SFRX news.....Seafarer Exploration Commences Search and Recovery Operations 11:09a ET May 26, 2011 (Business Wire)
Seafarer Exploration Corp. (OTCBB: SFRX) announced today they are back to full time operations with their ship the Iron Maiden at the Juno Beach wreck site under their newly issued salvage permit. Seafarer was joined by the CBS News team to film our first day back at sea, which they released on the May 25 evening news. Len Kohl, an advisory council member stated: "I am very pleased with the perseverance of the entire Seafarer organization to overcome all the hurdles presented to them over the past. We must now forge on with the opportunities given us and work with equal diligence to properly work the site, to discover and understand what is out there, and continue to build shareholder value. This is the beginning of an exciting journey."
Chip Johnson on the Board of Directors commented after several months of hard labor preparing the Iron Maiden for this day, "I was extremely happy with how well all the equipment operated. What's most impressive is the Captain and dive crew we've assembled. I believe we have put together a team of some of the most successful treasure hunters along the entire Florida east coast. Combined, our divers have almost 100 years of treasure hunting and recovery experience including working with Mel Fisher on Florida's largest treasure discoveries; the 1715 Plait Fleet, Santa Margarita and the famous Nuestra Senora de Atocha."
Kyle Kennedy, CEO 14497 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Suite 209N Tampa, FL 33618 Phone: 813.448.3577 Fax: 813.749.9426 Web: www.seafarercorp.com
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