Snorkel, swim and dive on one of the world's greatest natural wonders More Info

CDC - SK - Outer Barrier Reef

Rate Option Adults Children Infants Families Extras
Snorkel + 1 Certified Dive $170.00 N/A N/A N/A $20.00
Snorkel $120.00 N/A N/A N/A $20.00
Snorkel + 1 Intro Dive $170.00 N/A N/A N/A $20.00

1 Day Outer Reef Trip includes: morning tea/coffee, snorkel and dive gear, safety vests, lycra or wetsuits, snorkel and dive briefings, lunch and afternoon tea.

Extras: EMC levy is $20pp - payable onboard.  Guided certified dives cost $15pp per dive.

Bus Transfers: Cairns city - $10 pp / Northern Beach - $20 pp (payable direct to driver)

This vessel does not capacity toddlers and infants.

Prices valid until 31st March 2019.

 

 

Prices are shown in Australian dollars and include GST. Prices subject to change without notice.

This budget day boat is the MV Sunkist. Snorkel or dive the amazing Outer Great Barrier Reef! See spectacular coral gardens teaming with a vast array of marine life.  This vessel travels via Fitzroy Island on its way to and from the Outer Barrier Reef.  You will visit two reef locations within the Milln, Briggs, Moore, Thetford and Elford Reef sites.  Outer Barrier Reef day trip passengers are limited to 30 to maximise onboard comfort.

MV Sunkist is a 60 foot (18 metre) mono hull with a maximum speed of 18 knots.  It is a basic boat designed for budget travellers.


Check in: 7.00am onboard on the E Finger of the Marlin Marina

Depart Cairns: 7.30am

Return Cairns: 5.00pm

 

Inclusions:

  • Morning tea/cofee
  • Snorkel and dive equipment
  • Safety vests
  • Lycra or wetsuits
  • Snorkel and dive briefings
  • Lunch (cold meats, salads and bread rolls)
  • Afternoon tea

Bus transfers are available at $10 pp (city hotels) and $20 pp (northern beaches hotels).

If you want to spend time on Fitzroy Island as well as visit the Outer Reef - then you will need to travel on separate days.

 

 

 

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