The pirate adventures of Captain Flint and his men twenty years prior to Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic “Treasure Island.” Flint, the most brilliant and most feared pirate captain of his day, takes on a fast-talking young addition to his crew who goes by the name John Silver. Threatened with extinction on all sides, they fight for the survival of New Providence Island, the most notorious criminal haven of its day – a debauched paradise teeming with pirates, prostitutes, thieves and fortune seekers, a place defined by both its enlightened ideals and its stunning brutality.
The hunt for the Urca begins. Things change for Eleanor. Bonny and Rackham are haunted by their past sins.
Flint comes clean with Gates. Randall's actions cause problems for Silver. Eleanor suffers a loss. Max helps Rackham. Vane faces his biggest challenge.
Chasing the Andromache is a pricey endeavor. Eleanor needs help from Silver. Billy believes Gates should confront Flint. Bonny takes a stand.
Bonny confesses. Rackham makes a life-altering decision. Richard forces Eleanor's hand. A chess match is organized for Flint and the Walrus crew.
Captain Flint is warned about Billy. Vane encounters someone from his past. Eleanor asks her father for help. The crew of The Walrus suffer a disastrous undertaking.
While Flint and Gates realise they need help to find the Urca d'Lima, John and Billy have to increase the crew's morale. Vane impresses Eleanor and Gates receives a promotion.
Flint discovers a thief amongst his crew. Eleanor must make a difficult decision. John hides with Max, inside a brothel.
Whilst facing threats on all sides, including a possible mutiny, Captain Flint hires a young sailor named John Silver, who hides his most precious possession. As the Royal Navy gets ever more powerful, Eleanor keeps order on New Providence.