Captain Troy has to pick up the Baron Andre, and soon discovers the Baron's body half eaten by a savage beast. Troy rules out accidental death and searchs for the murderer.
A native diver discovers a rare black pearl. The find causes a great deal of excitement among the passengers on Adam's schooner.
Mme. Victorine Reynard, a Frenchwoman, now lives in style in the South Seas. A friend who is actually an escaped convict from Australia, comes to see her.
The derelict in an attempt to abduct an oriental crown prince, Communist agents endager Adam's life and almost destroy his ship.
Dan Lynch, a friend of Captain Troy's, receives a brief note from his sister-in-law stating that Dan's brother has died. Lynch asks Troy to find the girl and learn the circumstances of her husband's death.
One of Adam's girlfriends, is a passenger on a boat that has struck a mine.
During a vacation in Papeete, Captain Troy lets himself be convinced to board some passengers and sail to Pitcairn Island. However, a few hours before their arrival on the island, one passenger is stabbed with a knife belongiing to the Tiki, Troy's schooner.
In Hong Kong, Adam is approached by a pretty goverment agent who wants him to help her with an assignment.
Wealthy Vanessa Sutton Charles is plagued by mysterious apparitions of her dead husband. Strangely, the visitations occur on nights when Tahitians believe the dead come from the sea to haunt the living.
Adam Troy and his pal Oliver Kee are hired to search for an aviatrix who disappeared years ago. The flier was apparently carrying a large uncut diamond and it is now suspected that she crashed on an uncharted island south of Suva.
Troy is headed to the strife torn island of Mai Sai with a cargo of serum to fight a cholera epidemic. Troy and crew pick up three men stranded on a tiny atoll, who claim to be survivors of a shipwreck, but they're really gunrunners from a ship called the Punjab Trader, whose captain was murdered. The trio, led by the second mate, take over the Tiki, threatening to kill the nun who is transporting the serum, and go after the Punjab Trader.
A beautiful young chinese woman, Monique Le Febure asks Adam Troy to charter his schooner ""Tiki"" to look for his grand-father. She tells the story of a group of old chinese men who for their retirement returned to their island with their personal belongings. They were in a seaplane, which apparently disappeared and sunk.
Adam stops at Jacob's trading post in New Guinea to pick up some crew members. A girl named Angel begs Troy to help save her fiance, who is trapped somewhere in the jungle.
Adam agrees to transport a girl prisoner, Luana Monet, from Tahiti to police custody on the Island of Ralatea.
On board schooner Tiki, Captain Troy hears the radio message from Lianne, a young woman held prisoner on Eden Island by a megalomaniac dictator called Zagreb.
The Tiki is commissioned to pick up two nuns and a nurse who are working on a volcanic island near Samoa.
Adam receives bad news from Suva and he has unknowingly provided passage for two smugglers.
The Tiki is chartered to search for poet Francois Villon's legendary island hideaway. But one passenger seems to have more than a historical interest in the place.
Carla MacKinley owns the Amazon, an international yacht-racing champion, who hires the Tiki when her boat is unable to sail in a challenge race.
Troy marries a young couple not realizing that the young lady is actually underage and the man is a fortune hunter intent on securing his wife's father's fortune.
After rescuing a man and being led astray, Troy soon learns that the man has conned him into bringing his passengers to a military test site, to use their presence -- and their deaths, if necessary -- as a protest to halt nuclear bomb tests.
Date: 01/27/03: All I can remember about this episode is from when I appeared in it as a child actor of about 14. Very roughly, the story involved my family landing on an island in the Pacific (perhaps shipwrecked?). We were British and somehow ended up being imprisoned by someone. Also in the story with us was a very intelligent chimp (named Mr. Flotsam) who, when the chips were down, helped to free us through the use of a hand grenade or some such element. I regret I don't recall much more and the script I had was lost long ago. The show was filmed on a sound stage and in the backlot of 20th Century Fox's studio in what is now Century City, CA. I remember a set built to serve as the ocean and a beach of a remote island. As a kid, i was in awe of everything, including the chimp. I saw the show in its first run, but never again. I would love to see and or acquire a copy. If anyone can assist me in that, I would be very grateful, since I have very little to remember my childhood acting
Bert Elston is a former Navy man who plans to marry and settle down on a South Sea Island plantation. But Elston's dreams of domestic bliss are suddenly disturbed by memories of naval combat - Captain William Brooks, his wartime commancer appears on the scene.
After a long absence, Barbara Lyons is returning to the island home of her father.
Inspector Bouchard needs a judge for the ""Miss Tahiti"" beauty contest. The job is a little hard to fill since the citizens of Tahiti generally turn the annual beauty contest into an annual Donnybrook.
Vincent Michelet finds that his mother, who he believed dead, is alive in a Swiss Hospital. And his mother tells him that another member of the family is also still alive, his Aunt Vivian, who has a price on her head for collaborating with the Nazis.
Adam runs into an old war buddy named Scotty Bell and hires him as a temporary deck hand.
Just before the Tiki sails, two men plant a time bomb in the hold. The bomb is discovered and thrown overboard, but a big question still remains: which of Troy's four passengers was the bomb meant for?
There's a ticket for entertainer Nita Graham for a trip aboard the Tiki. Adam delivers the ticket in person, but Nita doesn't know what he's talking about, and she isn't planning any trips.
After a murder on the Tiki occurs, Adam is wrongfully accused of the crime and the passengers are asked for their testimonies at his trial.
Mr. Grant, owner and sole inhabitant of a small island on the Pacific, has been killed in strange circumstances. His young and pretty niece, recently arrived in Papeete, claims the inheritance. During the investigation, a mysterious character is discovered on the island.