Intersal is a Florida based “S” corporation which in 1996 discovered Queen Anne’s Revenge (QAR), flagship of Blackbeard the Pirate, near Beaufort Inlet, NC in 1718. Since then Intersal has searched for El Salvador, a privately-owned Spanish merchant vessel which also sank near Beaufort Inlet, in 1750.
Based on the 1996 discovery of Blackbeard’s QAR, Intersal holds media rights to all commercial narrative (pictures, video, etc.) of the QAR project; and right to make and market both exact replicas and collectable reproductions of QAR artifacts.
El Salvador’s treasure consists of four chests of Gold coins and sixteen chests of Silver coins, plus considerable contraband believed to include Emeralds. Total value of the treasure is (very conservatively) estimated to be in excess of $150 million dollars.
As a consulting firm, Intersal benefits from over 20 years of experience in marine operations, government/private industry relations and permitting. Intersal personnel have extensive experience in these fields, as well as military/government/private industry partnerships and technology.
“To secure additional revenue streams while searching for El Salvador.” Goal is to generate operating revenue through development of:
- a) Assets held by Intersal as a result of our 1996 discovery of QAR.
- b) Consulting opportunities in marine operations, government relations, permitting, military/private industry partnerships and technology, etc
John Masters – Chairman of the Board
David Reeder – President & CEO
Kevin Meadows – Vice President & COO
Glenn Haft – Treasurer & CFO
Allan Fields –Vice President
Thomas Moran – Vice President of Marketing & Officer
Consulting (Marine Operations,
Shipwreck Location & Recovery, Government/Military/Private Industry Partnerships & Technology)
QAR Replicas & Commercial Media
Bank: Bank of America
Glenn Haft (Haft, Steinlauf & Co)
Link Harris Law Group PLLC
McCotter, Ashton & Smith, LLP
Hartman, Davis & Wright, LLP
Horan, Wallace & Higgins, LLP
David Weinstein (DNA Partners LLC)
Rob Reedy – Research, History, Archaeology
Jim Whitaker – Marine Operations