SCUBA News is offering you the chance to win a logbook and guide to Northern Wrecks and Reefs of Egypt’s Red Sea. To win your copy just e-mail email@example.com with the number of diving guides currently in the Travelling Diver series. For a hint see Issue 104 of SCUBA News.
The prize comprises a loose-leaf pack of pages in full colour, each dedicated to a single dive site. Every page gives a detailed dive site description or wreck history, with room for you to write your own notes. There is also a very good map of the dive site, information on difficulty and location. As well as being a guide the pages are designed as a dive log, with boxes for you to fill your dive details: sea conditions, temperature, maximum depth, bottom time, etc.
The guide really does manage to pack loads of information into a small space and covers most of the dives you will do on a week’s liveaboard holiday.
The pack has two spare logbook sheets with room for you to log four dives. The sheets are standard 3-hole diving logbook size.
The Travelling Diver series make it easy for you to record your dives in much greater detail than the few notes most of us scribble down about the site. Focusing on a very small area – just the dives you might experience on a week’s trip – means the guide is compact and light. No need to pack several thick, heavy books. The downside of course is if you visit different areas of the Red Sea often, it can become expensive to have to buy a new guide for each trip. Although not if you win one in the SCUBA News competition!
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