Wednesday, December 10, 2014

12/10/14 Report - Mel Fisher Sebastian Museum Open House and Book Signing. The Mary Celeste. Celtic Coin Hoard.

Written by the TreasureGuide for the exclusive use of

Gold Torc In Celtic Coin Hoard
See link below.
The Mel Fisher Museum and Treasure Store in Sebastian will be hosting a couple of events.  First is an open house on December 14 from noon to 5 pm.

Everyone is invited.

• Free Museum Admission during the open house
• Complimentary beverages and treats
• 10% off select items in our gift shop 

On Saturday December 20 from 10 am- 2pm there will be a presentation and book signing.

... a presentation by Captain Syd & KT Jones from the “Golden Crew” of the Atocha. They will be presenting their stories and adventures of their time spent working on the Atocha site and bringing up the Mother Lode. After the presentation they will be signing copies of author Syd Jones' book Sweat of the Sun, Tears of the Moon.

Standard admission fees will apply - Adults $7, Seniors $5, Children $3.

Sebastian, Florida Museum & Treasure Store
1322 US Highway 1
Sebastian, FL 32958

For more information: (772) 589-9875


What happened on the Mary Celeste?  Why was it abandoned?  No one seems to know.


Here is the link to the article about the gold torc and Celtic coin hoard.


If you haven't been to the museum in Sebastian, this might be a good time.  Free admission during the open house.


The surf is decreasing just a little on the Treasure Coast.  Still not much erosion despite the hype on the TV news.  South Hutchinson Island down by the St. Lucie Inlet has some.

Michael T. sent in this report from Hobe Sound.  He said, I did an evening hunt at Hobe Sound hoping for some cuts but none found. Giant waves still pounding though! It was as if the whole beach got a good washing from top to bottom lol!

Dug a few good nickels and sinkers which made my heart flutter at the tones. I may try Jensen or Stuart tomorrow as well have another nice washing tonight!

Thanks Michael.

I'm not issuing any change in beach detecting conditions today.  I'm sticking with m 2 rating.

Typical Treasure Coast Beach Wednesday Morning.

One Interesting Washout.
There were a bunch of targets by the washout.  A lot of junk and a few other things.
Happy hunting,