Escorted Group Dive the Wreck of the Yongala

Join Samantha from Pro Dive Coogee for 4 Days of Diving from Magnetic Island
Trip dates  14th April to 17 April 2017

A $500.00 deposit required to book with balance of payment due 60 days prior to departure

Dive the Great Barrier Reef and the World Renown
Wreck of the SS Yongala

  • 8 dives over 4 days (14 - 17 Apr)
  • Tanks & weights and surface interval refreshments
  • 5 nights accommodation (self contained apartment, triple share)
  • Tour Leader
  • Return Ferry Transfer

About the Wreck of the SS Yongala

The wreck of the steamer SS Yongala, which sank during a cyclone in March, 1911, is rated Australia's best wreck dive. At 120 metres in length, Yongala is also the longest and most intact wreck off the Australian coast.

Situated in 14-28 metres of water, lying on its port side, the wreck has turned into an amazing artificial reef attracting a huge amount of aquatic life.

On most days you can expect to see giant Queensland groupers, giant trevally, barracuda, sea snakes, turtles and sharks. There are also common sightings of bull and eagle rays plus schools of black kingfish. The hull is also adorned in a wide range of sponges and corals.

 

Inclusions


  • 8 dives over 4 days (14 - 17 Apr)
  • Tanks & weights and surface interval refreshments
  • 5 nights accommodation (self contained apartment, triple share)
  • Tour Leader
  • Return Ferry Transfer

Exclusions


 

  • Return airfares from Sydney 
  • Return transfer from Airport to the Ferry Terminal
  • Meals
  • Gear Hire
  • EMC (Environmental Management Charge) $6.50pp per trip for the Reef
  • EMC and Mooring fees $22pp per trip for the Yongala

Gear Hire prices on request

Minimum requirement - divers recommended to be Advanced Open Water Certified and.or have at least 15 logged dives.

 

Itinerary


14th to 17th April 2017

 

Great Barrier Reef - Magnetic Island Escorted Tours
*All Prices are Per Person and Prices may vary depending on Start Dates.

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