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Top Dive Sites of the Caribbean (Anniversary Edition)

Divers Guide Out of Print
By: Lawson Wood
160 pages, 300 col images, maps
Top Dive Sites of the Caribbean
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  • Top Dive Sites of the Caribbean ISBN: 9781845379094 Edition: 2 Hardback Jul 2007 Out of Print #169238
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Now fully updated, "Top Dive Sites of the Caribbean" explores the superb marine habitats, islands and reefs of one of the world's most fascinating diving destinations. Combined with the Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean is the fifth largest expanse of water in the world and the fourth deepest. It is home to hundreds of species of fish, sponges, crustaceans and corals, many of which are found nowhere else. This magnificently illustrated book describes over 100 dive sites scattered around the most popular dive resorts in the area. Information is provided on the best times to go, where to stay, and where dive centres are located. Informative text highlights the top dives in the Caribbean, and offers an insight into the multitude of creatures that live there. With such a multitude of sites available, the dives included are chosen for their outstanding interest.

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Lawson Wood is an award-winning underwater photographer and author. Well respected in international diving circles, he is the founder of the first marine nature reserve in his native Scotland and is a founding member of the Marine Conservation Society. With over 30 years' experience in the world's oceans, Lawson has drawn on his extensive knowledge as an advanced diver and instructor to illustrate the allure of the Caribbean. He is the author of many diving-related books, and also contributed most of the photographs to this book.
Divers Guide Out of Print
By: Lawson Wood
160 pages, 300 col images, maps
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