Underwater archaeological services
Historical & archives research
Ocean and enviromental sciences

MAI is currently associated with a team of international world class underwater archaeologists, according to the nature of the different projects. Emphasis is given to all academic and scientific aspects of the shipwrecks' recovery phases: survey, excavation, conservation, exhibit and publication.

Underwater Archaeological Services

MAI's workforce includes a team of experts in oceanographic and environmental sciences. We have been working all around the Caribbean Basin in issues related to coastal erosion, satellite analysis, ocean temperature variations, and the health of the coral ecosystems.

Ocean and Environmental Sciences


With ample experience since 1993  in nautical archives all over the world, MAI specializes in the historical research of original documentation, particularly at the Archivo General de Indias, Seville. Under the motto "shipwrecks are found in libraries first", all aspects of ocean exploration are subject to an in-depth academic research program analysis first.

Historical & 
Archival research
Marine Surveys

MAI is developing a new aerial magnetometer survey system, based on fix-wing, helicopter and drone
platforms, considered as the most accurate application currently in the world.

Marine Survey


For any inquiries, questions or comment, please call: 561-543-0394 or fill out the following form:


Head Office

1035 S State Rd 7 - Suite 315 - 7

Wellington, FL 33414



Tel: 561-543-0394

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PH.Paul-Henry Nargeolet

Marine Expert / Consultant

Washington Altez

Director of diving operations

Washington Altez MAI
German Moro

President of MAI

German Moro MAI
Dr. Robert Cembrola

Director Museology and Conservation

Roberto cembola MAI
Javier Llanes


Javier Llanes Mai
Layne Hedrick

Underwater Archaeologis

Layne Hedrick MAI


MARINE ARCHAEOLGY INTERNATIONAL is a company based in Florida specialized in historical archival research, underwater archaeological services, marine survey, environmental sciences, conservation and museology. We are currently developing projects in the United States, Spain, Colombia, Argentina, Ecuador and certain restricted areas of the Caribbean sea.  We count on a diverse team of highly qualified, permanent and guests, scientists and academics, who contribute their unique expertise to meet the technical requirements of each project.