As a native of South Florida, William Neunzig grew up on the water. He became a Dive Master early in his marine career which gave him the opportunity to manage salvage operations for both private and government clients throughout the Caribbean and North America. Bill holds a "Master of Near Coastal Steam or Motor Vessels of not more than 100 Gross Tons" license with the USCG and is a highly experienced boat captain, first mate, technician, rigger and fabricator of both private and commercial vessels. Bill also gained experience operating ROV's for the Hibernia oilrig project. Bill became involved in manned submarines four years ago and, with his strong design and technical skills has participated in the rebuild of two submarines both of which were ABS certified to a depth of 1000ft. Bill is a retired firefighter with an Emergency Medical Technician certification. He holds a degree in Marine Engineering from Miami-Dade Jr. College. He enjoys golf and fishing and lives in Hollywood Florida with his wife and two children. CV available upon request.
CVs for our other team members (Edward Hoefing, David Norquist , Marvin Poole, Michael Camp, Steven Willis and Dano Pangenkopf) are also available upon request by contacting us directly.