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Antipodean Andy Posted on Jul 20 2009, 04:11 AM
  A press release. These guys are going hard.

Following the news of its latest shipwreck discovery, Marine Exploration, Inc. confirms that the R/V Hispaniola is departing Santo Domingo for the waters north of the Dominican Republic. Based on new information, Burt Webber has cut shore leave short and the team has been called back to the ship to immediately leave to pursue a wreck in the area where we have new information which corroborates historical testimony given nearly 300 years ago by Captain Swinstead. Says Webber, “My sights are set on recovering the silver bars which were seen on the bank and have been lost for over 300 years.”

On this latest mission, Marine Exploration’s Joint Venture partner, Burt Webber’s Hispaniola Ventures, is returning to the Navidad Bank in search of a treasure galleon. Mr. Webber’s archival research has yielded information on what treasures lie beneath the waters for Marine Exploration and Hispaniola Ventures to find. Among the gold and porcelain known to be carried on galleons of the time, the historic data specifically indicates the sighting of numerous silver bars at the Navidad wreck site.

Marine Exploration’s CEO Mark Goldberg commented “After coming off a successful shipwreck discovery last month, we are encouraged at the prospects of this latest mission to the Navidad Bank.”

Marine Exploration, Inc., and joint venture partner Hispaniola Ventures, LLC headed by Burt D. Webber, Jr., expect to continue the surveys and anticipate locating and recovering historic shipwrecks with valuable artifacts and treasure. Working under exclusive contract with the Dominican Republic, the Company has plans in place to pursue multiple notable shipwrecks in Dominican Republic territorial and jurisdictional waters.

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