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It seems that pool floats would not hold up well for sled riding, however, back in the 80s they used to sell “Thundertubes” that were meant for sledding as well as in the pool / ocean. These tubes had a thicker bottom, but still popped on rocks and sticks. They held up well on grassy hills, but as kids we normally took them into the woods, plus in PA there are trees everywhere. I’m not sure if they still sell them - I haven’t seen them in years!
How can I safely reach the bottom of a 94-foot deep pool?
- Take up SCUBA
- Get some experience at it under your belt
- Take certain certification courses, for PADI, choose peak performance bouyancy, advanced open water
- Be in fair physical shape.
- Take (in PADI's case) Deep certification.
- You will have several certification dives to below 100′ with a qualified instructor.
Now…unless there is a really important object below 60′ that you just have to see. Stay above 60′. Almost all of the interesting stuff is above that. At 94′ your non-decompression bottom time as well as your air supply when using a standard 80 cf tank is only a few minutes.
Hope this helps.