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.Mel Fisher's Treasure - Partial share opportunity for the Fun, Romance, and Adventure for treasure

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Posted 14 July 2010 - 03:30 AM

I was on the first atocha dive adventure where i was able to experience of a lifetime to live, eat, breath and dive for treasure and history for a week.  I walked away with a experience of a lifetime and one I will never forget.   The opportunity gave me treasure fever, that turned into becoming a investor with mel fishers, where over the past year all that i have learned a great deal about the wrecks, the artifacts, the coins and the conservation that goes into these piece so they can live on as well as the Fun the romance the adventure.  It's hard to put a value on the past year and what I have done / experienced has been worth more then the money that was invested.  I would have been in Key West more but a back injury took the wind out of that back in January.   The Fishers are known for the Atocha and the Santa Margarita, but there is more on the horizon that they are working on that could eclipse that as the hurricane in 1622 sank 5 ships.  

Even though over 400 million in treasure has been recovered from the Atocha and margarita sites the stern castle is still out there.  The  stern castle is where wealth passengers stayed, for which there were 38 members of spanish royalty onboard the Atocha and stored there personal treasure and property, as well as un-manifested contraband of silver, gold, jewels,etc.  additionally there still is over a 100,000 silver coins and 300 silver bars still to be recovered from the Atocha and 80,000 silver coins and 150 silver bars, and 35 boxes of church gold and silver, as well as tens of thousands of other items from antiquity that have not seen the light of day or human hands in nearly 400 years.  The potential return on a 1/8th share if the sterncastle is found could be 100 to 1 or better, and over several years there has been atleast a 10% ROI, and in 2007 when the lead box of pearls ( contained over 16,000 natural pearls from .01 ct to over 50 ct) was found on the margarita (total value of those pearls was over $7.7 million) was 1.8 to 1 or you investors got $18,000 in treasure for there $10,000 investment.

I have a a 1/8th share (1/8 of one percent) that is coming up for renewal very soon, that this year i am willing to consider splitting the share this year.  Normally a 1/8 the share is 10K for a one year term.  If someone wasn't able to commit to a 1/8 share but could partial this is a opportunity for you.  

Serious inquiries contact me via PM 

Investor Perks:
-The first item you find is yours as long as it is not worth more then 6x times your investment value
-Bimonthly News letter
-Emails about new finds and exciting news
-Behind the Scenes access to the conservation lab and artifact warehouse.
-Complimentary trips out to the site 
-access to the investors forum on www.melfisher.com
-20% discount at the Mel Fisher treasure sales - that is anything and everything in the shop from $10 hats, to $100K+ artifacts.
-membership to the Mel Fisher historical society museum (includes free admission to the museum) 
-Invitation to investor only events, including  Mel Fisher Days, Division week which is a week long party where investor meet to have fun a divide up the treasure.  Division week ends with a massive party at the Casa Marina resort with live music, food and plenty of fun.
-Sift for emeralds 3 times a year (Division week (may),  Mel Fisher days (July)
and more.

Disclaimer: This is a investment and risk is involved as such there is no guarantee of a return on investment

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