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It is unusual that a scuba diving liveaboard should be known for anything other than the quality of the diving service it offers. The MV Salutay is that rare exception. Not only does she offer a top and innovative diving service and access to some of the best diving around the United Kingdom and Northern France, she also has divers returning every year because of the wonders that her galley produces.
Chef Freda Wright has been getting requests for recipes for many years and generations of divers have begged her to produce a cookbook, so that they can continue to enjoy her mouth-watering meals and snacks when they go home. This is the cookbook that they wanted: a selection of soups, main courses, desserts and snacks that divers aboard the MV Salutay have been enjoying for decades and that now you can cook at home for family and friends.
As well as the easy-to-follow recipes, this book also includes diving tales from the three decades that Freda and her husband, captain and technical diving pioneer Al Wright, have been exploring British, Irish and French waters. From the story of how Al discovered three major shipwrecks off Malin Head, Ireland at the dawn of the technical diving revolution to diving with seals in St. Kilda and descriptions of exploring the D-Day wrecks in the Baie de Seine, these anecdotes are clips of British diving history: essential reading for new divers and veterans alike.