I was wondering if there are any divers who might be interested in hookah diving (not hooker diving even though that could be fun too LOL). When I lived in Florida I dived practically every weekend weather permitting. Then one day in 2001 a dive buddy asked me if I'd like to try hookah diving and I said sure. He had one of those brownie surface supplied air compressors. After that I was sold on hookah diving. I really liked the ability to dive in your skivvies with nothing by a mask and fins and a regulator in your mouth rather than all the usual diving hardware. My only objection was the need to have a costly air compressor supply. The Brownies system cost well over $2,200 then. I put on my thinking cap and came up with the idea of the Dive Sled. I created the Dive Sled back in the states in 2002. Basically the dive sled is designed to float 3 scuba tanks on the surface. It also has a dive flag and pole holder to signal diver down. When I dive I have anywhere from 50 to 100 foot flexible pvc air hose attached to one of the tanks. When that air runs out I move it over to the 2nd tank and so on. Using this system I have spent well over 4 hours of practically continuous diving. Except for the minute or so to switch over from one tank to the next. You move it along using a clip-on line attached to you waist on your back side. To get to the point: I am planning on building a Dive Sled here and wanted to know if there was any interest in it by fellow divers. I already have a company working on making it and I have another company helping me with the air hose elements. The dive sled would be absolutely perfect for the Philippines especially off the beach in the sanctuaries.