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video interview: When a technical dive goes horribly wrong - Carl Spencer’s last dive

Discussion in 'Rebreather Diving' started by PeCeDiver, Jan 17, 2011.

  1. PeCeDiver

    PeCeDiver Scuba Media & Publications

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Belgium
    The Britannic expedition 2009. A group of very experienced divers are diving the famous wreck that lies in deep waters in the Mediterranean. They are going to dive and film Britannic, bringing back High Def footage of areas that have never been seen before. A busy shipping lane, fierce currents and long decompression dives cause the team to dive on the limit of their knowledge and skills.

    Then, something goes very wrong. The worst imaginable happens. Carl Spencer, organiser of this expedition, loses his life. His good friend and fellow diver Leigh Bishop talks for the first time about this tragic accident in front of the camera.


    This interview can be found here: Submerge Productions : HD Dive Videos - Videos

    Other interviews from Eurotek:
    Photographing deep wrecks with Leigh Bishop
    Mine diving in Finland with Antti Apunen
    Analysing Carbon Dioxide with Dr. Simon Mitchell
    Discussing deco algorithms with Bruce Wienke
    Exploring the Budapest caves with Molnar Janos
    PADI TecRec: New Rebreather course range
    When a technical dive goes horribly wrong - Carl Spencer’s last dive

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