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Ocean Divers Scuba Diving Facility To Host Very First Treasure Diving Workshop In Key Largo

Ocean Divers scuba diving facility to host a Treasure Diving Workshop in Key Largo, including scuba dives on two shipwreck sites in the Florida Keys.


Key Largo/Florida – WEBWIRE

This is a once in a lifetime chance to have an exciting adventure and to live out a dream. All students will be trained by myself and Captain Fismer; between us we have successfully recovered treasure from around the globe. After the workshop attendees will be able to run their own treasure expeditions and recover sunken treasure with this specialized training!

December 2nd, 2015: Ocean Divers hosts Treasure Diving event in Key Largo this weekend (December 5th) following the very successful and recent in-store treasure seminars at Divers Direct locations. The event will include two dives on shipwreck sites of the Spanish Galleon 1733 Treasure Fleet, and divers will learn how to find sunken treasure.

About the Treasure Diving Experts

The treasure diving workshop will be presented and hosted by Captain Brad Williamson, an advisor for the motion picture Fool’s Gold, and Captain Carl Fismer of hit TV series, Treasure Divers. This expert duo will offer guidance on how to successfully recover treasure, along with the tools and equipment needed. Between them, Williamson and Fismer hold over 60 years of professional treasure recovery experience across the globe.

Williamson says about the workshop: “This is a once in a lifetime chance to have an exciting adventure and to live out a dream. All students will be trained by myself and Captain Fismer; between us we have successfully recovered treasure from around the globe. After the workshop attendees will be able to run their own treasure expeditions and recover sunken treasure with this specialized training!”

The workshop this weekend in Key Largo will pair the knowledge of experts Fismer and Williamson, with scuba dive excursions to two Spanish Shipwreck sites of the 1733 Treasure Fleet. 

About Treasure Diving

The workshop this weekend will cover topics relating to treasure hunting, including:

  • Locating shipwrecks

  • Guidelines for choosing a project

  • Obtaining funding for your project

  • Documenting and preserving recoveries

Participants will take part in a three hour ‘Sunken Treasure Workshop’ followed by a two-tank dive on two different Spanish Galleon Shipwreck Sites of the 1733 Treasure Fleet: the El Infante and Chavez. The El Infante was one of the largest ships of the 1733 fleet, and lies in 20 feet of clear water, making it a spectacular dive site today. The Chavez was one of the smaller vessels of the 1733 fleet, which ran aground in shallow water during a hurricane.

The workshop begins at 09:00 on Saturday Dec 5th at Ocean Divers, and the dive boat will depart at 13:00. Participants wishing to stay in Key Largo will have access to special hotel rates starting at $95 night and are invited to discounted dives scuba with Ocean Divers over the course of the weekend.

Due to the popularity of this event, another workshop has been scheduled for 13th February, 2016.

About Ocean Divers

Ocean Divers has been established in Key Largo for 30 years as a respected scuba dive and snorkel operation. Currently the operation runs with four boats, making it the largest and fastest fleet of boats in the Florida Keys, which includes a top-of-the-line newly acquired 46ft twin-screw Newton dive vessel, Holiday Diver. With a short run to the reef, and a professional dive crew, Ocean Divers is the premier choice for divers and snorkelers to enjoy their time in the Florida Keys.

 


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