The world's Longest dive


THE WORLD'S LONGEST DIVE
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST

Who made the world's longest dive?

The deepest point of water is the Challenger Deep located in the Mariana Trench in the Pacific Ocean.

In 1960, sponsored by the US Navy,  Jacques Piccard and Lieutenant Don Walsh manned Bathyscaphe Trieste and descended to the bottom.

The world's longest dive took almost 6 hours and reached a measured depth of  10,916 meters or 35,813 feet.

On March 24 1995 Kaiko, a Japanese deep-sea probe, made the longest unmanned dived again reaching the bottom of the Challenger Deep, this time measuring it at 10,911 meters or 35,797 feet deep.


The world's Longest dive

The world's Longest dive

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