Why not experience the Aqaba Adventure Divers at night dive and watch a whole new world of Red Sea diving come to life under the glow of your torch beam. Everything changes as day time creatures retire and the nocturnal ones wake up. If you have never dived at night before we would recommend that you complete a night dive as part of the PADI Advanced Course or maybe the PADI Night Diver Specialty course.
Night Dive In Aqaba gives you the pleasure of underwater diving during the hours of darkness. It frequently refers specifically to recreational diving which takes place in darkness. The diver can experience a different underwater environment at night, because many marine animals are nocturnal.
Night Dive In Aqaba gives you additional hazards, such as dive light failure. This can result in losing vertical visual references and being unable to control depth or buoyancy, being unable to read instruments such as dive computers and diving cylinder contents gauges, and potential separation from the rest of the diving group, boat, or shore cover. Even with a functioning light, these hazards are still present in night diving. Backup lights are recommended.
Normal requirements for night diving are a dive light, and adequate protection from exposure. Some precautions and skills for night diving include: avoiding shining the light in other divers’ eyes, to be aware of and use surface light signals for bearings, and if appropriate to use an illuminated shot-line buoy. A surface marker buoy can be used to indicate the position of the divers to the surface team. The use of a strobe light by a diver under water can damage the night vision of other divers.
Several diver certification agencies offer specialty training in night diving, but professional diver training will usually include it in entry level training as it is considered a normal part of occupational diving.