Wreck Diving Adventures
GARY GENTILE'S POPULAR DIVE GUIDE SERIES
ISBN 1-883056-00-4 softcover with color photo covers 6 x 9 vertical,
144 pages, 166 color photos, 25 black & white photos
This book is more than a collection of tales depicting the
exploration of unknown or little known shipwrecks, of colorful
images of breathtaking underwater vistas, of vignettes of man's
historic past or nature's magnificent wonders, of incredible sagas
dealing with thorny legal issues and bureaucratic legerdemain. This
book is an insight into the pioneering soul, and the personification
of the adventurous spirit that resides in all of us.
In these pages the reader will find many facets of human endeavor,
from the free exploring nature of the mind to the undaunted vision
for a rationalistic future: told with a broad range of writing
styles to match the depth of the particular subject under
discussion, whether light-hearted banter or serious drama.
Thrill to the discovery of a long lost submarine, discover the rich
trove of artifacts on a World War Two freighter, delve into the
Great Lakes' sunken past, marvel at the amazing state of
preservation of a nineteenth century sailing ship, dive into the
inky black waters of the Patuxent River, join the precedent-setting
expedition to the Civil War ironclad Monitor, and laugh at the
uproarious fictional adventures of that lone shark and underwater
sleuth, Mike Hammerhead.
Warning: wreck diving adventures are contagious. Once infected with
the lust to experienced the freedom of the subsea world, you will
never be the same. For divers and armchair explorers alike.
Amply illustrated with black and white historical photographs and
color underwater photographs of shipwrecks and marine life.
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