Go Deep: Trimix Diving

Have you ever thought about diving in extreme depths like 100 meters? Let’s make it 200 meters? The deepest dive approved on the world was made to 318.25 meters (1044 ft) by Nuno Gomes. You can read my article about this dive from here.  But how diving to these depths can be possible? For non-divers, the answer can be pretty quick: “divers have air sources with them, so they can breath and dive to which ever depths they want to.” But in fact, this is not the case. If you know a little bit about diving, you can answer this a little bit different like “this depth can be reached if you have more than one air source (more diving tanks) and physical condition.” These are quite right but there are other serious factors when we talk about really deep dives. [Read more…]