Physically, no. We just cannot see the ocean’s translucency since there is not light penetrating and reflecting off the water. Water maintains its physical characteristic of being clear, no matter what the lighting conditions.
No, it doesn’t technically turn black at night. It just appears that way simply because there is no light tha can reflect off the water. The sea is blue because of the the mineralogical content of the sea water which changes depending on the mineral content of both the sea water and the underlying rock formations.
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