I had been warned to keep my depth above 50 feet to maximize bottom time, and as I slipped under the “porch” of Aquarius, I saw my computer read 48 feet. I popped up inside the moon pool, removed my regulator and mask and took a breath of the pressurized air inside. “Welcome to Aquarius”, Fabien Cousteau said with a smile as he stood above me in the wet room.
The World Without Sun
Neptune's grandson on his record-breaking undersea endeavor
We talk with Fabian Cousteau as he preps for Mission 31, an endeavor to live underwater in the Aquarius habitat for 31 days.
Time On Our Hands: DOXA SUB Professional Mission 31
DOXA and the Cousteaus have a hell of a history together. When Fabien Cousteau heads underwater in June to beat his grandfather’s record 30 days spent in Conshelf Two, he’ll be wearing a DOXA SUB Professional Mission 31.