Diver finds $1 Million in coins off Florida coast

Diver finds $1 Million in coins off Florida coast

Explorers find $1 million in gold coins and chains from the Spanish ship 1715 Fleet that shipwrecked off the Florida coast on July 31, 1715.

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19 Responses

  1. nkawtg says:

    Too bad Spain maintains claims to all found treasure from it’s sunken
    ships. They don’t even pay a finders fee. If I found a sunken Spanish ship
    I would never post it since the Spanish government will come a knocking.

  2. damon carrawell says:

    So how does this work? Does he get to keep it all? 

  3. Nathan Kelly says:

    Did anyone else see the shark at 1:55? Omg!

  4. Nick Bartosiewicz says:

    I bet he stayed there for an other 7 hours

  5. Ian Kim says:

    Sounds like a drowning Pyro.

  6. Mr. Wolf says:

    I love the guys excitement xD

  7. Сандугаш Турысбекова says:

    Я Думала, что от радости захлебнется!!!! Молодец! Удачи!!

  8. ThatUncutRaw says:

    Kudos to this guy, but he might have the most annoying celebration voice
    I’ve ever heard.

  9. Neavris says:

    Seems fake.

  10. mr83 says:

    Some people have so much luck, whereas some are stuck in a night shift job,
    struggling to pay bills, doesnt have a social life anymore and losing their

    I just want to hear stories of someone deserving getting a chance. It
    doesnt even have to be me …although it would help!

  11. laurens goossen says:

    Why didn’t he take all the coins?

  12. duke0001 says:

    I dont want to spoil the fun, but those coins look very new, and very
    rounded. Back in 1715, coins werent perfectly round like in video. So
    this is fake

  13. Абрам Полянский says:

    Обама чмо?

  14. JazzKeyboardist1 says:

    Finding those coins was luckier than winning Anton Chigurh’s coin toss in
    No country for old men?

  15. billiam braskey says:


  16. Steve P says:

    Any confirmation this is legit?
    Clearly looks staged to me.
    I think most of us would start picking up all pieces visible and not focus
    on only one and even turning away from the ‘find’ towards the end…