This magnificent and comprehensive illustrated reference to the world’s most exotic dive locations covers the Caribbean Sea (Bermuda, Bahamas, Mexico, Cuba, Cayman Islands, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Belize, Honduras, Aruba, Bonaire, and Curacao), the Red Sea (Egypt and Sudan), the Indian Ocean (Oman, Maldives, Seychelles, Mozambique, and Western Australia), the Indo-Pacific (Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia), and the Pacific Ocean (Vietnam, Philippines, Micronesia, Melanesia, Eastern Australia, and the Galapagos and the “Golden Triangle”). Superb quality underwater photography shows a huge variety of wrecks, marine habitats and aquatic species. Each dive site featured can be located via a detailed regional site map, and a travel advisory is also included.
About the author
Jack Jackson is an advanced BSAC diver, and has visited most of the world’s most exotic underwater sites. His photographs have appeared in such prestigious publications as Time-Life and National Geographic, and he has acted as General Editor on a number of commercially successful diving books, including Dive Atlas of the World and Top Dive Sites of the World.
Size 260 x 215 mm / 10” x 8”. Extent 208 pages.
Words 50,000 approx. Illustrations c.300 colour photographs, 80 maps.
Price £14.99 paperback