Fall scuba diving is our favourite time for local dives. This is when the crowds are less and the fish encounters are better.
Cooler evenings and mornings, cooler water temperatures, fading sunlight and shorter daylight hours. This means when diving, wear full cold water suits, bring warm cloths to put on after the dive and a blanket or warm up jacket.
So when are our sunset dives?
WEDNESDAYS!Start times will be at 6pm for briefings starting September 11th.
As we will now find ourselves diving through dusk and even into the dark Non night certified divers will need to be out of the water 30 minutes prior to sunset. Divers that are advanced or night certified can dive past sunset.
In addition, all divers and floats will need to be marked with a light.
Ever wanted to expand your diving into the night? Become a Night Scuba Diver.
Night diving introduces us to a whole new underwater world. Even a local dive site which you have been on several times takes on a new perspective at night. The change of day brings out different fish, life forms, creatures and plant life as the nocturnal become active at night. They...