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|Wabasso Beach Access Closed This Morning.|
|Vero Looking Towards Rio Mar Near Low Tide This Morning.|
Early this morning it was pretty windy and cloudy.
|Seagrape Trail Access Looking North This Morning.|
From about where the steps are in this picture to the next set of steps in the distance, there were a number of targets in the wet sand and near the water - mostly junk.
|Couple Detectorist Caught By The TreasureGuide Beach Cam This Morning.|
The big treasure news of the week is that Tommy Thompson was found. I did a post back in the summer about him missing. He was being sued by investors who claim they never got their share.
Tommy found the S. S. Central America and salvaged a reported $50 million worth of treasure.
C Man sent me this link.
L. B. sent me this link on that topic.
This article has some good news too.
Thanks for the links guys.
Odyssey Marine Explorations has been salvaging the S. S. Central America site.
Their third quarter report said, Completed the 2014 season's offshore operations at the SS Central America shipwreck site and recovered more than 15,500 silver and gold coins, 45 gold ingots, gold dust, nuggets, jewelry, and various other artifacts. Odyssey's share of the expected proceeds from the recovered cargo is far in excess of the project costs and is expected to generate a significant profit margin to Odyssey.
On the Treasure Coast expect something like a 2 to 4 foot surf for the next few days. The primary beaches have been worked hard and targets or any kind are generally scarce. You'll have to do a little more than go to the same beaches that everyone else is doing.