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News article "Navy Divers set national record for deep diving "
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Record Schmecord: Just some math...233 meters is about 764 feet...I've never done any work in India, but I bet someone has, commercially, in sat... 764fsw, that's deep, but doesn't seem worthy of a…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Erik Golub May 18, 2011.

Proposition: Homeade hat contest.
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I propose that Cdiver has a contest between all the guys that have made their own hats.  Not for the guys who hot-rod out their manufactured rigs, although that could be a sub-category.  I suppose…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Richard jaruzel Oct 24, 2016.

Hat Pictures?
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Was bouncing around the pictures of the various diving helmets of the guys on here and noted that all of Mike Carson's pictures where pulled, and later his wh*** profile.  Has anyone else had their…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by D Layda Jun 9, 2010.

A question for Mr. Crowley; How to contact at the ADC, without being a pain...?
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I was wondering if anyone could say for sure how we'd get in touch with the ADC as far as to ask questions on pending safety stuff that could be in edition 6, and an email address where to send…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by D Layda Mar 12, 2010.

 

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Richard jaruzel replied to D Layda's discussion Proposition: Homeade hat contest.
"Hi guys looking for info on a general aquadyne dm4 I have come across it is in very good working order, but was wondering if anybody has used onein the field any help would be of great help. Also if you would like to talk my number is 970-481-3163.…"
Oct 24, 2016
Erik Golub replied to D Layda's discussion News article "Navy Divers set national record for deep diving "
"There are some galleries of brazilian divers on "Offshore diver". The depth gauge says 313 msw."
May 18, 2011
D Layda replied to D Layda's discussion News article "Navy Divers set national record for deep diving "
"Insane is right, I never ventured anywhere close to that except that one.  Had offers for returns to deeper depths, but declined in respect that once was enough.  It was scary, dark, uncomfortable... and best left for someone with much…"
May 17, 2011
rob krul replied to D Layda's discussion News article "Navy Divers set national record for deep diving "
"Hi  While I was looking for info on the SLS System,I have one in my collection I came across this film on youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5bd2ZNeYWQ on the ROV there you can see how deep they are. the SLS Sytem by Divex can be used ever…"
May 15, 2011
D Layda posted a discussion

News article "Navy Divers set national record for deep diving "

Record Schmecord: Just some math...233 meters is about 764 feet...I've never done any work in India, but I bet someone has, commercially, in sat... 764fsw, that's deep, but doesn't seem worthy of a national record... hell, I've been past 800'.   Anyone know of any sat operations done past 800fsw in that locale?  I just feel that some deeper work was done in that area commercially, you know, WORKING DIVES. Love to force a correction...Did they even use their own system?  Even the uber-wealthy US…See More
May 14, 2011
D Layda replied to Acadian Marine Diving's discussion CaviBlaster
"Sounds like a typical diver move... "Wow Ivan, that's a really cool looking tool..." -wham-smash-boom-crack-bang-bang-slam-  " Guess it'll work ok.."   Gives me an idea, they should have a dive crew take over…"
Apr 8, 2011
D Layda replied to Dive Diva's discussion Hat Makers Pay Attention
"That's 'cause KMDSI coerced Cdiver to remove him...gutless, but that's an awful big legal dept that KMDSI swings around...so the fella's here can't be blamed...for the first one anyhow...after that...well...that would be for…"
Oct 11, 2010
D Layda replied to Jerry Babin's discussion Doing some General research! You remember the 200.00 government hammers? Look what I found today!!
"Roger that Sups/DIVERS/Tenders Rig for silent running, prepare for forthcoming instruction, secure all active sonar and prepare for general quarters. What can they really do? we're already starving, fighting foreign scabs, and constantly…"
Sep 24, 2010
D Layda replied to Jerry Babin's discussion Doing some General research! You remember the 200.00 government hammers? Look what I found today!!
"I agree with the need for unity, but a union? You'll have to convince this fella on that bit, I came up back in the day in Youngstown Ohio, known for teamsters, auto unions and the "Youngstown tune-up" and other little tidbits that…"
Sep 23, 2010
D Layda replied to Jerry Babin's discussion Doing some General research! You remember the 200.00 government hammers? Look what I found today!!
"beginning to understand?...older guys?...look Jerry, I've been at this s*** for over 15 years and am not just beginning to do anything, understand?"
Sep 23, 2010
D Layda replied to Jerry Babin's discussion Doing some General research! You remember the 200.00 government hammers? Look what I found today!!
"My wh*** point is that depth pay = compensation for f****** our bodies up to get their work done. Oh yeah, the shareholders deserve 2/3 of the revenue created as compensation for the fact that deep diving breaks the body down, double for gas,…"
Sep 23, 2010
D Layda replied to Jerry Babin's discussion Doing some General research! You remember the 200.00 government hammers? Look what I found today!!
"that's why a diving company charges a client $3.00per foot (scale ascending), per dive, every dive, and pays the diver $1.00 per foot (scale ascending), and will often attempt to not pay the diver for the repet or threepet? And don't…"
Sep 22, 2010
D Layda replied to D Layda's discussion Proposition: Homeade hat contest.
"Before I can let this slide further, there needs to be a better understanding on the differences between a trademark (for ownership of an artistic or licensing intellectual property, not a tangible good) and a design patent (for ownership of…"
Aug 22, 2010
D Layda replied to Russell W Smith's discussion O2 and its advantages
"Medical and Industrial oxygen differ in particulate filtration standards and relative humidity (moisture) Industrial O2 is breathable and has no ill side effects other than it's propensity to exacerbate dehydration. But remember this all my…"
Aug 21, 2010
D Layda replied to everett anderson's discussion rev.6 US NAVY DIVE TABLES
"dude, o2 in the water has been used by the navy for like....ever. They even utilized them commercially, we used to use them at Global back when they where still using those ole partial pressure tables... those tables where great...at bending guys…"
Jul 8, 2010
D Layda commented on roberts castillo's photo
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"Hola Roberts, Su english esta bueno, es no problema. ( si, estamos espanol es... frigatho...no habla e enscrithes...) I hope my spanish makes you feel better about your english. ha ha. Leaks are made daily? It sounds like you all have a lot of…"
Jul 6, 2010

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Which of the following are you?
A Working Diver
Dive school you went to or are attending?
The Ocean Corperation
Are you an inland diver, offshore diver or both?
Wherever there's work
What do you like to do with your down time / onshore time?
Sail my 85' Alaskan expedition schooner B'lou Skies
What's your deepest dive? (in feet)
880

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At 6:42pm on May 17, 2011, Orrin Tyrel Smith said…

Sweet Pics man!

I am O corp too.

At 6:34pm on July 6, 2010, roberts castillo said…
HOLA, D LAYDA
REPAIRS ARE MADE DAILY, BECAUSE THERE ARE AROUND 11 000 miles of pipe. The lake water is 28 degrees Celsius and does not use neoprene, Oil hath taken away with degreaser. AH and use a decompression tables SPECIAL, THE VISIVILIDAD goes from 0 to 2 FEET AND THE BOTTOM OF THE LAKE CAN GET UP TO 15 FEET OF MUD, THANKS FOR YOUR COMMENT. SALUDOS
 
 
 

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