On Saturday evening, November 5, there will be another edition of the international event when we dive at night around the world – Diversnight 2022
Diversnight 2022 is the next installment of a recurring diving event that has its origins in Norway. It was there in 2005 that the local scuba community held the first event, which grew into an international event in subsequent years.
The rules are simple and the pleasure enormous, because diving at night is a completely different experience. Underwater, different sights, an unforgettable atmosphere and creatures that often sit hidden during the day await us. It is also a great opportunity to meet in a larger group of local divers to indulge in a common passion.
Therefore, it should come as no surprise that since 2005, Diversnight has quickly grown from an event with 351 Norwegian divers, to an event with about 1.5-2.5 thousand divers from more than 20 countries participating! The rules are simple, and anyone who wants to can take part.
If you want to participate in Diversnight 2022, the easiest way is to go to the official event website. There, just use the search engine and find an event near your location. Contact the organizer, apply for participation and you can pack your diving gear! If no one is organizing a Diversnight dive near you, nothing lost! Get together with a group of friends, a dive center or a club and register your own event.
Diversnight is a regular event that takes place every year, every first Saturday in November. The main goal is to dive together at night, and the time of entry into the water is determined by the calendar. In 2021 it was 8:21 pm local time, for each of the reported dives. In turn, this year it will be 8.22 p.m. As you can see, the creators of the event have made sure that for the next few centuries the tradition can be preserved.
It’s been 12 years since the record year, and who knows? Maybe thirteen won’t turn out to be unlucky and a new record will be set during Diversnight 2022?
Exploring the underwater world brings many emotions, but also dangers. You can read about what can be found at the bottom of Polish bodies of water in the article written by Pawel Zolnia, which we published in the 20th issue of our DIVERS24 quarterly! The digital version of the magazine is available free of charge, while you can purchase the printed version in our online store.
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