The 2009 edition of the Diving Almanac & Book of Records (www.divingalmanac.com), edited by Jeffrey Gallant, is now published and available. Considered as ‘perhaps the best single reference book ever published for divers’ and ‘the definitive general reference book on diving’ by the diving media, this is the only almanac on the diving world packed with hard-to-find information from around the globe. With 15 chapters covering subjects from military diving, to freediving, oceanography and equipment, the 750 page third edition also contains nearly 500 diving records and 600 Who’s Who of the Diving World.
New features for the 2009 Edition include the Dive Business Directory (The ‘Yellow Pages’ of Diving), a rewritten Photo/Video Chapter by Dr Alex Mustard, a new chapter on Cave Diving by cave explorer/instructor Martin Robson, and a 100 page Year in Review (September 2007 to December 2008).
If you’re looking for a unique published resource about the Diving World, the 2009 Diving Almanac & Book of Records has so many facts and data for everything diving, and is recommended for anyone with an interest in diving, even someone just a bit curious about it. And for trivia junkies, this book is a gold mine.
To order your copy of this one-of-a-kind publication for only US$42 (approx €33/£29), simply log onto www.divingalmanac.com to benefit from free postage and pack.