### What is the no-decompression limit for 60 feet or 18 meters?

The no-decompression limit at 18 meters is 48 minutes and that will take you to pressure group S. This information can be found in any Table or wheel RDP (recreational diving planner) and it is basic. If you do not know how to use this table, you shouldn't really be diving. If you are in a course, then you will have a lot of time to practice. Dont forget to dive well within your no…

### What is your pressure group after a dive to 14 meters 46 feet for 24 minutes?

Depending on your diving organisation this may be different but please see below These are assuming no decompression stops and that the 24 minutes is at an actual bottom time. I'm afraid I don't have a copy of the BSAC tables with me otherwise I could calculate for BSAC too. These results were found using pjf.id.au/dive/calc.html Dive plan using PADI tablesSurface IntervalStarting GroupDepthABTRNTTBTEnding GroupNoneNone14 metres24None24F Dive plan using SSI tablesSurface IntervalStarting GroupDepthABTRNTTBTEnding GroupNoneNone14 metres24None24D ADDITION…

### What is the minimum surface interval required between a dive to 60 feet for 40 minutes followed by a dive to 50 feet for 60 minutes?

In table 1 (PADI RDP dive table), go to 60 at the top and follow it down to 42 which is the closest higher number. That is group Q. Flip to table 3, find 50 on the right and follow it to the left to 61 since there is no 60. That is group D. Go back to Group Q on table one and go across to find D. That is your time 1:12

### What is your pressure group after a dive to 12 meters42 feet for 24 minutes?

You would be in Pressure Group F. Improved Answer Using which table and which depth? ... since 12 meters is not 42 feet and instead is 39.4 feet. Using PADI's RDP, you have a PG of D if using the metric table of 12 meters or the imperial table of 40 feet. If using 42 feet on the table version of the RDP, then the PG is F, but if using the wheel or the…