Seafarer also holds an active, previously issued, Admiralty in Rem claim by the United States District Court giving Seafarer true, sole and exclusive ownership of the unidentified shipwreck at Juno Beach.
After months of research, preparation, and scanning with the SeaSearcher, we were amazed by the sheer amount of late-1700s to mid-1800s artifacts discovered at the Melbourne Beach Ring Site, listing this newly discovered historic shipwreck in the Florida Master Site File system.
Seafarer Exploration Corp. (OTCQB: SFRX) announced today that starting this week, it will begin sharing underwater archaeology and exploration with the public on an expected weekly basis on different media platforms, including YouTube.
Mr. Thyssen’s vast experience working with tech-enabled companies, coupled with his love of the oceans and preserving what is beneath them, not only adds tremendous value to Seafarer but also aligns with the core of our professional archaeologically sensitive objectives.
Board Member, Brad Clark, and CEO, Kyle Kennedy, discuss company motivation and excitement, a 3rd SeaSearcher, the status of Area 2 site plan approval, and gaining exclusive rights to conduct recovery operations at the Juno Beach wreck site.
Seafarer Exploration Corp. (OTCQB: SFRX) announced today they have received from the Florida Department of State a notice of lack of authority to permit or deny recovery activities on the unidentified shipwreck on Juno Beach.