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Christmas Island Cave Diving
Monday, 04 January 2016 08:38

Report of a National Geographic funded cave diving research & mapping expedition investigating Christmas Island submarine caves. The team included Australian cave divers Craig Challen, John Dalla-Zuanna and Ken Smith.

http://www.advanceddivermagazine.com/articles/christmasisland.html

 
Cocklebiddy Cave 2015
Written by Andrew Pitkin   
Saturday, 17 October 2015 18:30

Cocklebiddy Cave in Western Australia is iconic in the history of cave diving. For many years the longest underwater cave in the world, it has seen some heroic efforts at exploration over the last 40 years. In September 2015 the Cave Divers Association of Australia invited me to speak at their annual conference, and I was lucky enough to be able to incorporate a trip to Cocklebiddy Cave as a guest of the Wet Mules. The entire cave is wonderful, but sump 2 in particular is some of the most spectacularly beautiful underwater cave passage I have seen.

 
 

 


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It has been described as one of the most dangerous sports on Earth. Cave diving is certainly not a pastime for the faint hearted.

 




 

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