Diving the Virgin Islands (Google eBook)

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Hunter Publishing, Inc, 1995 - Sports & Recreation - 131 pages
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This guide takes you to the best the islands have to offer, both above and below the water's surface. Underwater enthusiasts will revel in the vivid descriptions of dive sites, from the wreck of the Chikuzen just off Virgin Gorda to the Painted Walls of Norman Island. Each of the dives is chosen for visual appeal, marine life, or the challenge it offers. Depth, strength of currents, accessibility, marine life you will encounter, level of expertise required and special points of interest are covered. This guide is aimed at the dive traveler, not just the diver. It offers details on sightseeing, dining, and accommodations. You will also find contact numbers for watersports operators, stables, and boat charter companies. Shopping is covered in the guide as well. Aimed at the dive traveler, this book takes you to the best places the islands have to offer, both above and under the water. There are vivid descriptions of the dive sites and each one profiled is chosen for its visual appeal, marine life or the challenge it offers. The depth, strength of currents, accessibility, marine life you will encounter, level of experience required and special points of interest are covered. A special section covers medical and travel insurance for divers.
  

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Seldon is a photojournalist and writer who has much experience sharing warm-climate destinations with readers.

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