The Egyptian Red Sea: A Diver's Guide

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Aqua Quest Publications, Inc., 1988 - Sports & Recreation - 237 pages

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Contents

Acknowledgements
8
Reflections on a Blue Sea
15
A Survival Guide on Land and Sea
30
A Scientific View
61
Creatures of the Red Sea
85
Sinai
113
Hurghada
146
The South
173
Night Diving
192
Footloose in Egypt
203
Appendix
233
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