Divers from Italy break the record for longest human chain underwater

Recently, scuba divers from the agency Raid Italia, in Italy, broke the record for the “Longest Human Chain Underwater”. The previous record was achieved by a group of 110 people from the Groupement des Professionnels de la Plongée (France), in Saint Leu, Réunion, France, 3 years ago.

The divers from Italy created a line of 173 people in the sea on Elba Islands in Bologna. They held hands underwater submerged themselves in the water.

“We want to do it because we want to show how wonderful is scuba diving and […] we also want to demonstrate that scuba diving is able to join all the people in the world”, wrote the divers when submitting the application.

Click here and check out the video of the record.

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