The Cayman Islands

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Abbeville Press, Incorporated, 1999 - Sports & Recreation - 167 pages
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Full-color, three-dimensional maps of each dive site offer what no book has ever before provided: the information needed to plan your dive down to the last detail. You can review the exact layout of the site--including depths, sizes, and distances between reefs and wrecks or any hazards--and even the lighting conditions for optimum underwater photography. The short chapters covering the 26 dives in this book provide crucial data about depth, currents, weather variables, and plant and animal life, and each book ends with a full-color visual encyclopedia of the most common fish that inhabit the area.
The lively text by dive experts has been vetted by Diving Science and Technology Corporation (DSAT), which is a corporate affiliate of the Profesional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI), making these the most reliable guides for the expert as well as the first-time diver.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
6
RAND CAYMAN
19
Bonnies Arch
20
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Stephen Frink is director of photography for Rodale's Scuba Diving. His work has been published in such magazines as Natural History, Travel & Leisure, Islands, Esquire, Time, Newsweek, Fortune, and Money, as well as numerous National Geographic publications.
William Harrigan has made thousands of dives from Alaska to Australia. A graduate of Yale University with a major in marine biology, he is the former head of the National Marine Sanctuary Program.

Harrigan has a degree in marine biology from Yale and was manager of the Key Largo National Marine Sanctuary.

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