Mosko Group

Conquistador Adventurers Ltd.

Dealing in Rental properties including Harbour Bay Shopping Centre

As a treasure searching company, Conquistador Adventurers Ltd. features the M.V. Sea Robin II, a boat registered under provisions of the Bahama Islands "Water Skiing and Motor Boat Control Act, 1970" as a "research" vessel. The vessel includes the following particulars:

  • Built in 1974 by Swift Ships, Inc. as supply vessel for Off-Shore Drilling rigs
  • Modified in 1994 for underwater salvage and treasure hunting
  • Official No.: NPO6199
  • Call Sign: C6T-2034
  • Hydraulic 15 ton telescoping boom mounted on port side
  • 2 welded aluminum duct structures (4 feet diameter) fitted to stern, designed as diverters for the propeller wash to remove sand from the sea bed
  • Length, overall: 95.2 feet
  • Breadth, molded: 22.9 feet
  • Depth, molded: 12.3 feet
  • Draft, Summer (reported): 8.0 feet
  • Fresh Water Capacity: 6,000 gallons reported, 22.7 mt
  • Fuel Capacity: 11,300 gallons, 42 mt
  • Speed: 9 knots on about 3 tons per day
  • Main Engines: 2 Detroit Diesel 12V-71N diesel engines rated at 340 BHP through Twin Disc gears and fixed propellers
  • Electricity: 1 Detroit Diesel 4-71N driving a Kato 150kW electric generator and 1 Detroit Diesel 3-71N driving a Kato 75kW electric generator

In addition to its primary activity of treasure hunting, the M.V. Sea Robin II served as a chief setting for the scenes in the 2005 film “Into the Blue”.

Lyford Cay House
Western Road
P.O. Box N-641
Nassau, Bahamas

Tel: (242) 362-4018
Fax: (242) 362-4081
Contact: Milton Mosko