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New Book by Tim Rock and David Fleetham: Diving & Snorkeling Guide to Hawaii
By Ian Bongso-Seldrup, May 10, 2021 @ 09:00 AM (EST)

Tim Rock and David Fleetham have announced a new book, Diving & Snorkeling Guide to Hawaii. The volume is a part of a series of guide books about diving and snorkeling spots around the world, including Raja Ampat and Northeast Indonesia, Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands, Palau and Yap, Bali, and Truk Lagoon, Pohnpei and Kosrae.

The book has 96 full-color pages and features 72 sites around the Hawaiian Islands. For each dive site, there’s a detailed description as well as practical information and underwater photography tips. The book is available in both print and electronic forms.

See the press release below for more details.


New Book: The Diving and Snorkeling Guide to Hawaii Now Available

Authors Tim Rock and David Fleetham are happy to announce the availability of the new, handy guide for snorkeling and diving in the Aloha State.

The Diving and Snorkeling Guide to Hawaii by TIM ROCK and DAVID FLEETHAM is now available on Amazon, Blurb and Apple iTunes in paperback, fixed format eBook, PDF and fixed format Kindle versions

The Hawaiian islands sit isolated in the north central Pacific Ocean. Hawaii is America’s 50th state and is, by far, one of the more special states in terms of geography, ocean life and natural beauty. A large part of the western part of the state is set aside as a marine preserve with small islands, atolls and reefs. The eastern side is inhabited and developed and a major worldwide tourism destination. This guide is intended to bring to the diver the most popular and unique dive sites of the accessible Hawaiian Islands. They are known for their unique submerged lava formations, array of beautiful hard corals, variety of endemic fish and amazing dropoffs. Plus, there are numerous World War II remnants here. In this new 2021 Edition, each site is introduced with general location, frequently dived depths, dominant marine life and logistics. The authors are internationally published marine photojournalist Tim Rock and Maui resident and underwater photography master David Fleetham.


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

See these websites for a copy of this innovative new bucket list book:



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