The Scuba Snobs' Guide to Diving Etiquette: -------

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AuthorHouse, 3 juni 2011 - 72 sidor
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The Scuba Snobs Guide to Diving Etiquette is filled with humorous to hilarious stories illustrating the need for rules of etiquette for scuba divers, above and below the water. The tips for divers are spot on, the stories entertaining, and the net result is a delightful little read that anyone, not only divers, can enjoy. From packing to puking, swim wear to story telling, boats to buoyancy, the authors stories and rules illuminate every facet of diving and dive travel. This book is fresh, insightful, entertaining and not too long. And it is, in fact "Seriously Funny! and Mostly True!" just like the cover says.
 

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How We Became Known As The Scuba Snobs
1
Qualifications To Be A Scuba Snob
3
Rules Of Etiquette On The Day Boat
5
Liveaboard Rules Of Etiquette
15
Dress Code
23
Underwater Etiquette
27
Special Rules of Etiquette for Night Diving
39
Punctuality the Ultimate Expression of Good Manners
43
Après Dive Rules
47
Dive Talking
51
Apology
57
Take the Scuba Snobs Quiz
59
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Om författaren (2011)

Between them the authors have over 22 years of recreational diving experience, including hundreds of dives in the Caribbean, pacific, and for Dennis, fresh water venues. Dennis has held the professional rating of Divemaster since 2000. Debbie is a former English and journalism teacher who, when not travelling to dive or writing, now works in and manages Dennis’ law office. Dennis practices law and works part time out of our favorite dive center, Underwater Phantaseas of Lakewood, Colorado. Someday Dennis and Debbies hope to be full time Scuba Snobs, or scuba bums, or just retire near warm saltwater dive sites. They are, as of publication date, still in their 50’s. That may or may not be true as of the purchase date. Learn more about them in Chapter 1 of The Scuba Snobs Guide to Diving Etiquette. They really are nice people. Ok, Debbie is a nice person. Dennis is kind of nice. Sometimes.

Between them the authors have over 22 years of recreational diving experience, including hundreds of dives in the Caribbean, pacific, and for Dennis, fresh water venues. Dennis has held the professional rating of Divemaster since 2000. Debbie is a former English and journalism teacher who, when not travelling to dive or writing, now works in and manages Dennis’ law office. Dennis practices law and works part time out of our favorite dive center, Underwater Phantaseas of Lakewood, Colorado. Someday Dennis and Debbies hope to be full time Scuba Snobs, or scuba bums, or just retire near warm saltwater dive sites. They are, as of publication date, still in their 50’s. That may or may not be true as of the purchase date. Learn more about them in Chapter 1 of The Scuba Snobs Guide to Diving Etiquette. They really are nice people. Ok, Debbie is a nice person. Dennis is kind of nice. Sometimes.

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