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6:21pm 01-14-2022
randy rosin
the adventure of reconstructing history
10:57pm 01-06-2022
Torfs
Nice work !
6:35pm 01-06-2022
Vance E Breese
Very interesting Stan. Thank you for sharing the fun.
9:12pm 12-28-2021
Donald Jacobson
Great site, enjoyed reading all the DIY builder's notes and photos. I made a WWII style rebreather about 50years ago, made it from descriptions of the "Frogman's" rigs scrubber inside the lung, O2 fed manually single hose connected to the top of the scrubber. It worked for 10 minutes then the scrubber leaked allowing water to soak the scrubber chemical, not good. That was the end of my home made units. Later got involved with piloting 2 man submersibles, plus captaining a sightseeing 48 passenger sub.
1:39pm 12-25-2021
Bruce Gallinger
We worked with these units in the Bahamas in '73. A long time ago...
4:46am 12-15-2021
Quentin Young
Very lovely website, thank you
1:37am 12-09-2021
Alexander Douglas
Hello, anyone here?
3:25am 12-05-2021
Alexander Douglas
3:22am 12-05-2021
Alexander Douglas
Thank you for building and maintaining this website, I have visited many times over the years for ideas and inspiration. One of the proudest moments in my life was having the opportunity to work for Dan Wible on his amazing CCR 2000 unit. I still a well known O2 unit for fun and boat maintenance. Stay safe everyone ✊
2:19pm 11-29-2021
Khalid young
I'm a cave diving and explorer and love this RB. I also am a web developer and back end server operator. I can help you update your website if you need. Just reach out.
11:29pm 11-28-2021
yves clercin canada
merci pour votre site, je construit encyclopédie des appareils plongeurs toutes époques, j'aurai de l'intérêt pour des archives que vous avez, , bien sur nom sera mentionné lorsque je vais écrire sur Neufeldt und Kuhnke, n'hésitesz pas a écrire merci
11:47pm 11-02-2021
Mal Norrie
I stumbled across the Gunilda story via a FaceBook post and ended up here on your site. A very interesting read and haunting story both about the ill fated ship and also the history of those who dived her. I noted in one article that she was purchased from Lloyds of London by Fred Broennie who intended to raise her. Who owns her now and did Fred ever attempt to raise her??? Thanks for a great article. I will put the Lake on my travel bucket list when we are able to travel again. Regards - Mal from BUDERIM, Australia.
9:41am 11-02-2021
Timothy Henry Finch
My Great Grandfather located the Islander in 1902. My Grandfather worked the 1st year of the Wiley efforts in1929. He didn't go back the following year, possibly due to the crash of the economy along with the unknown aspect of whether the Wiley Expedition would be successful.
4:43pm 10-23-2021
cm
Really interesting, thanks for the site!
2:22am 10-07-2021
William Hope
Thank you so much for sharing this information. Absolutely amazing technology for that time.
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