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We are open for project suggestions - our general idea is to "build the nautilus" - a submarine based on the technology we have developed and in part published on the web over the last two decades.

This submarine is capeable of global travel and has enough storage capacity to supply and accomodate its crew for months at sea. It can dive to mid ocean depth so basicly reach and salvage any ship wreck ( that is outside the ocean trenches ) which means 99% of all wrecks.

Most people who have a basic insight in lost ships understand that this is not about "treasure hunting adventures" but about big business in the oceans.

There are thousands of wrecks accumulated over history and the most notable have a gold cargo value of 17 billion usd and well documented ( san jose colombia )

So a ship that has the capability described can be expected to give "hundredfold return on investment" on the building and operation costs ....

While the cost of legal involvement is prohibitive in the big treasure hunt projects that made their way into the press like the "Black Swan" and the "Great Eastern"

" A smart way to structure this is to go hands off of any wreck that has any kind of "historic story associated to the wreckage".

We would focus on the cargo that is shattered over a nameless reef that ripped apart hundreds of nameless ships during history.

The operation would not even make a "dig" in the traditional sense but go for the pieces of eight and the bars that are in sand pockets and detectable with modern equipment - no archeological value at all.

If it has no archeological story associated it can not be "legally claimed" by anyone. It is the industrial version of "taking the lost coin you find on the beach"...

Deployment of state of the art technology - No legal entanglement at all... is the key in the project.

So something like the San Jose would be a "last choice target" not a "first choice target" - except there is a cooperation with DIMAR.

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