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Wild and Temperate Seas 50 Favourite UK Dives

Divers Guide New
By: Will Appleyard(Author), Kirsty Andrews(Contributor), Dan Bolt(Contributor), Jason Brown(Contributor), Jake Davies(Contributor), Alex Gibson(Contributor), Stuart Philpott(Contributor), Elaine Whiteford(Contributor)
176 pages, colour photos
Wild and Temperate Seas
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  • Wild and Temperate Seas ISBN: 9781909455344 Paperback Nov 2020 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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From highlands to islands, wrecks to reefs and caves, this new-style guide will whet your appetite for UK diving. These are over 50 dive sites in 15 picturesque locations from England's most southerly tip to the remote, northerly islands of Scotland. Dorset Dives author Will Appleyard and his team of experienced collaborators share their picks as they showcase our beautiful coastal locations.

Many of the dive sites featured in this new guide already appear regularly in avid UK divers' log books. Others are visited by only those with local knowledge and some rarely see divers at all. All are special in some way to those who have contributed and evidence for those to whom the UK underwater is still a mystery that once you tame these wild and temperate seas there really are some magnificent experiences to be had.

As a wise man once said 'There's no such thing as bad weather, just the wrong thermal protection' (paraphrased). So, demist your mask and embrace the emerald, don your drysuit and conquer the cold... Wild and Temperate Seas shows what incredible quality is waiting to be found if you just scratch the surface of UK diving.

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A collaborative and personal guide from some of the most accomplished writers and photographers in UK diving. Will Appleyard communicates his passion for adventure through his photography and writing. The author of Discover UK Diving and Dorset Dives, he is regularly commissioned for magazines, adventure-based platforms, adventure outfitting and travel brands. For this refreshing new guide he assembled a team of accomplished contributors – Kirsty Andrews, Dan Bolt, Jason Brown, Jake Davies, Alex Gibson, Stuart Philpott and Elaine Whiteford – to share some of their favourite UK dive locations

Divers Guide New
By: Will Appleyard(Author), Kirsty Andrews(Contributor), Dan Bolt(Contributor), Jason Brown(Contributor), Jake Davies(Contributor), Alex Gibson(Contributor), Stuart Philpott(Contributor), Elaine Whiteford(Contributor)
176 pages, colour photos
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