Longest continuous immersion on scuba [Ocean | Closed-circuit]
Last updated: August 27, 2017 at 2:00 am
48 hours 9 minutes 17 seconds – Will Goodman (UK), Gili Trawangan, Indonesia. The dive started at 08:11:33 on January 7, 2010, and ended at 08:20:16 on January 9, 2010. The record was set using a combination of closed-circuit rebreathers and open-circuit scuba. The dive took place at depths varying from 6 m to 20 m and the diver had no contact with the surface at any time. Air and liquid nutrition were supplied by a support crew.
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