Treasure Chasers

November 28, 2010

The World’s Biggest Treasure Hunt

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Odyssey’s Black Swan: The True Story. Odyssey Marine Exploration claims to have found a treasure in the Atlantic. This video shows the positions of Odyssey Explorer in the spanish Mediterranean water in February and March 2007

Ghost Ships Festival special Friday evening presentation by Ellen Gerth, Curator of Collections for Odyssey Marine Exploration, entitled “Deep Ocean Shipwreck Exploration: Expanding the Ocean Frontier” Friday March 5th, 2010 – Wyndham Hotel & Convention Center, Milwaukee WI USA. Odyssey Marine Explorations historic discoveries have captured the worlds attention. Odyssey searches the oceans of the world for treasures and artifacts once thought lost forever, and takes great pride in its responsibility to share with the public the material culture and valuable knowledge recovered from its deep-sea expeditions. As the Curator of Collections for Odyssey Marine Exploration, Ellen Gerth has had the exceptional opportunity to research and document the vast assemblage of artifacts recovered from Odysseys global deep-ocean archaeological excavations, beginning with its 2003 momentous find, the wreck of the Civil War-era SS Republic. Ms. Gerth looks forward to sharing some of companys fascinating shipwreck discoveries, while presenting an overview of the pioneering technology and methodology employed by Odyssey during its deep-sea survey and excavation projects. Her presentation will include a unique display of historical shipwreck artifacts selected from Odysseys permanent collection.
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  1. cowboytreasure, google it.

    Comment by theimagiro — November 28, 2010 @ 1:41 pm

  2. well…what can u expect of the english,,they have always been pirates,,,lol,,,,lousy pirates

    Comment by philippusII — November 28, 2010 @ 1:48 pm

  3. They can buy a Nobel price now you spanish morons , wake up people are sticking their cocks in you and you snore

    Comment by ARXHMalakas — November 28, 2010 @ 2:16 pm

  4. If the Mercedes was indeed sunk in 1804 then Peru has no claim on that treasure due to the fact the were not even around at that time!

    Comment by busterflywheel — November 28, 2010 @ 2:43 pm

  5. The ship, however, was a military vessel, which makes it and everything on it covered by Spanish/American Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation.

    The treaty is infallible and absolute. The gold belongs to Spain.

    Deal with it, LOSERS.

    Comment by dkrustyklown — November 28, 2010 @ 2:59 pm

  6. Its not 400 but 200 (the Mercedes was sunk in 1804) and its not falling but respecting the rest place of death sailors. To be two times beaten with treachery is not a dishonor, the cheat is the one who should be ashamed.

    Comment by centroeuropa — November 28, 2010 @ 3:11 pm

  7. Más culpables son los que volvieron las cabezas para otro lado y dieron las oportunas ordenes para permitir el expolio.

    Comment by claudiobonifacio01 — November 28, 2010 @ 3:43 pm

  8. Your points are irrelevant. All the European states (and the US) agreed to abide by the terms of several treaties which clearly state that the salvage rights for sunken NATIONAL ships remain with the respective nations unless those ships are sunk within another country’s territorial waters. In other words, if a sunken ship is in international or Spanish waters and it is indeed an old Spanish naval vessel, then only the Spanish government has salvage rights.

    Comment by dkrustyklown — November 28, 2010 @ 4:27 pm

  9. The government of Spain should be apologizing to it’s citizens for it’s passive strategy (if not total lack thereof) in pursuing this lost fortune rather than characterizing the nation as one of luddites and cry-babies by whining about it’s loss.

    Comment by jbe4th — November 28, 2010 @ 4:33 pm

  10. Ladrones del siglo XXI, personas sin ningún tipo de valor ni escrupulos (todo es dinero, dinero, dinero), las últimas manos en las que se merecería acabar ese “tesoro”

    Comment by estipenda — November 28, 2010 @ 4:34 pm

  11. you are right in one thing: the biggest robbery was made in april not in march 2007 but i didnt have this information until this summer from AISLive staff in London: the pirates switched off their AISLive-GPS 2 weeks in april and i cannot guess where they were, Lloyd’s can only certify that they were in the Mediterranean, thats, in spanish waters.

    Comment by centroeuropa — November 28, 2010 @ 5:33 pm

  12. Whether they like it or not they will return the coins to Spain.

    Comment by Asarim — November 28, 2010 @ 5:51 pm

  13. where can I get a copy!

    Comment by viex2007 — November 28, 2010 @ 6:51 pm

  14. very, very nice…..

    Comment by viex2007 — November 28, 2010 @ 7:16 pm

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