Author(s): Lawson Wood
Where can I swim with turtles? How do you get to Stingray City? What is the best time of year to dive with sharks in the Bahamas? Here, you can find out. Packed with stunning pictures of marine life and ancient wrecks, insightful information about local geography and first-hand advice on unmissable dive locations, Dive fully describes over 250 sites spanning the globe - from Maria La Gorda in Cuba, to the atolls of French Polynesia. Lavishly illustrated by one of the world's leading underwater photographers and featuring information about when is best to visit, conditions and visibility underwater as well as specially commissioned maps, this aspirational guide will enable divers - seasoned and novice alike - to plan their adventures around the world with total confidence. Contents include: Northern Sulawesi, South Africa, Cayman Islands, Baja California, Red Sea, Brazil, Scapa Flow, Chuuk Lagoon and many more.
Since beginning scuba diving in 1965, Lawson Wood has logged over 15,000 dives in various seas and oceans worldwide. Lawson, from Eyemouth in Scotland, has authored and co-authored over 50 books and is also a Fellow of both the Royal Photographic Society and the Royal Geographical Society. Alongside his diving and photography, Lawson founded the first marine reserve in Scotland and co-founded the Marine Conservation Society.