Harry and Ken admire the sexy single tank rigs they will be diving.
The rching from crisis to crisis.
Air diving to 9m (at high tide) can be fraught with peril, especially when the Mules cobble together some random dive kit to attach a single tank.
Statistically speaking, 4 out of 6 Wetmules now dive the very superior rEVO rebreather.The following day Richard Harris pushed past central park casino panama the end of Craigs 2011 line at 194m, and laid 70m of line in large passage to a maximum depth of 207m."This salt water is very floaty!".Anyway, he seemed friendly.Some Wetmules merchandising appearing on the unit in the form of sticker!14/9 Still retard central.Also, to Dave Hurst for photos and being a member of the original team which began this project.With the assistance of Nelson Speleological Groups Andrew Smith and Dawn Wood, dye tracing from the Spillway in Nettlebed Cave again confirmed the connection between the two sites.
After two days of rain the resurgence flooded, delaying diving for a day.
Dave and Sandy were diving their rEvo rebreathers with a modified Inspiration as a backup rebreather.
Diving the Derwent posted Apr 18, 2012, 1:01 AM by Craig Challen updated Apr 19, 2012, 6:47.
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On Thursday 12 April, Dave, Sandy and Craig dived the former hmas Derwent west of Rottnest Island, Western Australia, which lies in 200m of water.Harry, Craig and Ken looking like divers, with Luke McKenzie.Looking forward to that report on the Derwent dive Craig!Global Underwater Domination could be next!NSW 09:00 AM, saturday 27 October and Sunday See More 38TH dowunder jampot rally boonah QLD.Whilst Harry is all about first impressions and looking his best, our Tech Diving Queen offers some more practical uses for the rEVO cover.The six Mules (David Bardi, Craig Challen, John Dalla-Zuanna, Richard Harry Harris, Ken Smith and Sandy Varin were accompanied by diving physician and support Dr Karen Richardson for the 17 day trip.In the meantime, here is a short clip of a visitor that joined us for about an hour of the decompression.For those of you diving from substandard dive boats in other parts of the world: this my friends, is how we look after the divers in the West: Video of the dive coming soon.The passage continues beyond, heading deeper.