Hotel Diver II

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    This was taken in the Radisson Blu Hotel in Berlin, Germany.

    Markus Studer, mothslayer, and 327 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. mothslayer 74 months ago | reply

      That is so cool! I'd love to dive that :)

    2. サンゼン 45 months ago | reply

      it looks so beautiful!I'd love to dive there too

    3. Taylor Gilmore 43 months ago | reply

      amazing I need to get to Germany

    4. crestina.martins 43 months ago | reply

      This is awesome.

    5. EssGeeMoss 41 months ago | reply

      This is an absolutely stunning photo.

    6. 36480058f24a3cc36cecaf3e2ad163dc 41 months ago | reply

      But make sure you have a (working) dive computer strapped to your wrist !!!
      For calculating (total time by average depth) before warnings for "bends" start flashing. !

      I'm guessing at the bottom the diver is down about 150m = 5 atmospheres of water pressure.

      The max (safe) depth for diving on air tanks is about 30m.
      Any deeper, and one should instead employ Nitrox mixture - also not without hazard either.

    7. RedHillian 41 months ago | reply

      According to the hotel website, the tank's 25m tall. And he looks to be about half way down - you can see the water level at the top.

    8. EvanSimpkins 39 months ago | reply

      This is amazing :)

    9. LeBadKItty 39 months ago | reply

      wait is this real because if it is omg i have to go here lol amazing picture

    10. dbeary 20 months ago | reply

      Dive tables will give you the time at depth too, you don't have to have a computer to tell you, only a watch and a depth gage 150m = 16 atmospheres .. .. I think RedHillian is close , maybe 15m ? Max depth for air is 50.9m Nitrox should be used shallow, the more nitrox (oxygen) in the air, the less deep you can go .. 21% nitrox (same as air) max depth is same as air, 50m, at 100% nitrox (pure oxygen) max depth is 4m

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