Romanian aquanauts spend 36 days underwater

Last updated: January 2, 2020 at 18:18 pm

[ 1994 ] Romanian aquanauts Liviu Miron and Constantin Mihaï set the European record for the longest uninterrupted stay in an underwater habitat by living in the L.S.-1 Underwater Laboratory (Lake Bicaz, Romania) for 36 days in June and July 1994.

Witnessed by Diving Almanac & Book of Records official

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