Diving and Snorkeling, Bermuda

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Lonely Planet Publications, 1998 - Sports & Recreation - 125 pages
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Bermuda offers an unbeatable combination of wreck and reef diving opportunities. From lush coral reefs to shipwrecks spanning five centuries of nautical history, Bermuda has some of the most far-flung islands on earth. This guidebook not only describes 36 of the most popular, varied and interesting sites within the main Bermuda island group, but shows you what they look like, with full colour photos throughout. You'll get specific information on- *depth and visibility *suggested diving expertise *common and hazardous marine life *top-side practicalities, from accommodations to weather and natural history *shipwreck history and a registry of 160 notable wrecks *photography tips and techniques *6 easy-to-read maps

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Contents

Introduction
9
Bermuda Practicalities
19
Activities Attrac
28
Diving in Bermuda
34
Learning to Dive
36
Diving Safety
38
DAN
39
Bermuda Dive Sites
40
B29 Bomber
59
North Carolina
60
Inbetweenies
62
Mary Celestia Mari Celeste
63
King
65
Sandy Hole
66
Hole in the Wall
67
Minnie Breslauer
68

Pisces Rating System for Dives Divers
43
Eastern Blue Cut Blue Hole
48
Nola Montana
50
Lartington
52
LHerminie
53
Chub Heads
54
Darlington
55
Dockyards Snorkel Park
56
Vixen
57
Caesar
58
Hangover Hole
70
Hermes Fogo Brava
71
Tarpon Hole
72
Pollockshields
73
Cathedral
74
Nassa Point
75
Marine Life of Bermuda
84
Hazardous Marine Life
98
Listings
112
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About the author (1998)

Lawson Wood is also the author of "The Dive Sites of the Cayman Islands" and "Dive Sites of Cozumel and the Yucatan".

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