Join the crew aboard SeaQuest for a full day on the magnificent Great Barrier Reef with unlimited snorkelling, leaving from Cairns
Join the crew aboard SeaQuest for a full day on the magnificent Great Barrier Reef with unlimited snorkelling, visiting two different locations on the reef, leaving from Cairns!
Snorkelling is a fun and easy way to discover the Great Barrier Reef. The team will hold a briefing on board before you head out snorkeling to explain how to put on and use the gear. All of the snorkelling equipment is provided, including a wetsuit or stinger suit. Prescription masks are also available upon request
We have 17 exclusive moorings to choose from on the Outer Great Barrier Reef at Norman, Saxon and Hastings reefs. We use a wide variety of these to give you the best conditions on the day and ensure a minimal environmental impact. We also make a brief stop at our liveaboard boat OceanQuest, transferring overnight guests
Our sites are frequented by tropical and Palegic Fish, Rays, Turtles, (friendly) Sharks and the ever popular Maori Wrasse
Want to scuba dive? No problem, SeaQuest offers the chance to do up to 2 scuba dives and can cater for both first timers (Introductory) and Certified divers
Extras available onboard:
Scuba diving is subject to availability
Check in: 8am from ‘B’ finger, Cairns Marlin Marina
Departs from: 'B' Finger, Cairns Marlin Marina
Arrives back in marina approx: 4:30pm
Price: Adult $140 (+$20 Levy) Child (4-11 years) $90 (+$20 Levy)
Prices below do not include the $20 levy which is required to be paid directly to the operator on the morning of departure. This tax/levy includes: EMC $6.50. Fuel, Port, and Administration Charges $13.50
All prices are shown in AUD ($)
Hello Helen, thank you for taking the time to post a review for us. It is unfortunate to hear the weather was not the best for you. We do use a local catering company to provide our hot/cold tropical buffet lunch, with a variety of salads, hot soup and cold meats. These are prepared fresh everyday. Unfortunately there has been bleaching events in the past, this does not mean the coral is dead. Different species of coral will have different colours. Yes it is a world heritage listed area as it is the largest coral reef ecosystem in the world and is vitally important to the health of the planet. As you have seen, it needs our protection. Thank you again for your review and feedback Helen. We do hope you have the opportunity to travel with us again, perhaps you would like to experience the sites we have on the Ribbon Reefs from Port Douglas.
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