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New Palau & Yap Book and E-book available from Micronesia’s Tim Rock

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Tim Rock at The Scuba NewsThese Micronesian islands of Palau and Yap hold possibly the best diving sites in Micronesia and the Pacific. Palau has been described as one of the world’s underwater wonders. Yap is said to be the most culturally intact isle in the region. Both offer stunning natural beauty, encounters with big ocean marine life like sharks and manta rays and amazing coral gardens.

This guide is intended to bring to the diver the most popular and unique dive sites of Palau and Yap in the northwestern Pacific Ocean.

They are known for their wide array of beautiful hard corals, variety of fish and amazing dropoffs. Plus, there are numerous World War remnants here. There are over 130 full color images and island maps.

Approximate dive positions are shown on maps and each site is introduced with general location, most frequently dived depths, type of dive that can be expected, the dominant marine life and the logistical requirements. The author is internationally published marine photojournalist Tim Rock, who has lived in Micronesia for three decades. Available as an e-book for all IOS devices (iPad, iPhone, iTouch).


What’s Inside:

  • Site descriptions
  • Approximate Depths
  • Dive Tips
  • Photography
  • Practicalities
  • Reefs
  • Shipwrecks
  • Culture

and More


E-Book Available here:


and through iTunes:


Blurb Print version (non-gloss paper):


Contact Tim:

See the Newest Images:  http://timrock.photoshelter.com/

Website: http://www.doubleblue.com


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About Author

Tim Rock is an internationally published photojournalist who specializes in the ocean realm. Based on Guam in the Western Pacific Ocean, He is the author of numerous Lonely Planet Diving & Snorkeling guides. Learn more about Tim at http://www.thescubanews.com/contributors/tim-rock/

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