We specialize in recovering valuable artifacts and treasures from shipwrecks in Florida and the Caribbean.
The numbers of shipwrecks that lay on the ocean floors is in the hundreds of thousands of vessels. But with the expertise that TSR has brought on board, and partnered with, we have known locations of many recovered and to be recovered wreck sites that are known. However, the advantages we have is the ability to seize on, decipher and refine research that were the well documented histories of the vessels at sea by Spain, Britain, Portugal, France and others. With our newly acquired expertise from Kane Fisher, as well as many other new Partners, we will be and have been on known treasure sites off Florida and throughout the Caribbean. There are well over a hundred treasure ships to be exploited off Florida alone. Many are within reach and have been recovered, and much is left to uncover. What we do know is the returns on such wrecks can be enormous. Just to show some of the values that can be gotten as returns, below is a synopsis of some of the top valued wrecks throughout the last decades alone.
THE 1715 FLEET SITE IS LOCATED OFF THE IN THE ATLANTIC OFF THE EAST COAST OF FLORIDA
TSR has already partnered with entities to work known and permitted areas where many of the six identified and five other wrecks to be found ships from this treasure fleet perished. Kane Fisher and associated parties with TSR have worked these wreck sites, where each vessel’s cargo, could well be estimated to be over $1 Billion. The 1715 Treasure Fleet was a Spanish treasure fleet returning from the New World to Spain. At two in the morning on Wednesday, July 31, 1715, seven days after departing from Havana, Cuba, under the command of Juan Esteban de Ubilla, eleven of the twelve ships of this fleet were lost in a hurricane near present-day Vero Beach, Florida. Because the fleet was carrying silver, it is also known as the 1715 Plate Fleet (plata being the Spanish word for silver. The value yet to be found could exceed $10 Billion from the found wrecks and those to be found.