President, CFO, Director/Founder
Craig Huffman is an accomplished individual with a diverse background spanning multiple industries. He is a member of the Florida Bar and has extensive experience in the treasure recovery industry, representing multiple companies in permitting and admiralty claims. With a career spanning over 24 years, Craig has acted as counsel to over 50 public companies and large-scale investors, and has been a public company CEO twice before. He is a Deputy Sheriff veteran of five years, an Army Reserve Officer of 20 years, and a 100-jury trial veteran who has also argued before the Nevada Supreme Court. Craig holds a B.A. from the University of Tampa with three majors and a J.D. from Stetson University College of Law.
Sea Operations Chief
Mr. Wilson oversees all operations involving World of Treasure Vessels, crews and divers, including recent operations. Mr. Wilson has over 30 years as a captain with experience throughout the Caribbean and is a licensed Sea Captain for large vessels. Tim overseas dive boats and surveying.
VP New Technologies & Diver
Has an AA degree, and multiple training in technologies related to multiple areas. Mr. Huffman has built out all GPS systems, computer systems, running magnetometer surveys, and has searched and found the equipment of all tracking systems, software, and search systems. Mr. Huffman is pursuing his engineering degree and oversees finding and doing due diligence on new technologies. Mr. Huffman also is a certified diver and participates in operations and recoveries.
Kane Fisher’s passion for treasure recovery began in childhood, working alongside his renowned father, Mel Fisher. With over 50 years of experience, Kane has contributed to numerous wreck recoveries, including the Spanish galleon Nuestra Senora de Atocha, the most valuable shipwreck in U.S. history with recoveries valued at around $700 million. He has also been involved in the discovery and recovery of dozens of wreck sites in Florida and the Caribbean, responsible for over $1 billion in recoveries. Among his notable accomplishments is the rich find of the Santa Margarita, a sister ship of the Atocha lost in the same storm of 1622. Kane Fisher’s expertise and experience make him a prominent figure in the field of treasure recovery.
Oscar is an IT professional with more than 20 years of experience in programming, systems development, and data analytics. He has a Master of Science in Management Information Systems from Florida State University, a double major in Computer Science and Mathematics from the City University of NY, Lehman. He is a Doctoral candidate in Strategic Leadership in Business Development. His favorite programming languages are Java, SAS, Python and SQL. He has been a successful crypto investor since 2015.