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Surface supplied air helmet diver drowns

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  • Start date Aug 24, 2012

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DandyDon

  • Aug 24, 2012
BORACAY Island, Philippines ( Xinhua ) - A Chinese national died while helmet diving in Boracay Island, the most popular resort in the Philippines, this morning, according to local tourist police. Police identified the victim as Na Wang, a resident of Jiangsu Province in east China. Eugenio Villanueva, tourist police investigator, said the mishap happened when Wang along with her Chinese friends went on helmet diving in Sitio Bulabog, Balabag village. "The victim was diving 15 feet when her helmet gadget used for diving reportedly malfunctioned, and she was immediately brought to the Boracay District Hospital for treatment," Villanueva said. Attending doctors, however, declared her dead on arrival. The Boracay local council has already suspended the operation of helmet diving as police started an investigation. Click to expand...

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I saw these things being used in Guam and they frightened the pants off me. I would rather be at 30m in the dark on scuba gear than 5m in daylight in one of those.  

DevonDiver

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Diving polymath.

The helmet style in not SNUBA.  

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Thalassamania: The helmet style in not SNUBA. Click to expand...

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Regardless of the manufacturer, it appears to be basically a Miller Dunn hat reincarnate: Miller Dunn shallow water diving helmets Actually, the first effort of Augustus Siebe to convert the Deane brothers’ smoke hat for diving was not all that different — an open-bottom bucket with a view port and hose. Augustus Siebe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia What a difference a neck dam can make.  

Ayisha

Somehow I find the notion of walking on the sea bed to be completely disregarding conservation ideas.  

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4 tourists die in Mexico shipwreck between Cancún and Isla Mujeres

Four people have died and over a dozen were rescued in the shipwreck of a small boat carrying tourists between Isla Mujeres and Cancún, two vacation hot spots in Mexico, on Monday night. 

A total of 19 people — 17 tourists from Mexico, the captain, and a helper — were on board the small boat, Raciel López Salazar, the attorney general of Quintana Roo state, told reporters Tuesday. 

The boat, called Diosa del Mar — which translates to “Goddess of the Sea” — was from Puerto Juárez. It “wrecked” in the bay between Isla Mujeres and Cancún, the Isla Mujeres city council said in a news release . Isla Mujeres is about 3.5 miles off Cancún.

Four Mexican tourists died after a boat carrying 19 people capsized or swamped between Cancún and Isla Mujeres, authorities said Tuesday.

The boat was returning to Cancún from Isla Mujeres. It's not clear whether it capsized or sank somehow.

The captain survived and was taken into custody, the city council said. 

Investigators from the state of Quintana Roo are investigating whether the boat had the capacity to hold 19 people and whether `weather played a role in the incident. 

“We are analyzing the climatological conditions, the capacity of the boat and to see if the boat had the capacity to transport 19 people, and the condition of the equipment on the boat. There are people who are responsible for this, we have the captain detained,” Salazar told reporters. 

Asked about the captain, he stressed that the investigation continues but said, “I can tell you that he had some responsibility.” 

Four Mexican tourists died after a boat carrying 19 people capsized or swamped between Cancún and Isla Mujeres, authorities said Tuesday.

Quintana Roo’s state coordination of civil protection department  tweeted Monday evening that a boat search-and-rescue operation was carried out in Isla Mujeres with the help of local agencies and the Mexican navy and that some of the people who were rescued were receiving medical attention. 

H igh waves were reported in the area Monday night, and local media reported that the wake of a larger passing vessel may have played a role. The passage between Isla Mujeres and Cancún is notably busy, full of ferries and pleasure craft, many carrying tourists.

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    I actually witnessed this very thing happen to a friend of mine. We were doing what called a sea trek (Helmet dive) when my friend was ascending on the ladder. As she was about 5 feet below the surface her helmet stopped supplying air. Fortunately she was close enough to the surface and already on a ladder she was able to rush up the ladder.

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