Advanced Wreck Diving Guide

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Cornell Maritime Press, 1988 - Sports & Recreation - 136 pages
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Written for the diver with considerable scuba experience, a sense of adventure, and a yen to explore shipwreck sites, this work is amply illustrated and covers all the important aspects of the popular sport: approach, techniques, safety, wreck penetration, and decompression methods, as well as the details of artifact recovery and restoration. In addition, the author includes invaluable tips on underwater photography.

Gary Gentile, a professional photographer and experienced shipwreck diver, has enlivened his text with anecdotes that may make even timid sports enthusiasts want to don diving gear.

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Dive Boat Safety
Overnight Dive Trips
Wreck Penetration

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