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EXPL Endurance Expl Group
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    'Ship Wreck Recovery Company' Treasure !!!!!!

    Number of common shares outstanding at February 15, 2014: 35,770,947

    Equipment : 100-foot survey vessel, tethered side-scan sonar units, and light work-class and inspection Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROV), “Shackleton 1” and “Squirt”.

    Project “Sailfish” – Current Status

    Side-scan sonar survey operations on Project “Sailfish” began in July of 2013, and continued through the summer weather window until September 2013. Over the course of this initial survey, approximately 700 square miles were digitally mapped. This sonar imagery was then post-processed and evaluated for potential targets.

    Additional analysis conducted in early 2014 of the side scan sonar data we collected in 2013, reveals a shipwreck target with a number of characteristics that are consistent with what we believe we would see in a side scan sonar image of, our targeted shipwreck, "Sailfish". At this point in time, we cannot confirm whether or not we have located and imaged "Sailfish" with our side scan sonar equipment. We intend to conduct an ROV inspection in early to mid-year 2014 and verify whether or not the target we have located is, or is not, "SAILFISH".

    No One is on this company yet, a Major chance for a Monster Win when PR hits the market
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