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« on: July 05, 2009, 01:13:40 am »
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I have at least 2 sites in the Philippines. One galleon and WW2 shipwreck.
25 fathoms depth. Positive of valuable materials onboard. But I suggest we
need an ROV and boat with crane for the recovery. I have one Fisherman friend
who found also a coffen shape vault, believed to have treasure inside.
my email: louconejo@yahoo.com

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« Reply #1 on: July 05, 2009, 05:55:38 am »
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My dear friend .  Two wrecks at 25 fathom depth . That is 150 Feet . One Galleon and one second ww wreck .  OK that may be so but how do you know that there is anything of any value on board . Have you been on the wreck ? At the depth you are stating you can only stay very limited time  . Did you get a cargo manifest that tells you what was on board ?  If so you must know the name of the ship . Do you Huh??? . I doubt it but hey  , you may be right .  If you can tell us the name of the ship you can get all the equipment youm need  . But again , all that stuff is available in the Philippines . No need to get it anyplace else . Ofcourse when you are not sure about what you tell us you may try to find a sucker that is believing you and comes with a sack of money . I always ask myself why you guys that know the location of all this treasure do not dive on it yourself .   Cornelius

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« Reply #2 on: July 05, 2009, 06:03:37 am »
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Well, I think there are only very very few WWII shipwrecks worth of salvageing. A warship usually has not any sort of cargo on board but weapons and navy soldiers. What cargo do you think this WWII vessel has aboard and why?

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