Profession: commercial diver
Specialty: cave diving
Xavier Méniscus is one of the French cave divers with the most cave dives under his belt. He is known in France but also in the rest of the (cave) diving community over the world.
Xavier is 50 years old and has been working as a professional commercial diver since 1987. He worked for companies like comex offshore at extreme depths. …
currently Xavier is active on dam’s in the Rhone Valley and on oil rigs of the coast of Africa.
He began cave diving in 2000, at Goul de la Tannerie, and since then has continued to progress to be one of the deepest cave divers in the world using the multi-rebreather diving technique.
He has to his credit several important deep explorations, like St Sauveur with more than 13 hours of diving, Goul du Pont and Tannerie (-240m), Lussac, Port Miou (-233m) and the deepest at Font Estramar at -262m. But also on long distance, like the emergence of Bourne with sump 1 3700m.
|CCR deep cave diving|
|Xavier will talk about his deep cave dives and how they are done. He uses Rebreather … and dual rebreather … and triple rebreather ! Off course he will demonstrate this with great photo and film footage !|