SCUBA Travel have just released their list of best selling diving books and DVDs of the last quarter. Yet again the Dive Atlas of the World keeps its top spot. The 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. Fifty Places to Dive Before You Die: Diving Experts Share the World’s Greatest Destinations by Chris Santella
    The fifth in Santella’s bestselling “Fifty Places” series. (2)
  3. Dive in Style
    by Tim Simond
    Luxury diving around the world.(4)
  4. Dive Red Sea: The Ultimate Guide by Simon Rogerson and John McIntyre
    Covers popular Red Sea diving areas: mostly Egypt.(–)
  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. (3)
  6. Coral Reef Fishes: Indo-Pacific and Caribbean by Ewald Lieske, Robert Myers
    A compact, guide to over 2000 species of fish you might see whilst diving on coral reefs. (8)
  7. 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. (6)
  8. Diver Down: Real-World SCUBA Accidents and How to Avoid Them by Michael R. Ange
    Reveals how scuba diving accidents leading to severe injury or death usually result from a chain of events that can and should be prevented before a tragedy occurs. (7)
  9. Red Sea Reef Guide by Helmut Debelius
    Guide to marine life of the Red Sea (10)
  10. Thailand (Lonely Planet Diving & Snorkeling Guides) by Tim Rock
    Dive sites of Thailand. Includes city guide to Bangkok. (5)

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