If you happen to be in Hurghada, Egypt on March 1st, you might get the chance to be part of a Guinness World Record.

Organizers are looking for divers to break the record for the largest underwater human pyramid with 100 divers participating (the current record is 60), and the folks from Guinness are expected to be there to verify the attempt.

Divers Lodge in Hurghada is hosting the event, but many other Red Sea dive centers are also participating.

According to organizers, the event has three primary aims:

“To Break A World Record”
“To Show The World The Joy of Diving in The Glorious Red Sea”
“To Aid The Tourism Industry Throughout Egypt”

For more information, check out http://www.underwaterpyramid.com/ or follow the attempt on Facebook and Twitter.

Divers to attempt Guinness World Record for Largest Underwater Human Pyramid