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They will try to break the Guinness record for underwater cleaning!

Already on 15 June 2019, an attempt will be made to set a new Guinness World Record for underwater cleaning. Divers from all over the world will gather in Deerfield Beach, Florida, where they will participate together in an event organised under the auspices of PADI and try to take underwater cleaning to a whole
Published: May 30, 2019 - 14:04
Updated: July 22, 2023 - 18:16
They will try to break the Guinness record for underwater cleaning!

Already on 15 June 2019, an attempt will be made to set a new Guinness World Record for underwater cleaning. Divers from all over the world will gather in Deerfield Beach, Florida, where they will participate together in an event organised under the auspices of PADI and try to take underwater cleaning to a whole new level.

Organisers expect more than 700 divers to enter the water, thus breaking the current Guinness record for the most people cleaning a body of water in 24 hours. Previous record has 614 participants and was set in Egypt, in 2015.

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[blockquote style=”1″]”Through the organisation of the entire event, we hope to highlight the importance of removing litter from seas and oceans and properly protecting them from pollution.” [/blockquote]

If you have the opportunity and desire to take part in this extraordinary event, you must hurry. Registration will only last until 8 June 2019.

Sign up for our Annual Pier CleanUp / Guinnes World Record – Largest Clean-Up Underwater @deerfieldbeachpier #guinnesworldrecord #dixiedivers #projectaware #padi #mares #aqualung #scubadiving #4ocean #deerfieldbeach #cityofdeerfieldbeach #waterislandsport #islandwatersports #dxdiver #florida #boca #scuba #paditv #padibrasil #mergulhadores #mergulhador #buceo

Published by Dixie Divers Monday, 18 February 2019

As is customary on such occasions, all participants will receive a commemorative T-shirt and a small bag with gifts from sponsors. All participants will also be able to request an official certificate confirming their participation in the Guinness World Record attempt.

More information can be found on organiser’s website.

Source: padi.com

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