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Congrats 2 the "Flying Fish"! Herbert did the Blue Hole!

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Wow! It's really fantastic! Herbert Nitsch did the Blue Hole in Dahab with one single breath of air! He went down to the arch at a depth of 55m then through the tunnel about 40m and then up again ... without any scuba equipment! Great project Herbert! Congratulations!
 

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Yes, Congratulations indeed!

Herbert explained that the dive time was really short (1'44) because he used a 13kg weight during the descent -- and then began the long dynamic apnea through the hole!


Eric Fattah
BC, Canada
 
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