Ever been deeper than 600 feet?

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Comment by Darren on November 28, 2009 at 4:36pm
953 on the Global Pioneer Shell job GOM
It was something
Comment by John on April 7, 2009 at 11:31am
I went to 200m and it f***ed my shoulder up badly, well that and the tirfor i struggled with for 30 minutes and didnt need anyway.
Comment by Tony Boyle on March 31, 2009 at 11:56am
I think this is the funniest lot on here. I dont actually remember the date of my dive or what i was doing cause it seamed like all the bell runs just ran together. Just another day and another buck for me at the time. Worked at Cal Dive on the Uncle John when i did most of my sat work, I guess it just wasnt that important to me to remember, Now if I hate 1000' i would probably remember and care more. The closest I got to that was when we de satted i got to watch the ROV's set some sub sea bridges that were in 1000+' We were supposed to set the 1000' one but they decided to go with the ROV.
Comment by Ben Reymenants on March 30, 2009 at 7:59am
Hi, my deepest dive was in a cave to 239m in Thailand on open circuit scuba. the nearest chamber was 1,5 hour away. 10hr Dive done in a drysuit and shallow deco in a self made plastic wet bell wedged at the ceiling of the cave. surface supplied Nitrox to the bell by means of a vinyl garden hose =)
Comment by Mike Smith on March 29, 2009 at 10:03pm
Hi my deepest Sat was 230 meters (760 ft) during July 1976 working off the Oil Rig Sedco K. The company was Comex South Africa and the dives took place 120 km or so off Lamberts Bay Southern Africa. Our saturated depth in the chamber was 660ft and the dives were spescial ludion dives. We dived with electrically heated suits and kirby 10. I would have to look at my log book for all the other details. One of the dive team was Colin Beard and superintendant was Pony Moore.
Best Regards, Mike Smith
Comment by Michael Andreas Wludarczyk on March 29, 2009 at 10:55am
Hello all inthe groupe,
I have reached 993 feet on the 16th of June 1976 in the North Sea on the Drilling Rig Sedco 700. It was at the time the deepest dive in European waters and we have had a lot of presse.
I do have some News paper articles which I will add later to this forum.
My name is Michael Wludarczyk, my sat training was done with Sub Sea Oil Services, of Milan Italy, now not any more in existance.
We used a modified COMEX-PRO full face mask and open cicuit breathing.
If you like to know more about the dive, I will reply to your mails.
Best regards
Comment by david vandelle on March 28, 2009 at 11:22am
i believe that i am deepest spanish diver ,i have been a 1000 foot 309msw , south korea on chamber ,we have 2 lock out 1 to 200 msw and other to 309 msw on a huge wet pot ,that was a sat experience

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