|Deep Descent : Adventure and Death Diving the Andrea Doria
by Kevin F. McMurray
McMurray's is an earnest journal of deep-sea wreck diving, mostly over the Italian passenger liner Andrea Doria, which sank in a collision off Cape Cod in 1956. The Doria still draws extreme scuba divers 235 feet down to "the Everest of scuba," where, over the last 20 years, 12 divers have met their deaths.
Adventures of America's Most Elite Underwater Archeology Team
by Daniel Lenihan
One of the world's leading underwater archeologists recounts experiences from his 24 years as founder and head of the elite, award-winning Submerged Cultural Resources Unit (SCRU) team of the U.S. National Park Service. This book takes the reader on a kaleidoscope of underwater experiences - to ancient ruins covered by reservoirs in the desert southwest, to the sacrificial wells of the Mayans, to the lower rings of hell to retrieve the bodies of drowned divers, to gripping accounts of personal survival in underwater caves, ships, and submerged buildings.
A Complete Diver's Handbook to Mastering the Skills of Wreck Diving
by Dan Berg
Daniel Berg, a noted wreck diver, instructor and author of ten shipwrecks related books, describes all the basics of wreck diving. Topics include everything from equipment modifications, communication, and wreck penetration to artifact preservation.
| Erie Wrecks East
by Georgann, Michael Wachter, Georgann Wachter
Richly illustrated and filled with incredible stories of lost ships and breathtaking survival on Lake Erie, this title allows readers to know the exhilaration of discovering 93 central and eastern Lake Erie shipwrecks.
| Shipwrecks : Diving the Graveyard of the Atlantic
by Roderick M. Farb
Divers and historians will find this completely revised and updated second edition, with almost 80 near shore and offshore wreck sites, to be the best volume on shipwrecks in the region.
A Vacationing Diver's Guide to the Bahamas and Caribbean
by Daniel Berg, Denise Berg
Tropical Shipwrecks contains a wealth if information such as; aquatic life, currents, bottom composition, depth, visibility and the history and present condition of 135 shipwrecks spread over 35 tropical islands.
| Bermuda Shipwrecks
A Vacationing Diver's Guide to Bermuda's Shipwrecks
by Daniel Berg
Bermuda Shipwrecks is the most comprehensive, accurate, illustrated collection of information, photographs, sketches and stories ever written about the legendary wrecks around Bermuda.
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