Sat, 22 Jan | Manly

Teen Night Dive (School Holidays)

An incredible experience; put simply "if you haven't tried a night dive" now's the time.
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Teen Night Dive (School Holidays)

Time & Location

22 Jan, 6:00 pm – 23 Jan, 9:00 pm
Manly, Shelly Beach, Manly NSW 2095, Australia

About the Event

Night Dive did you knows?

- Night Diving is often considered safer than diving during the day as it is easier to navigate and stay with your buddy

- Divers often see more marine life on a night dive than during the day as they are more focused when using a torch

- It's not totally dark underwater there is a lot of natural light and divers can often see even without a torch

- Divers use a lot less air on a night dive due to moving a lot slower and night dives often being conducted on shallower reefs in calm conditions.

Most divers feel nervous before their first Night Scuba Dive; it's normal! It's a truly magical, tranquil, and special experience, like many other scuba dives your nerves will disappear once you start the dive as you become amazed at the beautiful marine life around you.

Dive Details

Drop Off: 7 pm Pick Up: 9 pm

Price: 125.00pp Includes torch hire and equipment *excluding wetsuit

Max Numbers: 4

Certification Level: PADI Junior Open Water and Open Water Divers upwards

We'll meet at 7 pm on the grass area at Shelly Beach, Manly (if we have to change dive sites due to weather conditions you will receive a text earlier in the day). We start with a "Night Dive" briefing, where we talk about the differences of diving at night, safely, how to use a dive torch, signaling & communications, what you can see & buddy system procedures. Then it's time to gear up; performing buddy checks and head to the water aiming to get in around 7.45 pm just as the sun is setting (sunset is at around 8 pm) this will give us a chance to acclimatize to the changing light as well as witness the reef "going to bed" before fully experiencing the wonders of night diving. The dive usually takes around 45 minutes and is followed by lots of chatting about what we saw over a hot chocolate whilst filling in our logbooks.

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