Great Barrier Reef Trip

Experience one of the seven wonders of the world – The Great Barrier Reef!

We’ll take you to the outer reef where you can swim, snorkel and dive in one of the most diverse eco systems in the world, with colourful hard and soft corals and awesome marine life.

Certified Divers
Due to the focus on conservation and the lower number of dive boats and tours operating from the Magnetic Island/Townsville region, we have access to some of the healthiest most pristine areas in the Great Barrier Reef.
We promise small groups and offer complimentary guides to all of our certified divers.
We offer quality rental equipment, including dive computers, 5mm full-length wetsuits or stinger suits and dive quality masks, snorkels and fins.

Introduction to Scuba Diving
Not certified?  Want to dive the barrier reef?  No problem!
Introductory dives are for beginners and require no previous experience.  It’s a great way to experience the Great Barrier Reef and try out scuba diving if you don’t have time to complete the learn to dive course.  One of our friendly  and experienced Instructors will take you step by step through the whole exciting experience.

*Medical conditions apply, minimum age 12 years old.

 

What to bring:

  • Swimmers
  • Towel
  • Sunscreen
  • Hat
  • Windproof Jacket / Jumper (in winter)
  • Certification card/app for certified divers

Please note: bags are strictly not allowed on the boat

Bags are not allowed on the boat as they are classed as a trip hazard. We have a small cabin space for towels and a dry box for valuables such as cameras and phones. 

Any customer bags will be stored at the dive shop and returned to you at the end of the trip.


Minimum Age

A minimum age of 12 is required to snorkel or scuba dive with us. Under 18’s must be accompanied by a parent or Guardian.  


Travel Insurance

All passengers are strongly advised to purchase a comprehensive Travel Insurance policy that covers:

  • Trip Cancellation,
  • Lost/damaged personal belongings or equipment, due to any reason, 
  • Evacuation and Medical cover for Scuba Diving

In a medical emergency, any evacuation, vessel relocation or medical expenses are the financial responsibility of that passenger. 


Advice for Diving and Snorkeling
Snorkeling and Scuba Diving can be strenuous activities. If you are concerned about your fitness, swimming ability or have a medical conditions please inform our friendly crew.

*Some medical conditions may prevent you from diving or will require a Doctor’s certificate (organised prior to your trip). You’ll be required to complete a medical statement and sign a Legal Waiver Release & Indemnity Deed prior to boarding the vessel.  Click here to view our medical questionnaire.

You will not be able to fly or ascend over 300m for 24 hours after your final dive.

*All Prices are Per Person and Prices may vary depending on Start Dates.

More Information

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