The Egyptian sector of the Red Sea provides scuba divers with their finest opportunity to explore the most outstanding collection of shipwrecks found anywhere in the world. This newly revised edition of "Shipwrecks from the Egyptian Red Sea" explores nineteen of the most important and diveable shipwrecks many of which have not appeared before in any book. Additionally, there is a wealth of detail about many of the minor wrecks and a comprehensive list of more than 250 sunken ships in the area. Lavishly illustrated with both historic and up-to-date underwater photographs, each of the most important wrecks is rendered with the highest accuracy by eminent marine-artist Rico Oldfield. The product of nine years of research "Shipwrecks from the Egyptian Red Sea" brings to both scuba divers and shipwreck enthusiasts the most comprehensive, accurate and definitive work available.
Ned Middleton was a Major in the British Army and is now a well-known diving expert. He has written extensively on the subject of shipwrecks in books and magazines throughout the world. Shipwrecks from the Egyptian Red Sea is his fourth book on the world of diving.