Night Diving on the Great Barrier Reef


Diving at night opens up an entire new perspective on the Great Barrier Reef highlighting different formations and wildlife that are not normally seen during the day. Different fish behaviour and activities are often displayed at night much different to the daylight hours.

Here an inquisitive turtle has followed our divers on their dive. Swimming alongside them for several minutes exploring the reef with them. Thanks to Malcolm one of our guests for this great photo.

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  1. Hello Coral Sea Dreaming Crew,

    Thank you for the wonderful two day sailing trip to the Australian Great Barrier Reef. I’m pleased that you are displaying my photo of the turtle on your blog. I cannot wait to print and frame the photo and place it on my wall at home. It just shows a little slice of what a terrfic experience you have shared with your Australian and French guests om this trip. Thanks for the great sail, dives, fun and chats. Kind regards, Malcolm Crabtree (Brisbane) :-D

    Comment by Malcolm Crabappletree — September 4, 2008 @ 10:29 am

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