Toki Ukamea: The story of William Mariner
In 2012, a Tongan man by the name of Tevita Moala came upon the remains of a sunken ship off the coast of Foa, Ha’apai in the Kingdom of Tonga. It was determined that this was the remains of the Port au Prince, a vessel registered to England. How did it get to Tonga and why was it sitting on the bottom of the ocean. This podcast is the fascinating story of the cabin clerk, a young boy by the name of William Mariner, one of the survivors of the Port au Prince who lived in Tonga from 1806 to 1810.
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