Lost Treasure Ship Of The 1715 Fleet Could Be Found Soon

Posted on Feb 26, 2015

TAMPA, Fla., Feb. 25, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — Global Marine Exploration Inc. has located what could be the Anchor of the still Lost ¬†treasure ships from the 1715 fleet, surveys have identified many possible targets that will be worked this year starting Mid March. GME completed 60 sq miles of surveys in 2014 and has narrowed down the possible locations of the five treasure ships GME is looking for. Other items have been found off shore to confirm the remains of different ships in the area, its just proper funding and time now for a new discovery.

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GME has successfully discovered and rescued shipwrecks in the Dominican Republic through a contract with the Dominican Government and is currently working off Cape Canaveral through multiple permits with the State of Florida as well as off shore in Federal waters.

GME is seeking funds for equipment, operations and expansion and would entertain a large investor as a partner or smaller accredited investors for a minimum of a $ 10,000 investment.

Interested parties may contact CEO:-Bobby Pritchett bpb1313@gmail.com, 813-684-9347 WWW.gmexploration.com

Investment opportunity open only to accredited investors and subject to disclosure documents to be provided by Global Marine Exploration, Inc. 

Media Contact: Robert Pritchett, Global Marine Exploration Inc, 813-777-1977, bpb1313@gmail.com

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SOURCE Global Marine Exploration Inc

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