Fastest drift dive

Last updated: October 14, 2017 at 18:10 pm

16.1 knots (29.6 km/h / 18.4 mph): Sechelt Rapids (Skookumchuck Narrows), British Columbia, Canada. It is estimated that for a 3.6 m (12 ft) tide, 757 billion liters (200 billion gallons) of seawater flow through the Sechelt Rapids in 6 hours. Several charter operators offer dives at the site during slack tide.

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Jeffrey Gallant

Jeffrey Gallant is the Editor-in-Chief and Records Keeper of the Diving Almanac & Book of Records. He is also a contributing editor of DIVER Magazine, and the scientific director of the Greenland Shark and Elasmobranch Education and Research Group (GEERG). Jeffrey started diving in 1982.

By | 2017-10-14T18:10:19+00:00 April 5th, 2017|Records, Scuba Diving|

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