Freediving off Hawaii’s big island

By Terence Loose

In recent years, swimming<br />with dolphins and<br />sharks in the wild is a<br />common reason people<br />learn proper freediving<br />techniques. But respect<br />for the animals is<br />essential. “We had one<br />guest who was upset<br />because she thought<br />we would capture a<br />dolphin for her to touch,”<br />says Cory Fults. “We tried to educate her on why that<br />was just not acceptable.”

Two minutes and 12 seconds.

That’s how long my spearfishing partner had been underwater on one breath. I last saw him descending past 100 feet, toward the 125-foot bottom. I floated on the surface, ostensibly as his safety diver, more realistically [READ MORE HERE]

Source: OC Register

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