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Tropical Shipwrecks ebook
The Diver's guide to Shipwrecks of the Caribbean and Bahamas

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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. This downloadable ebook includes 127 illustrations comprised of color photos, Black and white historical images, maps, and drawings which combined with an informative text paint a complete picture of each wreck site. Many of these rare photos have never before been published. Divers, snorkelers, marine historians, armchair sailor or anyone with a general interest in history, diving or the sea will surely find this book fascinating and the perfect addition to their library.

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Puerto Rico Scuba Book One of the Caribbean's most inviting destinations, Puerto Rico offers unspoiled diving in crystal-clear waters. Jump into easy dive and snorkel sites around Culebra and Vieques, the "Spanish Virgin Islands." The Parguera region boasts breathtaking vertical wall dives, while legendary Desecheo Island offers brilliant sponge gardens and migrating whales. Above water, Puerto Rico has something for everyone, from lush tropical rainforest and glowing phosphorescent bays to the rich cultural attractions and vibrant nightlife of San Juan. This book describes 54 of Puerto Rico's best dive sites, with full-color photos throughout.

You'll get specific information on:

  • Dive site depth range, access and conditions
  • Common and hazardous marine life
  • Topside activities and attractions
  • Diving services and accommodations
  • 12 easy-to-read maps


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Lonely Planetís "Diving & Snorkeling Puerto Rico" offers all the information youíll need to have a great time both in and out of the water. Find chapters on what you should know before you go, vital information on certification which includes the Pisces rating system for dives and divers, as well as the scoop on activities and attractions in the area. Each of the 54 dive sites is described in detail including location, depth range, access and expertise rating.

 

 

   
     
 
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Why Puerto Rico?

While most people typically think of "San Juan" as being the destination in Puerto Rico, we are here to tell you that San Juan is only PART of Puerto Rico. Each area of the island offers up its own unique flavor. The west coast of Puerto Rico is really a hidden treasure in the Caribbean. Aside from having some of the most spectacular diving in the Caribbean, the general attitude of the west coast residents makes this side of the island feel like a world away from San Juan - almost like you are on a completely different island!
Also, if you want to travel in the Caribbean, Puerto Rico is one of the easiest places to get to. San Juan serves as the main "hub" in the Caribbean! Many flights are direct from the Midwest and eastern United States (3-5 hours flight time). All major carriers arrive in San Juan (approximately 3 hour drive to our west coast). Jet Blue, Continental and PanAm Airlines offer flights into Aguadilla (northwest corner of the island).

Why Puerto Rico?

While most people typically think of "San Juan" as being the destination in Puerto Rico, we are here to tell you that San Juan is only PART of Puerto Rico. Each area of the island offers up its own unique flavor. The west coast of Puerto Rico is really a hidden treasure in the Caribbean. Aside from having some of the most spectacular diving in the Caribbean, the general attitude of the west coast residents makes this side of the island feel like a world away from San Juan - almost like you are on a completely different island!
Also, if you want to travel in the Caribbean, Puerto Rico is one of the easiest places to get to. San Juan serves as the main "hub" in the Caribbean! Many flights are direct from the Midwest and eastern United States (3-5 hours flight time). All major carriers arrive in San Juan (approximately 3 hour drive to our west coast). Jet Blue, Continental and PanAm Airlines offer flights into Aguadilla (northwest corner of the island).

 
     
 
 
 
 
   
 

 

 
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