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    Who actually has a license to SEARCH for and RECOVER Treasure from the 1715 Fleet?

    I have a serious question. Who actually has a license to legally search for and recover treasure from the 1715 Fleet (or any other EAST Coast FL wrecks for that matter)??

    I have a very serious proposal for you. We are 99% sure we have located a wreck and want to form a partnership with you asap.

    Sorry, can't really give out much details here due to paranoia (mainly from my associate.. not me) so please contact me asap so we can discuss further.

    Thank you all, gentlemen.
    Tony Wells
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    There are a lot of knowledgeable people here with info on where to look for that info. They may have already contacted you since this thread seems eerily quiet. I believe I have seen threads in the last 4 months(?) with information about lease locations (with GPS coordinates) from Canaveral to Jensen Beach.

    Licensing (for an existing lease site) would boil down to the location of the wreck, as there are many leases.
    Also, the proximity to the coast is another big factor in which entity has jurisdiction.

    Best of luck in your quest in the decades ahead if successful. Please share your search and finds if you are able.

    Thanks.

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    Not being a .... but not sure why the title. This has nothing to do with 1715 leases. Maybe just looking for a legitimate operation? But again odd wording for the title.
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    "The finding of a great treasure from the days of the Spanish Main is not the cherished dream of only the United States and Florida citizens; countless peoples from other lands have shared such thoughts. It would amaze and surprise most citizens of this country, when their dream, at the greatest of costs, was realized, the agents of respective governments would, on the most flimsy grounds, lay claim to the treasure."
    ---Judge William O.Mehrtens
    1978 Ruling Against the State of Florida

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    Quote Originally Posted by Au_Dreamers View Post
    Not being a .... but not sure why the title. This has nothing to do with 1715 leases. .....
    Evidently they think it might have to do with the 1715 fleet since they know the location.

    (Lots of info can be wrestled from a simple question.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by PetesPockets55 View Post
    Evidently they think it might have to do with the 1715 fleet since they know the location.

    (Lots of info can be wrestled from a simple question.)
    Evidently you didn't read my post.

    But you are batting 50/50; lots of info can be wrestled from a simple question.

    Unless I'm attempting to be funny I post here for constructive contribution not to be a .... or to get likes.

    So.... again... I'll post with the facts I know, not speculation...

    This has nothing to do with 1715 leases.
    Last edited by Au_Dreamers; May 17, 2020 at 08:29 AM. Reason: kindness
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    "The finding of a great treasure from the days of the Spanish Main is not the cherished dream of only the United States and Florida citizens; countless peoples from other lands have shared such thoughts. It would amaze and surprise most citizens of this country, when their dream, at the greatest of costs, was realized, the agents of respective governments would, on the most flimsy grounds, lay claim to the treasure."
    ---Judge William O.Mehrtens
    1978 Ruling Against the State of Florida

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    Perhaps a better question would be...the leases or permits are through the State...so where at the State can one go to get a map or information on the existing permits/ leases?

    I have often wondered where all of this information is kept....
    I love the taste of water, frozen into squares, and surrounded by rum

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    Yes, You hit the nail on the head.
    TW

    Quote Originally Posted by xaos View Post
    Perhaps a better question would be...the leases or permits are through the State...so where at the State can one go to get a map or information on the existing permits/ leases?

    I have often wondered where all of this information is kept....

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    There are several charts posted to Treasurenet showing the lease sites. A search might find them. I know Fisheye posted a chart of the east coast showing all the lease sites. Here is one I found.

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    They've been posted here before and obviously not much has changed, *cough BS cough*

    Shouldn't it be as simple as contacting the employees of the citizens of the state of Florida and have them provide them?

    But the Keys is a whole nother ball of wax in a bucket of sheeet!
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    "The finding of a great treasure from the days of the Spanish Main is not the cherished dream of only the United States and Florida citizens; countless peoples from other lands have shared such thoughts. It would amaze and surprise most citizens of this country, when their dream, at the greatest of costs, was realized, the agents of respective governments would, on the most flimsy grounds, lay claim to the treasure."
    ---Judge William O.Mehrtens
    1978 Ruling Against the State of Florida

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    Yes there are some maps posted, but nothing I would reply on to either avoid jumping someones permit.


    Boundaries with Lat/Long? Certainly there must be a State held database, or the information is virtually worthless.

    If you are out on the water, and someone says you are on my permit, I would say prove it? How would they do that?

    Conversely, how does one prove the boundary of their permit?

    (I am asking, as I dont know how the permits are managed)
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    There is an email address listed here:

    https://dos.myflorida.com/historical...ter-site-file/

    There is language about the location of archaeological sites, and perhaps some other things, not being made public.

    The applicable law is here:

    1A-31. Procedures For Conducting Exploration And Salvage Of Historic Shipwreck Sites, 1A. Division of Historical Resources, 1. Department of State, Florida Administrative Code

    but no helpful information about lease maps etc.

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    xaos,
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    "The finding of a great treasure from the days of the Spanish Main is not the cherished dream of only the United States and Florida citizens; countless peoples from other lands have shared such thoughts. It would amaze and surprise most citizens of this country, when their dream, at the greatest of costs, was realized, the agents of respective governments would, on the most flimsy grounds, lay claim to the treasure."
    ---Judge William O.Mehrtens
    1978 Ruling Against the State of Florida

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    xaos,
    sub-contractors keep a copy onboard
    Thanks...how is the area defined? Lat/Long boundaries?

    Would be nice to know what areas are under claim/permit...

    I have seen this format as well..similar to an Admiralty Claim, which has a center and a radius...still...no details..


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    I suggest you try and make contact with Brent Brisben... who owns the rights to answer your question.

    The lead you are looking for is him.... look up "Queens Jewels, LLC, Sebastian, Florida"... and try and make contact via the Facebook page or web page etc.

    I actually have an old cell phone number for him but I am not willing to pass that on... besides it is almost a decade old now... no telling if still good.
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