The folks at the History of Diving museum in Florida have been in touch to say that Freediving Pioneer, Legend, Submariner and Author Bob Croft will be at the museum this weekend (16 May 2015). Bob was the first person to break the 200ft / 60m Freediving barrier, which at the time scientists believed was the physiological depth limit for breath-hold diving, in 1967.
Bob will be at the museum from 3pm to read from and then sign his autobiography, followed by a presentation of the documentary film about his record-breaking dive.
The event is free however reservations are encouraged. Details of the event and how to get to the museum can be found on their website.