Dive on a Spanish Galleon with world famous Treasure Hunters
This is a must do for everyone who ever wanted to learn about Treasure Hunting or for a once in a lifetime experience diving on a Spanish Galleon in the Florida Keys
Sunken Treasure Workshop Dates
February 27th 2021
April 24th 2021
June 26th 2021
August 28th 2021
October 23rd 2021
For Information Please Call: (321)-427-7130
The experience of a lifetime awaits you as you now have the opportunity to spend the day with real successful Treasure Hunters in the Florida Keys Learning How to find Sunken Treasure on the 1733 fleet of Spanish Galleons. Captain Carl Fismer "FIZZ" & Bradley Williamson who have over 60 years of combined experience will teach you how to find and recover lost Sunken Treasure and you will SCUBA DIVE or Snorkel on two wreck sites of a 1733 Spanish Galleon.
This is a must do for anyone who ever wanted to learn about Treasure Hunting!
Learn to Find Sunken Treasure and Dive on Two Spanish Treasure Galleons Sites
The day will start at 9:00 sharp in the Keys where the attendees will have their classroom courses will be taught at the History of Diving Museum where Capt. Carl Fismer has some of his artifacts he has found on display. The first session will be about historic and current sunken treasure recovery projects. The next session will cover on how to decide on a sunken treasure recovery project based on factors such as cargo, dive conditions, legal regulations, etc. The third session will focus on how to obtain funding for your recovery project. In the next session we will discuss current techniques for locating the treasure shipwreck. The fifth session will address recovery procedures and techniques. And finally we will share how to document and preserve recoveries.
We will then take a lunch break for about and hour and meet up at Capt. Slates SCUBA Adventures to hop aboard a dive boat and extend the classroom session out on to a actual treasure Spanish Galleon Shipwreck from the 1733 fleet. Here we will provide and actual hands on underwater classroom session and discussion. The water in the tropical Keys is always warm and gin clear, while we will take photos, you are more then welcome to bring your own camera or underwater video equipment. Our own Treasure Hunter and Divemaster Marc Littleton will also be in the water with you taking photos of your once of a lifetime adventure.
After returning to the dock we will meet up at a local restaurant / bar (TBD) to regal the adventures of our day, answer any questions and have fun. We will also award Sunken Treasure Workshop Certificates signed by both Captain Carl Fismer, Captain Bradley Williamson and Marc Littleton
The day will start at 9:00 AM. The Workshop is at a location that will be announced (Classes are amid displays of recovered treasure and artifacts many of which Capt. Fismer found himself) the address is 81915 Overseas Highway Islamorada, Fl 33036 Phone:(305)664-0062. We stop for lunch around 12:00 and we will meet up again at the Dive Shop to take our class out to the 1733 Spanish Galleon sites. At 1:00PM sharp boat departs at Capt. Slates SCUBA Adventures 90791 Old Highway Unit 1 Tavernier, FL 33080 (800)331-3483
Our minimum class size is four people min and our max size is 18. We will make special arrangements for groups of four or more. If you are a club or large group please contact us in advance of your purchase as we have discounts and money making opportunities for dive shops and Clubs.
Question: Do I have to be a certified diver to take the workshop?
Answer: No, if you are not certified you can snorkel in the crystal clear waters of the Florida Keys.
Question: How deep are the Galleons?
Answer: In 1733 the Galleons were pushed on to a reef during a hurricane, so they are in shallow waters. The deepest dive you will do if you are using dive gear is 30 feet.
Question: Can you tell us a good place to stay while visiting?
Answer: If you visit Capt Slates Dive Adventures they have an area on the website that will give you an idea about where to stay. The button below will take you to their website.