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1963 "First Edition" stated; Harper & Row Publishers, New York; hardbound in pearl boards with blue lettering along spine and "Calypso" mermaid embossed on cover; very good condition with unmarked pages, appears unread; many wonderful black and white and color photos; dust jacket good but has bumps to edges.

 

Description -

True adventure book describes some of the discoveries and progress made by Captain Cousteau and his team of Marine science explorers.

 

Jacques-Yves Cousteau ( also known as Captain Cousteau ) was a French undersea explorer, innovator, scientist, writer, filmmaker and photographer. He was the father of modern scuba diving and the co-founder of the Aqua-lung. He created the first underwater habitats, the Conshelf I, II and III. He was also the first president of CMAS (Confédération mondiale des Activités sous-marins – Global Confederation of Underwater Activity), which is the biggest diving society in the world, founded by the delegates of 15 countries unanimously in 1959 in Monaco.

The Living Sea by Jacques-Yves Cousteau

SKU: BS53g
$42.00Price