On Tuesday 9th October 2012 in flat calm sea conditions with blue skies, 10 metres visibility and Ocean temperature of 12°C Paul Devane set the new Guinness World Record for the longest open saltwater scuba dive in cold water at 13 hours and 4 minutes.
Paul was perched on top of a purpose built underwater tower here at Scubadive West and supported by a team of divers, shore crew and boat skippers.
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Photo above taken by Cillian Gray, support diver, as Paul thanked people for their donations via a live feed from See It Live.
Highlights from the dive can be seen on youtube and ustream with the last 2 hours at