Almost everyone has heard about the notorious adventures of 17th-century privateer Captain William Kidd, who captured the Quedagh Merchant ship loaded with gold, silver, and other valuables from the East Indies. After learning that he was a wanted man, Kidd secretly abandoned the ship. Its location followed Kidd to the grave when he was executed for piracy and murder. Resting in the crystal-clear Caribbean for more than 300 years, the Quedagh Merchant was recently discovered just 70 feet off the coast of Catalina Island in the Dominican Republic. Join a team of underwater archaeologists as they uncover its precious cargo.