set is thrilling for anyone who enjoys Great Lakes waters: boaters, history buffs, scuba divers, travelers, explorers, beachcombers,
real-life and armchair adventurers....
These proven bestsellers have been improved with this new second edition.
Each book: Color photos throughout the 286 glossy pages, 6" x 9" softcover, 122 color photos, 50+
black-and-white archival images.
Exciting histories, dramatic details of the sinkings, and complete shipwreck descriptions.
Updated and new GPS coordinates.
Includes shipwreck art and index.
Volume I includes:
-- fascinating data on each of the five Great Lakes
-- which 51 shipwrecks in Lake Ontario, Lake Erie, and Lake Huron are considered the best, and
-- the dramatic
stories behind these 51 shipwrecks
-- specific location data on each shipwreck (most with both Loran and GPS coordinates)
-- appendices on Vessel Types and Vessel Parts
-- appendix on "100 Deep Great Lakes
Shipwrecks for Technical Diving," in all five of the Great Lakes
Comments from Reviewers and Others:
you are new to Great Lakes shipwreck diving, or a well-traveled diver, this guide is a valuable resource and a must for your
collection.... Cris Kohl has provided...a unique, well-written resource...."
-- Joyce Hayward, Great Lakes scuba diver and a member of the Women Divers Hall of Fame
"...an excellent set of books.... These books will definitely be the new
Great Lakes shipwreck diver's bible...."
-- Brendon Baillod, Great Lakes Shipwreck Research
"This is a complete reference guide to
the very best the sport of diving has to offer in the Great Lakes."
-- Great Lakes Cruiser Magazine
"The books look fantastic!... Your color photos help
to make these books the most professional works I have seen on the topic."
Adam Henley, Great Lakes Maritime Artist
part of writing such as yours [Cris Kohl's] will be of the most lasting influence.... Keep up the bood work...."
-- Paul Woehrmann, Local
History and Marine Collection, Milwaukee Public Library
"GREAT BOOKS, and thank you for your contribution to our wonderful sport."
-- Andy Moblo, Moby's Dive
Shop, Grand Rapids, Michigan