Guido Gay meets the students of the Nautical Technical School in Viargeggio, Italy.

13 March 2018.
An unexpected success with more than 200 enthusiastic students who attended the conference about Guido Gay’s life as sea explorer, inventor and engineer. They learnt how Guido built his first ROV, developed his enterprise since the end of ‘70, started deep sea explorations finding ancient and modern wrecks and leading to important prizes for their relevance.
Azionemare Fondazione in collaboration with Fondazione Artiglio Europa, involved the school in a new and important project, the creation of the first deep-sea marine reserve for the protection of an ancient Roman wreck, rich of undisturbed anphorae and tiles (I century BC).