Ms Rotterdam in the Norwegian fjords.
Norman Island, the British Virgin Islands
In 1850 a mutinous crew member of the vessel Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe called Owen Lloyd stole treasure from the ship consisting of 55 chests of silver coins. Lloyd took the booty and headed to uninhabited Norman Island where he and his cohorts buried the plunder. They were quickly caught and some of the silver was recovered, but the British court estimated that, of the 150,000 pieces of eight believed to have been hidden, 57,000 were never accounted for.
Meaning that, somewhere on the Caribbean island, with its secluded coves and sea caves, there's still be treasure to be found.
Find out more about the treasure of Norman Island
Read MSN Travel's guide to the British Virgin Islands