We went hunting tiger sharks. We didn't find any, but this is what we saw on the way.... (probably just as well - I don't know what I would have done if I had found one!).
Drift diving is a type of recreational diving where the diver is transported by the currents caused by the tide or in a river. The current gives the diver the impression of flying and allows the diver to cover long distances underwater, possibly seeing more habitats and formations than usual. Often drift diving is performed more for the experience of underwater "flight" and less for interactions with underwater life, which, given the speed at which most divers move, are reduced. Tidal streams can keep an area free from sediment, increasing visibility.