The Diver's Handbook
Scuba diving is one of the world's fastest growing sports, and as a result there is an ever increasing demand for authoritative, practical information about this challenging activity. "The Diver's Handbook" meets this need and covers everything from what equipment to buy and which training courses to attend to basic health and safety measures. With comprehensive and up-to-date text, this book is certain to become an invaluable addition to any diver's bookshelf. 300 color photos.
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