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The snorkel: Such an innocuous item of equipment. It's a length of pipe that allows you to breathe at the surface without raising your head above the water. So why do snorkels cause so much discussion about their use among scuba divers? Some say snorkels are for snorkeling period, while others would not go scuba diving without one attached to their mask. Undercurrent subscribers have disparate opinions on the matter. We look into it. .... Read more >
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Some of these gurus are self-styled and not necessarily very good, but marine biologist, underwater photographer Alex Mustard is the modern master of what he does, and willingly reveals to others, by way of escorted photo-safaris, how he does it. Instead of producing just a coffee table book of pictures, he is more didactic in his approach, disguising his superb photos in this book as demonstrations of how to do it, or as inspiration to others to have a go themselves. It's a master class and it's stuffed with information.
Pirate Hunters: Treasure, Obsession, and the Search for a Legendary Pirate Ship
The last time we read about diver John Chatterton, he was the dedicated, perhaps obsessed, wreck diver searching for the secrets of the German submarine U-869, sunk off the coast of New Jersey. Robert Kurson recounted that adventure in his 2005 New York Times bestseller, Shadow Divers. Chatterton became an instant diving celebrity, soon co-hosting, with fellow diver Richie Kohler, History Channel's Deep Sea Detectives.
But, Chatterton set off for more adventure, chronicled in Kurson's new book.
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