Thermal cave in southern Spain.
Good God that's a lot of traveling to get to a permanent line!!
This is another great video-- some day I have to learn the secret of living a life with so much diving in it!
Strange, I did a cavern course there this may and I remember the mainline being just some 50m in or so. Nice cave anyway, and nice video!
I second what Philip stated. Those videos slimply are breath taking. OBTW, does most divers attach their scooter to their side? I have never seen it before and I don't scooter....yet.
"...some night, in the chill darkness, someone will make a mistake: The sea will show him no mercy." John T. Cunningham
However, it would only work if you have room to do it.
Currently I dive with sidemount tanks (18 liter steel) and a rebreather in the back, which means there is very little room to attach the scooter undermount or overmount (without the lot becoming way too bulky).
So, I attach the scooter to the rear d-ring between my legs same location as if I were towing a back-up scooter. This for temporary transport.
It does not stick out any more than the rebreather, and its position is somewhat controllable with the legs, but it limits the distance which one can travel with it (you cannot really kick properly).
I do this when I need to lay line through an area of the cave I know well (like running a jump line for say about 30 meters through a narrow passage/restriction) and I need my hands free... and I do not want to park the scooter, lay the line, and then travel back to collect the scooter, and then go back in.
Beautiful collection of videos by Packo and look very much forward to the Sa Gleda and Vallgornera one (if one is forthcoming).
Very cool video...I will be looking forward to seeing others.