15 feet

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It was in a local indoor pool here and I do it every week...

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Mostly to 2 different indoor pools in my area…both are more that type of swim class pool and sometimes I go to another one that is a bit far away but its more for relaxing with warm water…very nice to siwm underwater there...

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Six feet - to the bottom of the pool, came up quicker than I went down, hit my head and split my scalp and had the pool attendant panicking <br />
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(Actually, I was only 9, couldn't swim, slipped in accidentally and terrified my mother who was with me !) I still can't swim (at 63) :)

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Oww I hate that that happened, man

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Freediving about 30 feet, on scuba around 100.

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110 feet to go and see redlipped batfish.

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145 feet, off of the coast of the Philippines. Dumb buddy wasn't paying attention and took off after a fish and I had to chase him down.

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Somewhere between 80 and 100 feet in Hawaii with my girlfriend (now wife).

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How deep's my tub?

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90+ feet in Hawaii. When I was down there, a HUGE manta ray swam over me and totally blocked out the light.. It was a beautiful sight to see.. like some enormous bird flying through the water.

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4 meters .. I guess :)

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8 ft

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South Atlantic off Grand Cayman....80 + feet to the bottom.

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10 ft :D I thought I thought my head was going to explode! :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

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I've snorkeled down to about 30 feet.

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11/12 feet...havent tried it ever since.<br />
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I've Swam Down To 12 Feet In A Local Pool Off The Diving Board. It's really Easy, and I can go even deeper.<br />
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I can relax and ignore how my lungs feel a little, and then can stay under for 35-40 seconds.

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