Capt. Dan and the crew of the Wreck Valley are available for shipwreck and
Bielenda with a 2000 pound Anchor recovered from the
shipwreck. Two 2000 pound lift bags were used to float the artifact. It took
over10 hours to tow the anchor back to the dock.
crew uses an hydraulic hoist to lift the propeller from the
Vallerie E shipwreck
Torches to cut through the wrecks 5" dia propeller shaft. Then three 250
pound Subsalve lift bags sent the artifact to the surface.
This anchor was salvaged
from the Pilot Boat
wreck. It was sent to the surface with subsalve lift bags then towed back to
This propeller was salvaged
from the Bronx Queen
shipwreck. It took over 35 dives to recover. Divers used everything from
hydraulic grinders to
torches and a 6000 pound lift bag to recover the artifact.
Dan Berg and John
Lachenmayer with a brass door frame. This frame was raised with a single 500
pound lift bag and then brought aboard with a block and tackle.
Note that chains were used to rig
anchor for lift and towing. Rope would note hold up for a long tow and cable
can fail. Photo by Dan Berg
Aaron Hirsh with 2000 pound
Subsalve lift bag after artifact surfaced.
Phil Senk with the same lift
bag now under tow.
Jamie Arkins and Fred Belise
with the Coal
Wrecks stem post. These three rudder gudgeons (hinge to vessels rudder)
were raised by Capt. Dan Berg and the crew of the
Valley. They used two 2000 pound lift bags and then towed back to port.
Capt. Dan and the crew of the Wreck Valley are available for
shipwreck and treasure salvage. We can recover items ranging from lost gold rings and jewelry to
raising sunken boats. We utilize state of the art metal detectors, side scan
sonar and Commercial Subsalve Lift Bags. Not only can we find your lost item but
we can also raise it! Contact Capt. Dan at the below listed # for a Free price
We offer several Salvage Videos all
are VHS 30 min $19.95 Anchor Salvage, Propeller Salvage, and much more.
See 6000 pound lift bags, broco torches, hyd saws, etc (Click on video cover for
complete video listing)
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