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Wrecks and Reefs of Southeast Scotland,
This review is from: Wrecks & Reefs of Southeast Scotland: 100 Dives from the Forth Road Bridge to Eyemouth (Paperback)
Mike Clark's "Wrecks and Reefs of Southeast Scotland" would be a great addition to any diver's book collection - it describes 100 dive sites heading southwards from the Firth of Forth all along the east coast of Scotland to the border (and slightly beyond!) and covers both wrecks and reefs to wet the appetite of divers of any level.
The guide is split into sections based on geographical area & gives useful information about each area including accommodation, diving services & suggestions on entertainment for any non-diving companions so that you can relax and truly enjoy the fabulous diving that this area of Scotland has to offer. This is well backed up by some great underwater photographs of the marine life in these waters.
Mike has dived each of the sites and gives a good description of what to expect and some great hints & tips based on his personal experiences. The style of the writing makes it very easy to read & it feels as though you have a friend talking to you about the sites. The site descriptions are so vivid that many of them evoked great memories & for a number of sites I can picture exactly what or where he is referring to - Mike does a great job of bringing the sites to life! I can't wait to use the guide to dive sites that are new to me.
I would highly recommend this book to any diver wishing to explore dive sites in Southeast Scotland & I think almost everyone will find something new for them in this book.