Chris De Felice
Chris De Felice is a leader in the field of Marine Science and Technology. Chris is the product developer and inventor of the RAPID DIVER system. He has also developed numerous other successful marine technology products.
To ensure the continuation of our successful expeditions, both domestic and international, based on factual historical and archival research, utilizing the best professionals in the industry. Also to provide a return on investment while maintaining the highest archaeological standards.
Insisto Vestri Somnium
Insistion Vestri Somnium is Latin for "Follow Your Dream". We invite you join us and follow your dream to find Lost & Sunken Treasure!
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Chris De Felice
|Chris de Filice with Combat Rapid Diver|
Christopher De Felice has been a diver since age 12 (1976), and was the first to be certified Advanced Scuba (now considered Master Diver) at age 16. His first experience in the dive industry was in dive retail near his home town in Massachusetts where he gained his underwater skills and developed a deep appreciation with the diving industry "I knew then that I wanted to do something big in the diving, I grew up watching the Cousteau specials, it seemed anything was possible underwater". The love of the water and a spirit of adventure led Christopher to an exciting career in the US Navy. "It's hard to believe that since the bombing in Beirut in 1983 we are still on the frontline of terrorism". "I feel proud of my contribution and am as equally excited to be developing the next generation of dive equipment for the Military."The Naval experience fed Christopher's enthusiasm for big technology. This officially launched Christopher in the sub business and into film and TV. "This is a time when I knew I was on the right track; I combined all of my interests and talents into a micro-niche area of the subsea entertainment industry."
This led to a host of opportunities with film and TV. Christopher found himself taking on projects with MTV, The Discovery Channel, National Geographic, and the BBC. "Some of the more interesting projects were filming dolphins in 3D for Sony, working with the second unit team on a James Bond film and traveling the globe with the underwater expedition team "Team Atlantis"
Treasure Expeditions: treasure hunting, archaeology and shipwreck recovery