Queen Anne’s Treasure is a true story that originates in England during the colonial period and ends with the tragic wrecking of the frigate HMS Feversham on the rocky shore of Scatarie Island, Cape Breton, in 1711. Three of Her Majesty’s transport ships also went down that night with the Feversham, with a total loss of 107 lives. This convoy was transporting military supplies, plus gold and silver coins to Quebec to support and finance the infamous Walker Expedition. This story tells of Britain’s military overreach in its failed attempt to drive the citizens out of New France, and recounts the great loss of life and ships that occurred as a result of the ill-fated Walker Expedition against Fortress Quebec. It is also the compelling story of the most valuable treasure ever lost in this region—the HMS Feversham carried the rarest silver and gold coins ever to be found in North American waters. World-renowned treasure hunter, Robert MacKinnon, takes us on a fascinating underwater journey revealing the secrets, successes and personal disappointments after his re-discovery of this famous maritime loss.