The moon will be full, bathing the reef in a silvery, blue light. We'll stroll into a gentle surf (fingers crossed) and swim out a few yards to the first reef line. Depending on who comes, we may wish to kick all the way to the Seatech ledge, although I hear that there is plenty to see on the trip out too (I haven't been to this site before). Since it is officially lobster season, if you have the gear and the license, happy Bugging (and remember your friendly Organizer)!
Full moon dives are awfully cool because as you know, all the sea creatures come out at night... yet if the sky is clear you "almost" don't need a dive light.. This is an excellent first night dive for new or experienced divers.
As this is a night dive, you must be at least AOW (or night diving specialty) and all divers must have a primary light and a backup light. Tank lights are highly recommended (but not required), and I will have a dive flag with light. If I haven't personally been in the water with you, please bring your C Card as I will check it...
For this joint Meetup, we will all gear up near the restrooms south of the pier. A freshwater shower is available and parking is only $1.50 per hour.