The Dive Atlas of the World offers a tour of the world's dive sites, described and photographed by experts. From well-known classics to sites which have only recently been discovered, this global selection offers the discerning diver a feast of locations to choose from. Whether you favor muck diving and macro photography, wrecks, walls, reefs, caves, blue holes or the adrenaline rush of a high-speed drift dive in a strong current (or all of these), you will find well-written, clearly mapped accounts of the top places where you can enjoy these dives. With contributions from local experts, leading writers and award-winning underwater photographers including: Jack Jackson, Lawson Wood, Michael Aw, Paul Lees, Dr. Charles Anderson, Sam Harwood, Judy and Bruce Mann, and many more. Includes an expanded section on Caribbean dive sites, plus a thorough update of resources.
Jack Jackson is an advanced British Sub Aqua Club (BSAC) diver who ran a sport diving operation in the Sudanese Red Sea for twelve years. An award-winning author and photographer, he is the author of Diving with Sharks and the consultant for Top Dive Sites of the World. He lives in the United Kingdom.