It was dehydration, not the extreme depth? Try again Allen...
Barry L - Divemaster/Travel Business
August 27, 2005 at 21:14:04
Did anyone else hear the collective guffaw of 10 million divers around the world when Mr. Allen's sons came out of the gate with the dehydration trumps depth argument? Obviously, they are non-divers. If Mr. Allen got bent at 31.5 meters, I could probably get behind their agenda to make the insurance company pay. But 49.5 meters is off the chart reckless diving. I don't do it and I won't pay higher premiums for Mr. Allen's inability to dive within his insurance policy limits.