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GUE and ArrowCat Power Catamarans Lead World Record Attempt Expedition


Seattle, WA, June 02, 2014 - Global Underwater Explorers (GUE) and ArrowCat power catamarans jointly announced an exotic mission to bring exposure to underwater conservation and exploration. The mission is to dive on seven deeply sunk airplane wrecks at the bottom of Lake Washington using a single boat and minimal crew - and to do it all in a 14-hour span. "The mission is considered fairly technical because a majority of the dives are sufficiently deep to require breathing mixed gases and multiple decompression stops on the ascent. In addition, the bottom targets are relatively tiny under one of the world's largest lakes, and the wrecks themselves are fragile," says Koos du Preez GUE instructor and president of GUE Seattle. "GUE prides ourselves in the inherent diver safety and technical precision of the GUE diving system that naturally lends itself to the success of these types of missions. We are excited to have the backing of ArrowCat power catamarans because ArrowCat also stands for quality in engineering, efficiency as a way of conservation and they are trying to make the world a better place. ArrowCat is the reason we're able to pull this off, especially that their boats are fast, stable and really set up for diving gives us the ability to execute multiple dives in rapid succession." "ArrowCat is excited to be backing this project for GUE because as a dive master I value the precision and discipline of GUE and their approach to research, preservation and safety," says Kim Stebbens, president of ArrowCat Power Catamarans. The wrecks include an F4F-4 Wildcat that some suspect crashed as part of a midair collision during a practice dogfight, a TBF-1 Avenger, PB4Y-2 Privateer, PV2 Harpoon, SNV-2 Valiant, FG-1D Corsair and a PBM-5 Mariner that sank after it hit a dock while taxiing on the water to a mooring buoy. The dive will require a handful of divers to make multiple dives to depths upwards of 200 feet. The shallowest dive, and the only dive less than 100 feet, is the PBM5-Mariner just North of the Renton, Wash, airport runway. The world record attempt and application will be for diving all seven wrecks in one day from a single boat with a small team. Exact details will be released after the attempt because of the need for uninterrupted execution of the mission. It is scheduled for sometime in early June and details and results will be published immediately after.