Perfect for divers who have little time, embark for three action-packed days! You'll get to dive on the outer Great Barrier Reef without breaking the bank. With two night dives included in the 11 dives, be prepared to see some action on the reef! Beginners will get to practice their skills and finish their certification onboard, while the most experienced divers will explore the sites with their buddies.
Since 1986, the dive operator has had a team of scientist divers, the Reef Biosearch, monitoring the reef. It now has the longest-running logbook of marine observations on the reef. It has also been involved in coral reef restoration projects since 2018. Solar power is used across operations whenever possible, and a strong focus is put on waste management and phasing out plastic consumables.
For all levels of divers, from beginners to more experienced divers. Non-divers can join the trip, and can even do their Open Water certification before and during the cruise if they wish.
FIRST DAY: 4 dives
SECOND DAY: 4 dives
THIRD DAY: 3 dives
Recognized since 1981 as a UNESCO World Heritage Area, the Great Barrier Reef is home to 1,500 species of fish, 360 species of hard corals, and one-third of the world's soft corals.
North of Cairns and only accessible by liveaboard, the outer Barrier Reef hosts big groups of tropical fish, some giant clams, some turtles and barracudas, and the occasional bull ray.
Milln Reef offers a beautiful topography with pinnacles, swim throughs, and some walls. Expect to see some resident turtles, some white-tip reef sharks, and plenty of sweetlips! A good site for night dives too.
Thetford Reef has plenty of beautiful and soft corals full of life with plenty of angel fish, damselfish, and butterflyfish. Cathedral and Blue Lagoon sites are famous among divers.
Flynn Reef is a popular reef that offers excellent diving for novice to very experienced divers. Its hard coral is particularly beautiful, with finger, table, plate, and boulder corals.
Pellowe Reef is a small isolated reef located close to the edge of the continental shelf. This site is only accessible when conditions are fine. The site has an exciting wall dive, with a drop-off going down to 30 meters (98 ft), and swim-throughs. You might see some barracudas and other pelagic fish there.