I dove a number of times on a shipwreck called The Rothesay. This ship sank in 1889. It is a shallow dive, only 30 feet deep and can be accessed from the shore. It is a very well preserved wreck for its age and abuse. It is also a favourite dive site for local dive training.
Last summer I tried something new. I made a night dive on this wreck. What an experience. I thought I knew the wreck well until I looked at it through the narrow beam of a dive light. It was like looking at a famous painting through the cardboard tube of a paper towel roll. I saw details I missed in my other dives.
I still talk about it and I feel the need to let others know about this opportunity to see a wreck in a different light.