The problem is, you have to have access to a deep enough bit of fresh water.
It's not going to get beat by the Saudis for instance is it?
The Russians have withdrawn their claim to have made the deepest freshwater submersion in Siberia's Lake Baikal after hitting bottom at just 1,580 metres (5,180 feet) - short of their planned touch-down at 1,680 metres (5,510 feet). According to Reuters, the mission led by scientist and Kremlin-backed Russian MP Artur …
I think this is the deepest fresh water lake in the world so without a visa no-one is going to break the record.
It is a beautiful area with more than a thousand species unique to the lake. The local fish is excellent and the locals (not the ultra strict orthodox splinter group) are very friendly, so well worth a visit!
> What's 331 feet out of 5510?
I'm not sure why you're asking, though, because the discrepancy is 330 feet if you're silly enough to do the arithmetic on the rounded conversions into archaic units, or 100m = 328 feet if you work with metres.
If 6% is piffling, perhaps you'd like to remit that proportion of your income to an educational charity of your choice?