The SeaSearcher demonstrating some of it’s auto-pilot, and artifact mapping capabilities in the field.
Seafarer Exploration Corp. (OTCQB: SFRX) announced today the construction of the second-generation SeaSearcher platform focused on deeper water and multi-mode exploration.
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.
CEO Kyle Kennedy discusses the Good Fortune, SeaSearcher, multiple wreck sites, Florida Bureau of Archaeological Research, and discovery of a significant ballast stone pile in Juno Beach.
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.
The discovery of a small, shimmering, bright golden metal wedge-shaped object made for an interesting week!
Scanning (i.e., remote sensing), SeaSearching, diving, and identifying the trail of artifacts leading away from the Ring Site in Area 2.
Kyle Kennedy and Tim Reynolds discuss the discovery made at Melbourne Beach, the next steps at Juno Beach, and Blockchain during COVID.
Seafarer is pleased to announce that it has received fully executed permits from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (“FDEP”) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (“USACOE”).
Seafarer is actively updating our three permits with the state, while the SeaSearcher team continues to scan and profile the ocean sub-floor, identifying more targets and develop new technology.