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« on: July 31, 2009, 12:45:19 am »
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Marine Exploration, Inc. Announces Second Historic Shipwreck (Marketwire)


MIAMI, FL--(Marketwire - July 30, 2009) - Marine Exploration, Inc. ( OTCBB : MEXP ) announces that Burt D. Webber has found a previously unknown historic shipwreck in his latest foray into the Joint Venture permit area off the coast of the Dominican Republic. The company awaits additional reports from the R/V Hispaniola as its team works to identify the shipwreck and its contents. Marine ...


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wreckdiver         Date:  Friday, July 31, 2009 8:37:40 AM
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Burt Webber, must be an amazing treasure finder!!!!
Because I watched the RV Hispaniola, Burt Webber's research boat leave the dock in Santo Domingo 9:12 AM EST on the 29th of July. Considering he was going to the Navidad Bank, where our lease is 137nm away. If the boat traveled at 10 knots (Very optimistic) it would take 14+ hours. This would put him in the lease area just after midnight on the 30th. That means the amazing Mr. Webber deployed his equipment, found the shipwreck, and made a press release in 5 hours. All this with the NOA weather bouys showing yellow flags in the area 6'-8' seas.
Common sense says you cant find stuff in rough seas.

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