In October 2020, the RTS honored us with triple coverage (TV news broadcast, radio and website) for our triple project of vulnerable shipwrecks of Lake Neuchâtel.
The article (text, audio and video) can be found here: https://www.rts.ch/info/regions/neuchatel/11648045-trois-epaves-du-2e-au-18e-siecle-decouvertes-dans-le-lac-de-neuchatel.html
Extract: “ Thanks to an underwater archeology operation, three wrecks from different times were discovered off La Tène, in Lake Neuchâtel. They were the subject of a rescue and documentation program scientific.
“It is a unique chance to have three wrecks, representing 2000 years of history, over a few kilometers,” Julien Pfyffer, founder and president of Octopus Foundation, told us at the Laténium in Hauterive (NE) on Friday. The Lausanne foundation, which usually works on marine subjects, chose to select this project for this particular reason. ”
Thanks to the whole RTS team for the interest and the coverage you brought to this underwater archeology project in a Swiss lake.