Diving Guide to Wrecks in the Red Sea Egypt, Sudan, Israel, Jordan
Matthias Bergbauer, Manuela Kirschner, Udo Kefrig
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The holy grail par excellence? For wreck divers, this is the Red Sea. The most diverse wrecks from many eras sit here at the bottom of the sea. Many wrecks have been explored and can be dived to by beginning or advanced divers, depending on the degree of difficulty; others are real insiders' tips for professionals. History, technology and nature enter into their own symbiosis on these sunken ships. Regarding all aspects, four specialists in their respective fields offer the best information and tips for the diver. Claus-Peter Stoll and Udo Kefrig devote their diving life to wrecks all over the world, and in particular to those in the Red Sea. They have dived to, explored and documented them for many years. Matthias Bergbauer is a graduate biologist and knows the underwater flora and fauna extremely well. Manuela Kirschner is one of the best underwater photographers in the German-speaking countries.
About the authors
Matthias BergbauerDr. Matthias Bergbauer is an ocean biologist and works at Munich University. KOSMOS published his book 'What lives in the Mediterranean'. more about the author
Manuela KirschnerManuela Kirschner is a successful underwater photographer with awards from national and international photography competitions. She is the co-author of several diving travel guides. more about the author
Udo KefrigClaus-Peter Stoll und Udo Kefrig haben ihr Taucherleben den Wracks in aller Welt und besonders denen im Roten Meer verschrieben. Sie betauchen, erforschen und dokumentieren sie seit vielen Jahren. more about the author