“Instructor Willy Wilson, U.S. Navy (Ret.), set a world record for saturation diving in 1972, with a dive of 1010 feet.”
Willie told me that when this happened, he was only authorized to descend to 1000 feet. But he figured if he was going down to 1000, that he might as well go a little deeper. At the time, he had no idea if he would survive. No guts, no glory.
Divers Institute of Technology
January 8, 2013
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