More than nineteen million visitors travel to the Caribbean each year, and scuba diving is one of the notable reasons. Hundreds of species of coral and over 500 species of fish, clear water, sandy bottoms, and relatively shallow depth combine to make local conditions especially interesting for both novice and expert divers.
Scuba is king in these water, and Mary Peachin has written an all-inclusive guide to the many islands in the Caribbean, plus the Bahamas and Bermuda.
Author: Mary L. Peachin
Category: Sports/Recreation: scuba diving, conservation, guide book, Caribbean, water sports, diving
Biography: Mary L. Peachin is an advanced open water certified scuba diver with 35 years of experience exploring the top diving destination around the world. She is also an award-winning freelance adventure writer and photographer. She is the author of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Sharks, Sharks: The Sleek and the Savage, Scuba Caribbean, Sport Fishing in the Caribbean, Underwater Encounters: What you Should Know about Sharks, and Caribbean Sport Fishing. She has also written freelance articles for numerous magazines and newspapers.
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