DiveGUE.tv | Exploration divers push nearly 26,000 feet (7 Km) into the extreme depths of Wakulla Springs

WKPP: Push for Connection - Cave Diving in Florida

Two decades of groundbreaking exploration and research within the mammoth cave systems of northern Florida stall during one of the longest periods of dark water on record. During a period of clear water conditions, explorers from GUE's Woodville Karst Plain Project resolve to establish a physical link between two of the largest underwater cave systems in the world. In a series of previously unimaginable dives, exploration divers push nearly 26,000 feet (7 Km) into the extreme depths of the Wakulla and Leon Sinks cave systems. A range of nearly 30-hour immersions while exploring at 300 feet (90m) lead WKPP explorers to a series of breakthrough discoveries resulting in one of the most celebrated connections in cave diving history. Run Time: 60 minutes