Blue Light aka Fluo Diving
Blue Light Diving, also known as Fluo Diving, is a bit like a psychedelic disco. It's a night dive like no other where you discover a hidden world of the nocturnal reef.

Our diving crew uses special lights and filters to show the fluorescence of corals and other creatures visible in the night reef. We use four lights, each with 15,000 lumens, which allows us to illuminate much of the reef, leaving your hands free to take stunning photos of the fluorescent reef.

Please note that we need a minimum of 4 divers for fluo diving. ••• photos by Michael Aw •••
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Black Water Diving
The concept of black water diving is simple. It is a night dive, where we use our strong lights in the deep open ocean. We just hang our divers under the boat and wait for what is attracted to the bright light. Marine life that divers see during Black Water dives is rarely larger than an inch or two.

Black water diving is about discovering rarely seen planktonic creatures, many of which are fish or other animals in their larval or juvenile phase which float in the ocean currents.

Please note that we need at least 4 participants for Black Water dives. ••• photos by Micheal Aw •••
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