Diving accidents

Tragic Cave Diving Incidents in Piccaninnie Ponds

Categories: Australia diving accidents, Cave diving

Incident Location Diver Names Australia, Piccaninnie Ponds Lyle, Brian and Claudio, John and Barry “The popular spring system at Piccaninnie Ponds holds great memories for many, but that is also tainted by some unpleasant experiences that have occurred there over the years. In this episode, we will examine three diving accidents that happened years apart […]

Tragic Tales of Ressel Cave: Adventures, Challenges, and Loss

Categories: Cave diving

Incident Location Diver Names France, Ressel Cave Robert Kozabek, Unnamed Belgian diver Located in southwestern France, Ressel cave holds lots of memories for divers, some pleasant and some unpleasant. We’ll explore how a group of divers planned to push the limits of the cave on August 3rd, 2013. This exploration proved more challenging than they […]

Tragedy at Eagle’s Nest: Craig Simon and John Robinson’s Risky Dive Ends in Disaster

Categories: Cave diving, North America diving accidents

Incident Location Diver Names West Central Florida, USA, Eagle’s Nest Craig Simon and John Robinson Two friends, Craig Simon and John Robinson, decided to explore one of the most dangerous expert-level dive sites in the world – once again, the Eagle’s Nest. Many divers, even professionals, always avoid this cave unless it’s necessary. No diver […]

Exploring the Depths of Sweden’s Longest Underwater Cave

Categories: Cave diving

In 1979, one of the participants in a Congregation of Swedish Federation of speleologists took a walk along the valley and paused briefly at a sandy beach by Dolancion. Being a lover of nature and diving, he gazed into the crystal clear water as he sipped on his coffee. That momentary staring led to the […]