Tim Caza is a USCG Captain and has been an active scuba diver for over 45 years, specializing in wreck diving, search and discoveries of lost ships. His diving experience has taken him to Mexico, Bonaire, Hawaii, Canada and many various islands in the Caribbean. He has been working with archeologists on some of his discoveries with 140 discoveries to date. Most of the summer you will find him on various Central New York waterways searching for more shipwrecks. Tim is married, has two sons and retired from United Parcel Service with over 30 years of service. He also enjoys camping, water skiing, hiking and spending time with his grandsons.
Dennis Gerber is a Retired Electronics Engineer. He worked on design, integration, manufacturing, and testing of radar and sonar systems for General Electric, Lockheed Martin and Syracuse Research Corporation. A scuba diver for 37 years which includes wreck diving and pleasure diving in the Great Lakes, Finger Lakes, Florida Keys, and many islands of the Caribbean. Sailor and boater for 47 years in upstate NY and the Caribbean, and also an active private pilot for 29 years. He designed and built the side scan sonar that has helped us find many of our discoveries. Also he developed the software used to communicate to, and display the sonar fish data. It was a fun, learning and enlightening project, that has developed into a design that gives very detailed images.