TAMPA, Fla., Oct. 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Seafarer Exploration Corp (OTCQB: SFRX), a company focused on the archaeologically sensitive exploration, research, and recovery of historic shipwrecks, announced the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) has granted Seafarer a two-year extension to the Corps Permit for the Juno Beach site to December 16, 2015. Seafarer wishes to thank Melody White and the staff of the Regulatory Division South Permits Branch for their continued professionalism and helping us ensure a seamless transition of renewing our permits early.
Kyle Kennedy (Seafarer CEO) commented, “We continue to find what we believe are compelling artifacts on our Juno Beach Project which helps us to determine the direction of our future exploration and testing. We are also working with the Florida Bureau of Archaeological Research with the objective of obtaining our third permit for site number three. Additionally, our archaeologists continue to gather research in foreign countries in order to compile data and further our knowledge base of our current shipwrecks and potential future shipwrecks. Also, because of our past accomplishments and experiences, Seafarer’s management feel very pleased with our current positioning and infrastructure to continue to build shareholder value.
About Seafarer Exploration
Seafarer Exploration Corp. is a publicly traded underwater salvage and exploration company. The principal business of the company is to develop the infrastructure necessary to engage in the archaeologically-sensitive research, documentation, exploration and recovery of historic shipwrecks. The company is attempting to secure multiple sites it believes may contain historic shipwrecks. The company will use accepted archaeological methods to properly document, research and recover portions of the wrecks.
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