Robert Marx

Robert E. Marx

Physician at American Medical Writers Association

Location:
30 West Gude Drive Suite 525, Rockville, Maryland, United States
HQ Phone:
(240) 238-0940

General Information

Experience

Archaeology Editor - Argosy

President - SeaWorld Inc

Archaeological Consultant - Seahawk Deep Ocean Technology

Managing Director - Maritime Archaeological Partners , Inc.

Director - Port Royal Museum of Sunken Treasure

Education

DDS

Recent News  

http://www.diversdiscount.com/resources/eventcalendar.asp_ID_32

This year´s speaker will be Robert Marx who is best known for his remarkable exploits in the fields of underwater archaeology and maritime history.His adventures have taken him throughout the world and led to the discovery of Spanish and Manila galleons, Civil War ironclads, French, English and Dutch shipwrecks as well as Mayan temple sites in the remote jungles of British Honduras.In addition to countless salvage endeavors, he was the Director of Archaeological Excavation of the sunken city of Port Royal, Jamaica, which sank in 1692 during an earthquake and was knighted by the Spanish government for being co-leader and navigator on the voyage of the Nina II, an endeavor to sail a replica of the Columbus' caravel across the Atlantic. A prolific writer, Marx has authored over 500 scientific and popular articles and over 45 books dealing with shipwrecks, sunken treasureand underwater exploration.He brings to the Banquet a lifetime of firsthand experiences and stories.

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California Diving News - Scuba Calendar - Upcoming Events for November 2000

Marx to Speak at CA Wreck Divers Banquet - Jan. 20Legendary underwater explorer Robert Marx will be the guest speaker at the California Wreck Divers Annual Banquet held in Marina del Rey, California in January.Marx is best known for his remarkable exploits in the fields of underwater archaeology and maritime history.His adventures have taken him throughout the world and led to the discovery of Spanish and Manila galleons, Civil War ironclads, French, English and Dutch shipwrecks, as well as Mayan temple sites in the remote jungles of British Honduras.In addition to countless salvage endeavors, he was the Director of Archaeological Excavation of the sunken city of Port Royal, Jamaica, which sank in 1692 during an earthquake, and was knighted by the Spanish government for being co-leader and navigator on the voyage of the Nina II, an endeavor to sail a replica of Columbus' caravel from Palos, Spain to San Salvador.A prolific writer, Marx has authored over 500 scientific and popular articles and over 45 books dealing with shipwrecks, sunken treasure and undersea exploration.He brings to the banquet a lifetime of first-hand experiences and stories in his slide presentation.

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