta could have been starved into surrender.
S01:E06 - The Southwold, Malta's Lifeline
Malta is an archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea and is strategically located at the cross roads of the shipping lanes between Europe, Africa and the Middle East. During World War II, the lifeline for the island nation of Malta were convoys protected by a small fleet of warships. Without this protection Malta could have been starved into surrender.
S01:E07 - Minesweeper Eddie, Heroes of the Night
The devastation Malta endured during WWII from Axis mines is well documented. Pounded by artillery and bombs for over three years, the island nation of Malta withheld against the German might. The Sea Hunters explore the depths of the Mediterranean in search of one of her brave defenders, the minesweeper HMS Eddy, a lost hero of Malta.
S01:E08 - Mary Celeste
Just off the coast of the mysterious Caribbean island of Haiti, one of the poorest places on earth, Sea Hunters explores a conch shell-covered reef that could contain the last remains of the world's most famous ghost ship, the Mary Celeste. No story of the sea has fired the imagination like that of the brigantine Mary Celeste.
S01:E09 - Leopold/Clayoquot, Death on Christmas Eve
December 24, 1944, two U-boats in the Atlantic are still at work late on Christmas Eve. Off the coast of France one sinks the American troop ship Leopoldville, sending over 800 GI's to their grave. The other, in an effort to close the convoy ports of North America, sinks the Clayoquot four miles off the shores of North America.
S01:E10 - The Search for the CSS Alabama
Scattered on the ocean's bottom, thousands of kilometres apart, lie the remains of three vessels, each a testament to this desperate naval war. Two smuggled goods to the rebel armies, the third was the war's most famous open sea raider, the CSS Alabama.
S01:E11 - The Hunley - the First Kill
Two historic shipwrecks, separated by five decades and resting hundreds of kilometres apart, tell the tale of man's newfound ability to strike at his enemies from beneath the sea. The Sea Hunters search for the remains of two vessels that introduced submarine warfare to the world; Germany's U-21 which drew first blood in the early days of the First World War; and the H. L. Hunley.
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