Amazing Diving Stories

Incredible Tales from Deep Beneath the Sea

This collection of true diving stories makes for compelling reading for all divers and would-be divers. Enjoy classic tales of this extreme watersport, from thrilling wreck discoveries to encounters with the bizarre and the beautiful. Les mer
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This collection of true diving stories makes for compelling reading for all divers and would-be divers. Enjoy classic tales of this extreme watersport, from thrilling wreck discoveries to encounters with the bizarre and the beautiful. There are stories of death and disaster, as well as bravery and triumph.
Tales of the exciting and the extreme rub shoulders with more poetic pieces about the people and places that make up the folklore of this fascinating sport. The author’s global tour takes you everywhere, from Indonesia to the Caribbean and from the chill waters of Northern Europe to the reefs of the Pacific.
Every ocean of the world is explored, making this essential reading – or a wonderful gift – for divers everywhere.
This new edition sees the book return to hardback with a plate section of stunning colour photographs.
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Forlag: Fernhurst Books Limited
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9781912621385
Utgave: 3. utg.
Format: 23 x 15 cm
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Introduction; Part One: Animal Encounters; Part Two: Interesting Characters & Difficult Moments; Part Three: Deep Diving; Part Four: Famous Wrecks & Other Adventures; Part Five: Dangerous Animals; Part Six: Near Misses & Not So Near; Part Seven: Shark Infested Waters; Part Eight: Tragedies; Part Nine: Treasure Seekers & Finders
John Bantin's life was transformed when he took some time off from his 25-year-long career as a successful advertising photographer and television commercials’ director to go scuba diving. He learned to dive in 1979 and in 1992 it became his career. He spent over twenty years travelling the world, diving in all the best places, and gaining many different experiences underwater (not all of them good) which has furnished him with a vast store of anecdotes. He is known as something of an accomplished raconteur in the diving industry. During his time he has been Technical Editor of the long-established Diver magazine, and has been regularly published in Undercurrent magazine and DYK.