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Blue Water Ventures International,Inc
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Shares Outstanding 19,495,334 a/o Sep 05, 2012
Float 1,221,166 a/o Sep 05, 2012
Authorized Shares 300,000,000 a/o Sep 05, 2012

  Meet the Leaders

The Principals

W. Keith Webb
President and CEO

W. Keith Webb, President and CEO of Blue Water Ventures Key West, entered the field of historic sunken shipwreck search and recovery with more than 20 years of achievement in the financial industry in his arsenal of skills. He began his career as the Human Resource Director for a major brokerage firm and later, with his knowledge of the brokerage business and professional relationships gained over the years, started a small boutique mergers and acquisitions firm. With success came opportunities, which eventually led to treasure salvage in the Florida Keys.

Researching the history of the 1622 Fleet shipwrecks, Keith saw an opportunity to employ his aptitudes and resources in pursuit of adventure. He assembled a topnotch crew of researchers, scientists, captain, and crew and entered into a five-year joint-venture partnership with the Mel Fisher company, pursuing lost treasures of the Santa Margarita shipwreck. Webb and his team made worldwide news time and time again with their exciting discoveries and have since expanded the scope of their pursuits to other areas in the North Atlantic, the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean.
Alan Parks
Chief Financial Officer

Alan is a versatile financial and operations expert with a track record of delivering significant results in several disciplines. With more than 30 years in senior management positions, including President, CEO, CFO and COO, he is well rounded in all areas of operations, finance, administration, sales, marketing and regulatory compliance. At 18, Alan was one of the youngest elected Controllers of a publicly-traded company in SEC history. In 1985, under the tutelage of Sir Phillip Sherlock, Alan was elected as a Director of the Caribbean Resources Development Foundation, a non-profit organization devoted to funding college educations for under-privileged students throughout the Caribbean. Alan has received numerous accolades for his highly successful introduction of new products into US markets (1st introduction of wine into US supermarkets, introduction of Clogs from Sweden). His real estate development experience includes Fisher Island, Miami International Commerce Center, 1221 Brickell, Boca Commerce Center, The Skyline Complex and several high-end resort communities for the Ginn Companies. A graduate of the University of Miami with degrees in Accounting and Finance, Alan is noted for his keen ability to formulate and implement strategies to improve operations, build new programs, reduce/save costs, position companies for growth and bring companies to their full potential.
John Arnone
Director of Business Development

Mr. Arnone has spent the last 25 years in the investment banking/financial consulting industry as an investment banker, management consultant and a hands-on investor specializing in strategic planning, corporate structure, administration and new business development. Over a period of 20 years, Mr. Arnone founded and managed two general securities broker-dealers based in New York and he held positions on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Mr. Arnone also co-founded and operated a global entertainment distribution corporation with 120 employees that under Mr. Arnone’s guidance was voted medium wholesaler of the year in the music industry (1997, 1998 and 2000) by the National Association of Recording Merchants. Mr. Arnone provides advisory and business management services as a founder, officer, director and/or shareholder to both mid-level and development stage private and public companies. He is currently the Chairman of American CryoStem Corporation a stem cell collection, processing and cryo-storage company. Mr. Arnone holds a degree in Business Administration and a BA in Economics from Kean University in New Jersey.
Pat Shane
Corporate Advisor

Pat Shane is currently advising BWVKW with regards to corporate development, sponsorships, and project research. He has worked in business finance for more than twenty-five years with a focus on corporate finance, advising small and micro-cap companies on the U.S. public financial markets for the last fifteen years.

With an extensive background in communications and marketing within the financial community, his professional network extends throughout Europe and Asia. Pat has managed a broad range of mergers and investment banking activities and has management experience in a number of industries including entertainment, media, banking, and finance, and has served on various corporate and civic boards. Prior to specializing in the equities market, Pat served as a senior financial and marketing executive with ASCAP, the world’s largest performing rights organization. He holds a B.S. degree in Finance from the University of Central Florida.
Beth Weeks-Webb
Executive Assistant and Logistics Director

Elizabeth Webb is responsible for daily administrative duties of the company; researching state and federal salvage regulations, record keeping, banking, daily accounting, employee relations and maintaining the company’s event timeline. Prior to joining the Company, Beth managed a travel company for 10 years that involved travel arrangements for corporate clients, weekly reporting to the Airline Reporting Company, office management, accounting and billing. These skills have carried over into her current responsibilities at Blue Water Ventures. Beth holds a BA degree in History and Political Science from Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida.

Operations - US & Caribbean

Dan Porter
Vice President of Operations

Dan Porter, Blue Water Ventures Vice President of Operations and Captain of The Blue Water Rose, signed on with Blue Water Ventures in 2006, bringing extensive expertise gained through 28 years of historic shipwreck search and recovery. He is responsible for a variety of Blue Water’s operations, having overseen the Key West Santa Margarita project for five years, the company’s ongoing 1715 Fleet search and recovery along the east coast of Florida, and investigating and facilitating the companies most recent undertakings in Central America. Dan literally grew up in the salvage industry - working with treasure hunting legend Mel Fisher and his protégée’s John Brandon, Mo Molinar, Fay Fields, and Dan’s own father, Don Porter. Dan’s unique qualifications, which combine old school expertise with contemporary state-of-the-art high tech knowledge, have made him one of the most proficient and sought after search and recovery directors today. Having worked on some of the most famous shipwrecks in the world, Dan has recovered millions of dollars worth of treasures, and innumerable artifacts of significant archaeological and historical importance.
John Brandon
Director of Operations - 1715 Fleet

John Brandon found his first Spanish coin on the beaches of Florida’s Treasure Coast at age 13. In 1970, at age 16, he began his association with famed treasure hunter and friend Mel Fisher, diving the wrecks of the 1715 Fleet. Since then, John has successfully recovered millions of dollars worth of treasures and artifacts from historical shipwrecks, and ranks as one of Florida’s most successful salvors. He is a widely recognized expert in the field of treasure and artifact recovery from shallow water historic shipwrecks, working on more than a dozen Spanish galleons including the 1622 Atocha and Santa Margarita, the 1715 Fleet wrecks and galleons lost in 1618 and 1628. With more than 40 years in the industry, John has accumulated extensive experience in all phases of historic shipwreck salvage, from exploration and recovery, to archaeology and history, to the politics of treasure hunting. Blue Water brought John on board with a focus on future recoveries from the 1715 Fleet wrecks, as well as potential future explorations in the Bahamas.

Media Relations

Carol Tedesco
Media Relations Liaison

Carol Tedesco's diverse résumé combines years of experience in media and public relations, marketing, and historic shipwreck research, search and recovery. She has worked with shipwreck projects in the Caribbean, South America, the U.S., the Pacific, and Africa, in capacities including archaeological diver, photographer, project planner, researcher/writer, curator and treasure coin expert. She co-produced and directed two highly acclaimed national tours of sunken shipwreck treasures and artifacts.

Carol is author of Treasure Coins of the Nuestra Senora de Atocha and the Santa Margarita, as well as numerous archaeological mystery articles. She is a founder of the Professional Marine Explorers Society, sits on an international advisory committee for historic shipwreck research, search, and recovery, and is a member of the Explorer’s Club. Today Carol consults for some of the most prominent historic shipwreck search and recovery companies in the world. Her clients have included Arqueonautas Worldwide, Blue Water Ventures of Key West, Fathom Exploration, Mel Fisher's Treasures, Odyssey Marine Exploration, The Pilar Project, Ltd., and Robcar S.A.

Research and Archaeology

James Sinclair, MA
Chief Archeologist

James Sinclair, MA, Chief Archeologist for Blue Water Ventures, is an internationally recognized marine archaeologist who began his professional career in 1980 with the Atocha project. During his years as director of the conservation laboratories, Sinclair oversaw the conservation of over 500,000 archaeological objects and helped develop techniques currently used in many laboratories around the world today.

Sinclair’s expertise has been sought by expeditions throughout the world, including a project off of Panama seeking one of Columbus’s early ships of discovery, the Lusitania project off of Ireland, the Pilar Project in Guam, and the Flor de la Mar Project in Indonesia, to name a few. A member of the Explorers Club, James was the first professional archaeologist to visit the wreck site of the RMS Titanic and was lead archaeologist on a historic period shipwreck discovered in 16,300 feet of water in the mid Atlantic.
Read James Sinclair's Complete Bio Here.
Dr. Eugene Lyon
Project Historian

Dr. Eugene Lyon, a Florida native, served in the Korean War aboard the USS Hobson, (DMS-26). He holds a Ph.D. degree from the University of Florida, and is a specialist in Spanish colonial Florida and the Spanish maritime system.

Lyon's publications include The Enterprise of Florida, The Search for the Motherlode of the Atocha, and Pedro Menendez: a Sourcebook. The St. Augustine Historical Society published his work Richer Than We Thought, and the University of South Carolina Press published Santa Elena: A Brief History of the Colony. He wrote a monograph on Spanish colonial nails and has written many conference papers and book chapters. He has produced five National Geographic articles; one of which featured previously unpublished data on Christopher Columbus's caravel Niña, discovered by Lyon in the Spanish archives, and two of which were cover articles: Search for Columbus (January 1992), and The Manila Galleons, (September 1990).

For fourteen years, Lyon directed the St. Augustine Foundation, and carried out microfilming projects in archives in Spain, Cuba, and Minorca. The Foundation holds more than a thousand reels of microfilm related to Spanish Florida or colonial shipwrecks. Much of that material has been translated into English for inclusion in an accessible database.

From data he uncovered in the Archives of the Indies, Lyon enabled the salvor Mel Fisher to locate and definitively identify the sunken ships Nuestra Senora de Atocha and Santa Margarita in the lower Florida Keys. He received the grade of Oficial in the Order of Isabella from King Juan Carlos of Spain, and the grade of Comendador in the Order of Christopher Columbus, from the President of the Dominican Republic. The City of St. Augustine awarded him its highest honor, the Order of La Florida, and in 2003 the Florida Historical Society gave him the Jillian Prescott Award for lifetime service to Florida History. In 2005, he received the Mel Fisher Lifetime Achievement Award.
Bill Muir
Ship Historian

Bill is a WWII veteran having enlisted in the U.S. Navy when he was seventeen to serve in the South Pacific. His ship was involved in the invasions of the Marianas, the Carolines, Guam, Ulithi, and was torpedoed and sunk during the Lingayen Gulf invasion. He survived the great typhoon in 1944 and the disastrous fuel tanker fire at the Ulithi Atoll. After the war, Bill studied aeronautical engineering for four years at the University of Alabama. He was employed in the engineering department of the Key West Naval Air Station, was an inspector for new construction with the First Federal Savings and Loan, and was involved in architectural design in the Florida Keys.

Bill's interest in naval history and ships led him to join the Key West Maritime Heritage Society in the early 1970's, at which time he became actively involved with underwater archaeology and the study of early sailing ship construction techniques. He played a major role in the archaeological study of the Santa Margarita top-timber framing discovered in 1980, and the lower hull framing of the Atocha, as well as the detailed measurement and resulting drawings of the recovered bronze guns and anchors, etc., of both vessels. His ship drawings have been published widely, including the Nautical Research Journal and Seafarers Journal, Vol 1.

Technical Specialists

Cliff Sirman
Senior Application Developer, Webmaster

After serving honorably in the US Air Force as a Protective Service and Counterintelligence Officer, protecting the President and Vice President of the United States and foreign dignitaries, Cliff took his Bachelor of Science and three Associate of Science degrees into the civilian world to work for top companies such as Washington Mutual, Bank of America, The Mayo Clinic, AT&T, Pfizer and Alltel, to name a few, developing world class database driven, web based applications. He spent several years heading the IT division of Mel Fishers Treasures where he turned his talents towards developing the companies Marine Archaeological Artifact Database, centralizing the data, and making it available on the internet for the general public to view.

Cliff was selected by the scientific committee of the 10th International Congress - "Cultural Heritage and New Technologies", in Vienna, Austria to present a lecture on how the "Historic Artifact Research Database", hosted by a private sector marine salvage company can benefit all those involved in this nature of work be it for profit or academic.
Ron Pierson
Graphic Design Technologies and Multi-Media, Webmaster

Ron Pierson is a US Air Force veteran with over 20 years of honorable service. Soon after retiring from the Air Force in 2005, Ron moved to Key West to enjoy a fun new career and a slower pace. He is an accomplished and skilled designer and self-taught photographer with work displayed in publications such as Mar & Pesca International, The Robb Report Collection, Discover Boating, The Las Vegas Guide, Wreck Diving Magazine, Travel Host Magazine, The Japanese Tourist Guide, and a variety of other publications and media sources around the world. Ron has produced thousands of professional quality photos both underwater and above and is a master of the art of “high-end” treasure photography.

Ron earned his Associates Degree in Human Services from the Community College of the Air Force and a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Visual Communication/Graphic Design from American Intercontinental University where he graduated Summa Cum Laude.

International Business Development

Yianni Melas
Business Development, Mediterranean & India Regions

At four years of age, Yianni Melas heard that Napoleon Bonaparte had given his great-great-grandfather a sword studded with jewels. Even better, a piece of this treasure was said to be buried in his own backyard. Soon Melas’ backyard in Greece was filled with holes as he embarked up on what has become a lifetime’s search for treasure.

Yianni’s love for gems grew with visits to his godfather's jewelry store. He attended school in the United States and found his way to the Gemological Institute of America. After graduating he became an instructor at the GIA where he was known for a dynamic, unique teaching style.

Melas has worked for Swarovski, with diamond manufacturer Lev Levlev, and was personal advisor to renowned designer David Yurman. Through this work he has sought to develop Botswana's gem industry, with the belief that supporting an industry that would create jobs would allow self-empowerment to thrive.

Today Mr. Melas – who is married to author Ekaterina Vitebskaya-Melas, a criminal lawyer and ex President Of Fashion TV -- is based out of Limassol Cyprus, designing and creating jewelry inspired by his extensive world travels. While his love for jewelry design may keep him occupied for long periods, all it takes to send him packing is a whiff of buried treasure somewhere across the globe. Today Yianni is working with Blue Water Ventures to create a line of jewelry to showcase the famous Santa Margarita pearls.
Patrick McCaffrey
Business Development, UK

After a long successful career as the C.E.O. of a number of highly reputed private corporations, Patrick is now following his passion for collecting rare and historical objects. He combines his expertise in sales and management with his interest in anything with historical significance. Patrick also has an avid interest in all forms of motor sport and is involved in sourcing some of the world’s rarest and most collectible cars for select clients.
Jill McCaffrey
Marketing, UK

Following an English private school education and a successful career in Marketing within the Telecom Industry, Jill has chosen to combine her passions for history, rarity and luxury lifestyle goods. She is a European agent for Italy’s most famous niche car design company, exclusively marketing and selling their latest luxury high-performance vehicle, and she continues to pursue her love of writing both as an aspiring children’s fiction author and a published freelance journalist.

Never Forgotten

John R. Whitesel
Technical Illustrator and Animator

The Blue Water Ventures team remembers the late John R. Whitesel, creator of our 3D ship animation. As an artist, producer, technical illustrator and animator, John created award-winning work for documentaries, universities, museums and a wide range of corporations. Employing state of the art 3D modeling and animation, and an eye for detail, he excelled at transforming complex technical ideas and concepts of engineers, designers, architects, and historians into exciting and understandable visual presentations.
Dennis Cousins
Magnetometer and Technical Support

The Blue Water Ventures team remembers the late Dennis Cousins. With 32 years of metal and managerial experience behind him, Dennis retired from Reynolds Metals Company in 2002. His decades of sailing and powerboat adventures paid off in a knowledge of areas of the Northern Caribbean which then expanded to an interest in Spanish Colonial sunken shipwrecks. Soon, his studies and comprehension of the technical aspects of treasure hunting led him to Blue Water Ventures. Dennis set off on his greatest adventure in 2009, and he is missed by one and all. Bon Voyage Dennis!

Historic Background
  • In 1492, when Columbus sailed in search of new lands, the monarchy of Spain was a monarchy that consumed money ravenously - and dangerously -because it did not have its own reliable source of precious metals.
  • With a desperate need for money and a conviction of entitlement to acquire it at any cost, the kingdom of Spain’s approach was to plunder the resources of others.
  • Little more than 100 years after the first voyage of Columbus, Spain’s boundless lust for riches – and glory, and souls to convert – had resulted in the conquest of much of the Caribbean, Mexico, and the America’s – the New World.
  • Spain very rapidly became the most powerful country on earth because of its control of New World commodities.
  • To transport vast amounts of plundered riches, massive wooden ships sailed in organized fleets, or flotas, each with a particular purpose and route. Each year these ships voyaged from Spain to the Americas along a route called the Carrera de Indias.
  • When ships full of New World silver and gold were lost at sea, the economic chain reaction was far-reaching and often devastating.



Gold Bars

Gold Discs, Bars, and Bits
Tejos, Barras, Pedazos de Barras

By Carol Tedesco
“Gold is most excellent,” 15th century explorer Christopher Columbus penned in his sea journal, “of gold there is formed treasure…” Columbus also compared the taste of iguana to chicken. In some ways, life has not changed much in the five centuries that separate his quests from those of modern adventurers. It is still common to compare the taste of almost everything to chicken, and gold is still considered “most excellent.”

Following the Spanish conquest of the Americas, the precious metal gold was commonly transported from the New World to the Old in the form of bars, discs and bits—tejos, barras, y pedazos de barras. 

With a value ratio of 16 to 1 between gold and silver, an individual in possession of gold was a very wealthy individual indeed, and while entrepreneurial free-enterprise was a heady reality for Spaniards in the Americas, the Spanish crown claimed a slice from its subjects wealth for itself. This slice came in the form of the “royal fifth” or “quinto,” a 20% tax on all bullion—the Kingdom of Spain’s foremost source of profit from its New World colonies.

Most gold bullion bars, discs, and bits found by shipwreck explorers display markings that impart information about the individual piece: The small nick of missing gold at the rounded tip of the upper partial bar in the photo is the “assayers bite.” The assayer, whose job was to attest to the purity of the metal, scooped out the hollow, or “bite” from the bar and tested it. Then, the degree of purity—the karat rating—was stamped onto the bar in Roman numerals. Small dots following the purity rating each represent an additional 1/4 karat. The assayer kept the “bite” as a payment for doing the work. Some gold bars have been discovered with the karat markings scratched into them, rather than stamped. The circular stamps are tax stamps. These indicate that the quinto was paid on the bullion. Some bars have been discovered without tax stamps, indicating that they were either property of the Catholic church and exempt from taxation, or smuggled contraband. Since money was valued and spent by purity and weight, it was not uncommon to cut bars (and coins) into pieces.

While silver in the ocean quickly becomes blackened and encrusted—and nearly unrecognizable to an untrained eye—gold is a “noble metal,” not subject to corrosion and encrustation, and is instantly recognizable, its enigmatic beauty undiminished.


 Blue Water Ventures International, Inc. Presents:

Welcome to the Adventure

Few adventures are more enticing to the imagination than the search for and discovery of sunken shipwrecks filled with lost treasures and tales of history and human drama. This is the work that the exploration team of Blue Water Ventures does every day, on some of the most important and exciting shipwreck sites in the world.

Combining the best of entrepreneurial enterprise and a passion for preserving the past, Blue Water has achieved worldwide prominence since its founding in 2005 by finance industry entrepreneur W. Keith Webb.

During its developmental years, Blue Water Ventures engaged in successful search and recovery of the 1622 fleet galleon Santa Margarita located near Key West, FL. From 2006 to 2011, utilizing proprietary new technologies, the Blue Water team recovered more than $16 million in rare and extraordinary treasures and artifacts from the widely dispersed shipwreck trail.

Today, as the company launches Phase II of its ten-year plan, it is exploring shipwrecks on the east coast of Florida, and is poised for a cycle of international expansion.

As part of its Phase II development, Blue Water Ventures’s plan to become a publicly traded company has now become a reality (OTC:BWVI) thereby increasing its stature and creating exciting new opportunities for growth, expansion, and reward for its shareholders.

Through the application of historic research and the combined skills of a world-class team of professionals utilizing proprietary new technologies, Blue Water’s mission is to locate and recover historic sunken ships whose cargos offer material, intellectual, and social rewards. Our goal is to be the best in the field.

As a member of the Professional Marine Explorers Society, Blue Water Ventures is committed to the mission of responsible and cooperative exploration of our shared marine environment through industry best practices and standards, open dissemination of knowledge, transparency of intent, and international cooperation.

There are an estimated 3 million shipwrecks lying beneath the waterways of the world, each with a unique story to tell. You are invited to Join the Adventure today.
W. Keith Webb            

 Professional Marine Explorers

Blue Water Ventures is proud to announce that CEO W. Keith Webb has joined the board of directors of the Professional Marine Explorers Society, a not-for-profit, international, professional industry trade and advocacy society composed of marine exploration industry leaders, businesses, equipment manufactures, dive organizations, educational groups, researchers, and others engaged in and dedicated to responsible marine exploration and discovery.

Your membership supports the Society’s mission to advocate for, promote and publicly represent the interests and accomplishments of responsible marine explorers. As a member of the Professional Marine Explorers Society you join other marine industry professionals and concerned parties in a unified mission focused on the enactment of reasonable laws, regulations and governmental policies, as well as increasing public awareness of our industry’s many accomplishments and the resulting public benefits.
Visit and join today!

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#1457   Blue Water Ventures International, Inc. Completes Initial Restructuring DF 09/13/16 01:39:14 PM
#1456   News out..first in about a year.. DF 09/13/16 01:39:07 PM
#1455   Couple little taps here today... joesco 05/09/16 03:46:23 PM
#1454   Don't know but muy stupido desperito imo lol DF 03/21/16 04:03:22 PM
#1453   Ouch, who's selling at .09?! joesco 03/21/16 03:19:54 PM
#1452   Acting crazy here today. joesco 02/19/16 01:09:53 PM
#1451   Gettin' Tight Today: .13 X .159 joesco 02/10/16 03:27:50 PM
#1450   Nice fat bid here today... joesco 01/28/16 11:43:02 AM
#1448   BlueWaterVentures' 1715 Treasure Fleet Finds joesco 01/19/16 07:29:37 PM
#1447   .13 X .22 joesco 01/14/16 09:22:16 AM
#1446   Sweet... Things opened up here today! joesco 01/13/16 02:54:20 PM
#1445   Damn it, someone jumped the bid... I was joesco 01/12/16 02:59:17 PM
#1444   Spread in place again... Large bid. joesco 01/12/16 11:25:06 AM
#1443   .0505 X .15 currently... Big Spread. joesco 01/06/16 11:36:03 AM
#1442   GM Joe! Some nice UTs today and early DF 12/30/15 10:40:09 AM
#1441   yup..and if ceo pulls a few key things DF 12/24/15 09:42:41 AM
#1440   I'll tell you one thing... This ticker has joesco 12/24/15 09:37:46 AM
#1439   Thanks man! Yes sir 16 will be BWVIs DF 12/24/15 09:34:46 AM
#1438   Mornin' Bro! Merry Christmas! joesco 12/24/15 09:27:26 AM
#1437   GM BWVI!)Merry Christmas to all and Happy Holidays! DF 12/24/15 09:11:56 AM
#1436   Thanks Joey!)) DF 12/14/15 01:48:55 PM
#1435   Good Afternoon D! Happy Holidays to you as joesco 12/14/15 01:44:21 PM
#1434   GM Joey! Hoping everyone has a nice holiday season!)) DF 12/14/15 09:11:36 AM
#1433   Bid Taken Out. joesco 12/10/15 03:14:10 PM
#1432   Bid Building Here. joesco 12/10/15 03:09:50 PM
#1431   I seem to endlessly get the shaft on joesco 12/09/15 03:23:50 PM
#1430   GM Joey!) BWVI getting there bro! Looking forward DF 11/25/15 09:15:05 AM
#1429   KEITH WEBB NUMBER OF SHARES OWNED 13,680,000 joesco 11/23/15 07:12:19 PM
#1428   converts .02s, maybe worth a look if it threewheeler 11/22/15 04:49:52 PM
#1427   BWVI promotion starting today. hal8445 11/22/15 04:45:12 PM
#1426   Ask-bid comin' together here... Someone hangin' 60,000+ Shares joesco 11/20/15 02:08:57 PM
#1425   Yoo! Yes yes like that its holding up DF 11/20/15 09:43:27 AM
#1424   Mornin' Big Cat! .131 X .20 joesco 11/20/15 09:33:20 AM
#1423   GM Joey!! Getting there!) DF 11/20/15 09:26:25 AM
#1422   Some BWVI Action: .11 x .20... joesco 11/09/15 01:42:24 PM
#1421   Looks like someone is systematically cleaning this ticker joesco 11/06/15 02:50:44 PM
#1420   Looks good! joesco 10/22/15 01:11:43 PM
#1419   and hit DF 10/22/15 10:08:59 AM
#1418   GM Joey! Looking better now .20s up?! DF 10/22/15 10:08:37 AM
#1417   Blue Water Ventures International, Inc. (BWVI) Announces Formation joesco 10/02/15 01:50:06 PM
#1416   Would be interested to know about the agreements Monroe1 09/30/15 07:22:31 PM
#1415   Passionate about What's Underneath the Sea? Consider Technology joesco 09/30/15 02:12:20 PM
#1414   $BWVI Blue Water Ventures International, Inc. Announces the $Pistol Pete$ 09/30/15 09:24:49 AM
#1413   Treasure Found Around the World Will Be Marketed stevo51 09/30/15 09:19:52 AM
#1412   NEWS:BWVI: Blue Water Ventures International, Inc. Announces the stevo51 09/30/15 09:04:06 AM
#1411   Blast from the Past: ‘Incredible’ $4.5-million sunken treasure joesco 09/25/15 07:48:15 PM
#1410   GM! Sweet article! DF 09/03/15 09:23:41 AM
#1409   Blue Water Ventures: Recovering the lost treasures of joesco 09/02/15 09:56:46 PM
#1408   GM Joey! Good stuff. Whomever got the chalice DF 08/19/15 09:24:59 AM
#1407   Blue Water Ventures International, Inc. Announces the Sale joesco 08/19/15 09:06:09 AM