Australian divers have attempted to smash the record for the longest chain of scuba divers underwater, with a chain of 360 divers.

The current record is held by Cesena Blu dive school and was set off the Adriatic coast of Italy earlier this year. The record the Australians where trying to beat was a 270-meter chain formed by 308 divers.

According to Divernet, the Australian attempt was held near Rye Pier in Melbourne, Australia. The project was the brainchild of charter-boat operator Luke English, who worked with the Dive Industry of Victoria Association to organise the attempt.

The Italian record still stands, pending the verification by Guinness World Records of the Australian attempt.

Check out a video of a previous record below.

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Sam Helmy is a TDI/SDI Instructor Trainer, and PADI Staff and Trimix Instructor. Diving for 28 years, a dive pro for 14, I have traveled extensively chasing my passion for diving. I am passionate about everything diving, with a keen interest in exploration, Sharks and big stuff, Photography and Decompression theory. Diving is definitely the one and only passion that has stayed with me my whole life!

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