Wrecks: The World's Best Dives
White Star, 2004 - Sports & Recreation - 240 pages
The history of man is in great part linked to the development of sea traffic, despite the risk of death due to bad weather or war. Produced to show readers the underwater treasures that have till now been the exclusive preserve of a fortunate few, this book presents an assortment of the most breathtaking wrecks in the world. Superb photographs, practical information on the dives, and well-documented descriptions bring life back to the sunken giants. The routes taken are described in detail and three-dimensional reconstructions help the reader to understand the itineraries.
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Abu Nuhas Aikoku Maru airplane alcyonarians Allied anchor anthias attack boats bombers bombs bottom left bottom right bridge cannon capstans Cause of sinking coast colonized covered crew crinoids Date sunk deep Distance from shore dive encrusted engine room enormous explore fish Ghiannis glassfish gorgonians groupers hard corals HMS Royal Oak hold hull I C A L CARD Type intact Island Jado Japanese lies lifeboat located lying machine guns mast Maximum depth Numidia OCEAN plane port side Rabaul reef remains rudder sand sank Scapa Flow scuba divers scuttled sea floor seabed Sestri Levante ship's shipwrecks smokestack SMS Brummer SMS Kronprinz Wilhelm soft corals Spiegel Grove sponges starboard side stern structures submarine surface swim T E C H N I C A L CARD Thistlegorm tion Toa Maru top left top right torpedo Truk Lagoon Type of wreck Umbria underwater upper deck vessel visible wreckage Yongala