The Dive Atlas of the World offers an inspirational tour of top dive sites around the world, based on first-hand experience, and photographed by experts.
- 300 page fully updated global guide to the world's top dive sites
- Written by experienced dive authors, based on their first-hand experience
- Inspirational reference for divers who wish to personally or vicariously experience the best diving the planet has to offer
- Helps you select and locate the type of diving experience you are looking for
- Superb quality underwater photography shows famous wrecks, a wide range of marine habitats, and a huge diversity of species
- Appendix with lists of travel and dive information, climate, best time to go, contacts, dive operators, and emergency facilities
- From the Blue Hole at Lawson Reef and the wreck of the Umbria in the Red Sea, to Michaelmas on the Great Barrier Reef, the Dive Atlas of the World offers a global tour of top dive sites, described and photographed by experts.
From well-known classics to sites that have only recently been discovered, this global selection offers the discerning diver a feast of locations to choose from, including an expanded selection of Caribbean dive sites.
Whether you favor muck diving and macro photography, wrecks, walls, reefs, caves, blue holes or the adrenaline rush of high-speed drift dive in a strong current (or all of these), you will find well-written, clearly mapped accounts of the top places where you can enjoy these dives.
This book features contributions from local experts, leading writers and award-winning photographers such as Jack Jackson and Lawson Wood.