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July 7, 2014
08:34 EDTOMEXOdyssey Marine receives updated assessment of Oceanica Resources deposit
Odyssey Marine Exploration has received an NI 43-101 compliant "Technical Report: Revised Assessment" that concludes the measured and indicated phosphorite resources at the Oceanica deposit now total 327.2M ore tonnes at 18.5% P2O5, an increase of 20% over the last preliminary assessment total of 273.5M ore tonnes. An independent Qualified Person (QP) produced the updated report, which provides an extensive preliminary evaluation of a portion of the mineral deposit controlled by Odyssey's subsidiary, Oceanica Resources, S. de. R.L. However, the report does not yet include an evaluation of the entire deposit, rather only data derived from 199 drill holes, which have been tested and analyzed to date. This compares to 161 drill holes previously analyzed. The samples do not include concession areas where testing has not yet been conducted nor areas below the core sample depth where the core ended with full mineralization. Thus, additional testing is expected to increase the measured and indicated phosphorite resources in the deposit, and updates will be provided when completed.
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July 18, 2014
08:44 EDTOMEXOdyssey Marine recovers over 13,500 silver, gold coins from SS Central America
Odyssey Marine Exploration, announces operational reports and inventories of items recovered from the SS Central America shipwreck site. These items were initially filed under seal in the United States District Court, Eastern District of Virginia, Norfolk Division. Chief U.S. District Judge Rebecca Beach Smith has allowed the reports to be unsealed and made available to the public. Odyssey has been working since April under contract to Ira Owen Kane, the receiver for Recovery Limited Partnership, or RLP. RLP is the court-appointed salvor-in-possession of the SS Central America shipwreck. The inventories detail the items recovered to date, which include gold ingots, nuggets, dust and a wide variety of gold coins from $20 double eagles down through $10, $5, $2.50 and $1 gold coins, as well as California fractional gold, territorials and a wide variety of foreign gold. Additional significant cultural heritage artifacts have been identified and will be recovered.

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