He donned a diving-suit and went below to the sunken galleon.
Diving-suit and man would have been crushed like an egg-shell.
It was called a "diving canoe," being only sixteen feet in length and wide enough to hold one man clothed in a diving-suit.
He donned a diving-suit and descended into the riven bowels of the wreck and cleared the way for the others.
Gentlemen,” said she gaily, “who but myself would come out in anything but a diving-suit to-day!
I thought how good it was to stay in the sunshine, and not go down under a muddy river in a diving-suit.
I felt the diving-suit over, and found the legs pressed hard against my body with the weight of water.
How Marie ever helped him squirm out of this diving-suit was more than I could tell.
It seemed incredible, for no diving-suit had ever been devised in which a man could descend to the depth of one mile, and live.
Locke had brought along the full equipment, and, while Eva took charge of the air-pump, Locke donned the diving-suit.