17 Sep '11, 2pm

Interview with Scott Cassell: Scuba diver attempting record-setting 30 mile dive

Scott Cassell: My team and I have worked in unison with 5 boat crews, over 25 volunteers, the Catalina Island Marine Institute, the Cabrillo Marina, and many sponsors to bring this together. With a dive of this length all equipment must be checked and double checked to ensure not only my safety but the safety of all support divers, underwater camera operators, and mission support crew members. Careful calculations have been made taking into account water temperature, currents, probable White shark strike zones, and weather.

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