The SCUBA Travel best selling diving books of the last three months. (Previous quarter’s position is shown in brackets.)

  1. Dive Atlas of the World: An Illustrated Reference to the Best Sites by Jack Jackson
    300 pages detailing some of the world’s best dive sites. (1)
  2. Sardinia (Lonely Planet Regional Guides)
    by Paula Hardy
    Complete, practical regional guide for independent travellers. Includes dedicated activities chapter including the best dive spots. (2)
  3. Dive: The Ultimate Guide To 60 Of The Worlds Top Dive Locations by Monty Halls
    Describes 60 of the world’s best diving areas, and highlights specific dives not to be missed whilst you are there. (3)

  4. The Rough Guide to Sardinia
    by Robert Andrews
    Reviews the best places to eat, drink and sleep around the island. (–)
  5. Coral Reef Guide Red Sea (Coral Reef) by Ewald Lieske, Robert Myers
    Covering jellyfish, corals, nudibranchs, starfish, sea urchins, fishes and turtles of the Red Sea. (5)
  6. Neutral Buoyancy: Adventures in a Liquid World, by Tim Ecott
    Tales of the characters and episodes in the history of diving: the sponge divers, the second world war saboteurs, the free divers, etc. (8)
  7. Thailand (Lonely Planet Diving & Snorkeling Guides) by Tim Rock
    Features a selection of dives experts to beginners. (–)

  8. Dive in Style by Tim Simond
    Luxury diving around the world.(–)
  9. Adobe Photoshop for Underwater Photographers by Jack and Sue Drafahl
    Handbook for underwater photographers explains how to edit, fine-tune, retouch and enhance underwater images with the help of Adobe Photoshop. (–)
  10. Diving with Giants: The World’s Best Pelagic Dives
    by Jack Jackson
    The best places to dive with the big, open water, species: sharks, manta rays, dolphins, whales… (–)


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