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Cape Cod Shipwreck Book - New

Discussion in 'Apps, Book and Media Reviews' started by capediving, Nov 30, 2010.

  1. capediving

    capediving Angel Fish

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    I recommend reading "Cape Cod's Anthology of Shipwrecks", a soft cover book at 754 pages, it has extensive historical information on all the diveable shipwrecks off Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

    I bought it on-line.
     
  2. 123frankie

    123frankie Solo Diver

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    Location: harwich mass cape cod
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    I know don from the past. He has another book out called Exploring the waters of cape cod [shipwrecks &dive sites. This has over 200 pages with wreck numbers and pictures of these ships. He explans the tides,information about the ships,depth,tides,what to look out for.It has all the information you need to find,dive these wrecks and be safe.It has just enough information and isnt a long read. I think mine was $24.00. I see this book in alot of dive shops in mass.Most dives are boat dives. But their are some shore dives in it also.If your coming to the cape,this is a must have book. I have both books. The other book has the same information in it,but it goes into alot more great detail on each ships history Enjoy. Frankie
     
  3. tmi116

    tmi116 Angel Fish

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: Athens PA
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    I love the Cape had the oppurtunity to dive with the Aqua center folks over in Sandwich last summer. Great folks. Nice diving, and a great family vacation spot. I will definately pick up this book.

    Thank you for the post
    Chris
     

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