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June 08, 2014 
Captain Robert Mayne of Florida-based shipwreck salvage company Aqua Quest International looks out of... 
Puerto Lempira, Honduras 
Captain Robert Mayne of Florida-based shipwreck salvage company Aqua Quest International looks out of... 
Captain Robert Mayne of Florida-based shipwreck salvage company Aqua Quest International looks out of his cell at the jail in Puerto Lempira, on the Mosquito coast of northeastern Honduras June 7, 2014. The crew of the Tarpon Springs-based shipwreck salvage company has been held for a month in the Honduras jail after authorities accused them of gun smuggling, a company spokesman said on Thursday. Stephen Mayne of Aqua Quest International, a brother of Captain Mayne, said the company had a contract with a local municipality to do salvage work. Stephen Mayne said the company told port officials in advance they would be carrying guns for protection against pirates. Colonel Antonio Sanchez, a spokesman for the Honduran armed forces, said the crew was arrested because they did not have permits to possess guns in the country. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW MARITIME) 
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