Egyptian Diver Will Attempt a New Scuba Record In March

Egyptian Diver will attempt a new Scuba Record in March. Egyptians truly appear to like establishing and smashing world scuba diving records.

This month, Egyptian scuba diver Wael Omar will attempt to crack the Guinness World Record for the most deep specialized scuba dive, as outlined by The Scuba News.

In September 2014, other Egyptian Ahmed Gabr destroyed Omar’s earlier world record of 330 meters or 1,083 feet with his record of 332.4 meters or about 1,091 feet.

Omar has arranged an objective of scuba diving right down to 400 meters or 1,312 feet.

In case all will go as planned, Omar will finish a 28-hour scuba dive on March 30 which they planned to be conducted at the coast of Sharm El Sheikh in the Red Sea.