Although the Andrea Doria lies 240 feet beneath the foaming Atlantic, it is still claiming victims. Dubbed "the Mt. Everest of diving," this silt-layered rusty wreck has lured at least a dozen divers to their deaths, including five in one season. In Deep Descent, Kevin McMurray, an award-winning journalist and an experienced scuba diver, explains why adventurers continue to brave the strong and unpredictable currents around the toppled hulk of the fallen liner. Fifty photographs show even cowardly landlubbers why men dive headlong into uncertain futures in an unforgiving sea.
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