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Review – Top 100 British Shore Dives

Posted August 27, 2012 by admin in Blog
2012-08-27 17.19.50

Being based in the UK, decent dive sites are well limited. Especially to those of us no longer living next to the sea. Whilst there are some great quarry/lake sites to dive, there is nothing quite like finning against a current and seeing the ocean at it’s best.
So I invested in the Top 100 British Shore Dives by Anita Sherwood.
It’s broken down really easily into handy sections so you can look by area, you can also find handy tips on where to get air refills and the nearest hotels/B and B’s!
You’ll find a map of the UK with each location placed on it with the relevant number, so you can easily find it for some more information. The dive site reviews have stunning pictures taken at the sites, so you can get a real feel for what you might see there. There are also ratings on difficulty of access, diving depths, and an over all rating.
At the back of the book there is a really handy identification guide, giving you more information into what you might get to see in British waters. (And trust me, there is plenty to see down there)
Each page has a handy map of entry and some directions to get you there. You’ll get the grid refs or a nearest postcode for your sat nav, so there are no excuses not to get out and dive.
At just 21cmx15cm in size it’ll fit easily on the book shelf or in your dive gear, something to bring out when deciding on your next dive or just read through for fun.

To find out more about the book, or to buy it, click here.

Top 100 British Shore Dives

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