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By Anumaggie | Jun 07, 2022 07:21 PM

Spain embarks on world's largest treasure hunt - Spain is to buy a deep sea research vessel for this.

Spain to buy ship to try and track down sunken treasure

The sea has always had many surprises of its own. For thousands of years the latest information about the sea has been available. In the meantime, many countries have embarked on research into the ships that sank at sea many years ago and the treasures in them. Many private organizations are getting bored of sifting the oceans. In the meantime, Spain has announced plans to purchase a new deep-sea research vessel.

Spain to buy ship to try and track down sunken treasure

Treasures in the ocean

Numerous gold, silver and emerald coins from ships that sank many years ago are still believed to be in Spanish waters today. Researchers have found that 710 ships have sunk in Cuba, Panama, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Bermuda, the Bahamas and the US Atlantic Ocean.

Half of these ships were on their way from the Latin American Empire to Spain when they sank due to bad weather, collisions with rocks or pirate attacks. This is the goal of Spain.

Spain to buy ship to try and track down sunken treasure

Search Hunt

The Spanish Ministry of Defense has launched a new project to find these treasures buried under the sea. Spain to buy Underwater Intervention Maritime Action Vessel for 192 million euros It has been announced that it will be operational this year.

The ship will be equipped with remote-controlled robots and specialized sonar equipment. They will help marine archaeologists find the ruins. The Spanish Defense Ministry said the ship would also help recover the bodies of submarines and crew members stranded at sea.

Spain to buy ship to try and track down sunken treasure


Carlos Lyon, a marine archaeologist working with the Spanish Government, said: "The Spanish navy was the last to help us find the wreckage."

In 2007, Odyssey Marine Exploration, a US treasure hunter, discovered 17 tons of gold from the Spanish ship Neustra Senora de los Mercedes, which sank in the southern Portuguese waters. If Spain's deep-sea treasure recovery program succeeds, it will be known as the most prosperous country in the world.

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