Deepest wreck dive [Freshwater]
Last updated: August 26, 2017 at 20:23 pm
236 m (774 ft) – Alessandro Scuotto (Italy), Mario Marconi (Italy) and Pim van der Hofirst (The Netherlands), Wreck of the Milano, Lake Maggiore, Italy, May 10, 2008. Altitude compensated depth was 241 m (790 ft). Divers used Ouroboros rebreathers. Total dive time was almost 8 hours, including 4.5 hours decompression.
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