Your dive adventure doesn’t have to end when the sun goes down, or if your only option for a dive site is a lake or quarry where visibility is limited by the clarity of the water.
Night diving allows you to see things you won’t see during the day. Most marine species hide during the bright daylight hours, only emerging once night has fallen to hunt. Many corals also feed at night, turning the dark waters into a nocturnal garden filled with colour.
Earning your Night and Limited Visibility certification give you access to an entirely new range of diving opportunities and experiences. This kind of diving requires additional training and experience, from how to manage underwater lights to buddy team management.
The Night and Limited Visibility course provides in-depth information on the necessary equipment, skills, knowledge and experience required to safely dive with a buddy at night or in limited visibility environments.