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Scuba Notes for May 2011
June 3rd, 2011

Here’s a short wrap-up of notable scuba stories from May 2011.

Kona Airport
Kona Airport by Erik Charlton

The wreck of Captain Kidd’s pirate ship the Quedagh Merchant will become an underwater museum off the coast of the Dominican Republic. Submerged in just 10 feet of water, the site will be accessible to scuba divers as well as snorkelers.

An Australian diver set a new scuba depth record of 194 meters while cave diving in New Zealand.

A newly-sunk Communist-era plane has become the world’s largest underwater airplane. The artificial reef lies 22 meters under the surface.

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