War veteran breaks his own record to retain title of world's oldest scuba diver

A 95-year-young war veteran has broken his own record to retain his title as the world's oldest scuba diver.

Ray Woolley plunged to a depth of 40.6 metres for 44 minutes, while exploring a shipwreck off Cyprus.

A radio operator in World War II, Mr Woolley's been diving for 58 years.

You can see how happy he was with his world-beating effort in the video above.

The 95-year-old plunged to a depth of 40.6 metres. Source: 1 NEWS