- Land/Shallow Water Search
Cost For My Service
I work on a reward basis, you pay what its worth to you and what you can afford to have me find your lost item. I have a call out fee of $35.00 if the item is not found, this covers my fuel expenses.
Beaches, Parks, Lakes, Yards, Woods, Farm Fields and Construction Sites. I use a Fisher CZ-21 Underwater Metal Detector. I also use the Fisher F-75 Limited metal detector.
All of the State of Delaware and Ocean City, Maryland... Please contact me if you are located outside of my area to discuss my traveling to your area if there is no one in your area that can help you.
Alan Seeney's Bio
I have 20 years of Metal Detecting experience.
Alan Seeney - Recent Blog Post
On 05/14/18, I received a text message as well as an email from Adam regarding the loss of his Tungsten Carbide Mens Wedding Band At Cape Henlopen State Park in Lewes, Delaware. Adam said that he had been camping over the weekend with his cub scout pack at the State Park and on Saturday 05/12/18 […]
On 01/28/17, I received a phone call from Bob regarding the loss of his Gold and Diamond ring that was lost in the dry sand on the beach in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Bob said that on the evening of 01/27/17, he was on the beach feeding the seagulls. Bob said that his ring was loose […]
On 08/20/16, I received a call from a gentleman requesting my help in finding his platinum wedding band which had been lost while playing volleyball. The gentleman stated that he had been playing volleyball during the early morning hours of 08/19/16 on a beach volleyball court located in the town of Dewey Beach, Delaware. The […]
On 08/21/16, I received a call from Tom requesting my help in locating an engagement ring that had been lost in the waters of the bay in Ocean City, Maryland. I learned that Tom and Michelle had been engaged on 08/12/16 and while visiting the Ocean City, Maryland area the ring had been lost in the […]
On 07/08/16, I was contacted by a gentleman regarding the loss of his Platinum “Jeff Cooper” wedding band with a Diamond that was lost on Lewes Beach in Delaware. I was told that he was in about two to three foot of water when his daughter reached up to grab his hand at which time she […]