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Synonyms for aquanaut

an underwater swimmer equipped with a face mask and foot fins and either a snorkel or an air cylinder


a skilled worker who can live in underwater installations and participate in scientific research

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This controller is connected by standard length 2 meter hoses to the hoist which ensures the aquanaut, hoist and load are all located within a close working environment.
Now, Fabian Cousteau wants to beat his grandfather's record and live underwater for 31 days with six fellow aquanauts at the Aquarius Reef Base as a launching pad to explore the neighboring coral reef.
Aqua Tots (18-36-mths) has more activities, Aquanauts (3-5yrs) offers finger-painting, dressingup, music, talent shows, treasure hunts and icecream parties, Voyagers (9-11) has parties, "adventure science" and balloon volleyball.
If you only pick up a few paperbacks each season for your collection, The Aquanauts is one you just have to have: it sounds like a classic underwater lab adventure but by book's end you're heavily involved in black holes, time travel, evil scientists, and a girl who faces losing her only parent.
At the remote and scenic Lameshur Bay, large boulders form caves teeming with fish and the remains of Tektite, an underwater habitat for aquanauts occupied in 1969.
Companies like Aquanauts offer packages that include weights and tanks and two dives a day from pounds 55.
He also starred as Major Robert Rogers in the series Northwest Passage in the late 50s and as Drake Andrews in The Aquanauts in 1960.
In calm waters, near a reef off New Providence Island, instructors teach novice aquanauts how to mount the SUB and then guide them into 15 feet of clear ocean to motor past coral reefs and brightly colored tropical fish.
Cronin and his four fellow aquanauts prepare for "saturation"--their 10-day residence in the laboratory 20 meters below.
Formerly Chief Scientist of the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), she has led more than 100 expeditions and logged more than 7,000 hours underwater, including leading the first team of women aquanauts during the Tektite Project in 1970, participating in ten saturation dives and setting a record for solo diving in 1000 meters (3,300 feet) depth.
I'd never even thought of having a go, but was talked along to Aquanauts (473 439 3483) by Peter the instructor in a beach bar one night.
As in his other maritime epic, Titanic, Cameron again gives his characters a veritable chowder of chills to contend with - this time it's psychotic aquanauts, a missile crisis, an underwater hurricane and some mysterious extra- terrestrials.
After viewing the images in Ontario, these medical experts will remotely diagnose the injury and direct the aquanauts to deliver the appropriate treatment, either a simulated arthroscopy of the knee or an external fixation for dislocation.
Watch numbers 1-31 were worn by the Aquanauts and most of the series has already been acquired.