Marina faces death by swordfish after attempting to rescue a former member of WASP from Gadus.
Troy outshines Titan in an underwater battle of wits by foiling the evil king's dastardly plan to electrocute the Stingray team; with a smile on his face, Troy leaves Titan to his fate.
Titan hatches an evil scheme to capture Marina and Troy using a deadly poison; the WASP team might be able to save the day and foil Titan's plan.
Titan, the evil underwater king, plots to kill Marina with a deadly flower; Marina unwittingly gives the gift to Atlanta, leaving Troy to help Marina prove her innocence.
An underwater inhabitant kidnaps Atlanta and reveals that he has planted a bomb on the Stingray.
Marina finds herself staring at a bomb after Troy leaves her to learn to speak with a professor, who turns out to be the villainous X20.
Atlanta is taken prisoner when she accidentally discovers a plot to take over Stingray and attack the landmasses.
As a powerful alien aircraft heads to Marineville to launch an attack, Commander Shore must call in outside help to build a new super missile capable of defeating the alien craft.
Marineville comes under attack from an underwater race who traps Troy, Phones and Marina into unwittingly revealing vital secrets about WASP.
Amateur divers discover a giant, priceless pearl in an oyster in WASP-controlled waters, but legend dictates that bad luck will befall whoever removes the pearl from its bed.
Troy and Phones investigate the disappearance of three old, disused vessels; they then encounter a nomad tribe whose people have been using the shipwrecks as homes.
Stingray narrowly avoids being blown to smithereens when Marineville bombs a sheet of pink ice which has trapped the submarine.
A film unit moves into Marineville to film the WASPs at work; a movie producer could be hiding more deadly intent.
While searching for treasure, the Stingray team is captured by two fish men; Captain Black offers to save the team, but Troy escapes and sets about rescuing Marina and Phones himself.
X20 tries to switch identical twin brothers, one of whom is an Eastern dictator, imprisoned in Marineville for crimes against WASP.
Troy finds himself in the midst of a bewildering dream in which he and Stingray are shrunk to miniature size and float into the Marineville fish tank.
Troy and the crew investigate the distress call of a mysterious stranger, who has been placed in a hypnotic trance by an alien underwater race.
El Hudat, the leader of an eastern country, visits the crew of Stingray in the hope of joining WASP, but when news arrives that El Hudat's brother has seized power, he kidnaps Marina and makes his escape.
During a routine operation, the Stingray crew finds itself being pulled down to the bottom of the ocean; when Troy and Phones investigate, they discover two underwater beings seeking help.
Atlanta's fancy dress party sparks off a vivid dream for Troy, in which he battles some vicious underwater cavemen.
Troy and Phones can't handle the pressure caused by diving deep into the ocean; their mission to destroy an evil city is almost lost, but water babe Marina completes the task for them.
A lighthouse is taken over by the underwater people, who harness the energy to supply their city.
X20 has attached a sticker bomb to the hull of Stingray, and Troy has one of the most dangerous tasks of his career ahead of him as he desperately tries to save the craft and its crew.
The incident which left Captain Shore crippled for life is played out in a gripping episode.
Troy must intercept a jazz group which is on its way to a concert; it's possible that the next time it plays, one of its instruments may explode.
There's unexpected excitement for a young orphan when he joins Troy in an effort to solve the mystery of an enemy craft that seems to have been abandoned by its crew.
Troy Tempest and the Stingray crew face the baffling mystery of an underwater city that has disappeared; the team follows the clues which eventually lead to Africa, where the city has been rebuilt.
When famous pop singer Duke Dexter arrives in Marineville, Agent X20 decides to abduct the megastar; after some cross-examining by Titan, however, he is allowed to return to safety.
Troy has a remarkable dream in which he finds a forest of jewels and becomes the richest man in the world.
It's up to WASP to get to the bottom of another diabolical scheme when Agent X20 dupes Phones into believing he is unfit for service.
When a boastful naval captain arrives at Marineville to demonstrate a new missile, Surface Agent X20 takes the opportunity to fire real explosives at Stingray.
Phones and Lt. Fisher take up a challenge to become members of Admiral Denver's crew on an ancient sailing vessel; they soon encounter problems when a storm whips up and the admiral is knocked unconscious.
Stingray travels to Scotland to investigate the mystery of the legendary Loch Ness Monster.
The Stingray crew is forced to cancel its vacation in order to investigate the Subterranean Sea, where explorations lead to a stunning discovery.
All's well that ends well in an episode which sees Troy dispersing laughing gas over Idotee, an evil sea creature who used a ghost ship to trap Commander Shore and Phones.
The worst catastrophe in Marineville history is avoided when Troy and Phones warn the battle station.
Captain Troy Tempest and his right-hand man, Phones, are saved from imminent death during their first mission by Marina, a beautiful slave girl who lives underwater.