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Salty Dog Paddle Has Been Published in the Guinness World Records 2021 for the Largest Underwater Clean-Up

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Salty Dog Paddle, along with Dixie Divers, has been published in the Guinness World Records 2021 for the Largest Underwater Clean-up in History

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updated: Apr 18, 2020

On June 15, 2019, in Deerfield Beach, Florida, USA, Salty Dog Paddle and its sponsor – Dixie Divers – officially set the record in the upcoming 2021 Guinness Book of World Records for the Largest Underwater Clean-up in history. They had 633 participants and over 100 spectators on the beach and Deerfield Beach International Fishing Pier at the 2019 victory. During the attempt, more than 544 kg (1,200 lb) of trash were removed from the Deerfield Beach Pier by SCUBA diving participants who passed the trash to paddlers from the charity on stand-up paddleboards, who transported the trash to the beach to avoid getting…

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