Port Douglas Dive and Snorkel Day
The perfect choice for both scuba divers and snorkelers to experience Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is this Port Douglas Dive and Snorkel Day.
Get set for a day full of action, adventure and wonder with 5 hours and 3 locations visited throughout the day. Swim straight off the back of the boat and into a natural wonderland.
Different options are available for snorkelers, introductory divers and certified divers alike.
We will take you to the very outer edge of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef where we visit the very special ‘ribbon’ reefs that run parallel to the Continental Shelf. Here the clear water offers the best possible visibility, fantastic coral growth and an abundance of marine life.
Tour Highlights & Inclusions
- Return coach transfer from Port Douglas accommodation
- Return cruise from Port Douglas
- Up to 5 hours at Australia’s Great Barrier Reef
- Visit 3 different reef sites
- Scrumptious morning tea including focaccias and muffin cakes on boarding, Afternoon tea cakes, cheese & biscuits.
- Hot and cold tropical buffet lunch.
- Reef Interpretation.
- Snorkelling equipment (mask, snorkel and fins).
- Guided Snorkel Tour
- Snorkel brief at each site.
- Qualified lifeguard supervision.
- Equipment for divers provided, including wetsuit.
- Hot freshwater showers.
- Prescription masks available at no additional cost.
- Lycra suits included
- Reef Levy included
- 07:30 – Check-in at Quicksilver Reservations Counter located inside
the Reef Marina for your boarding passes.
- 08:15 – Vessel boarding commences. Complimentary morning tea/breakfast served.
- 08:30 – Depart Port Douglas marina for the Outer Barrier Reef.
On the outward journey, certified and introductory dive briefings begin.
- 10:15 – Arrive at first reef location.
Divers gear up, while snorkellers’ site briefing begins.
Get ready to view the beauty of this natural wonder!
- 11:30 – Silversonic departs for second reef location.
Option for introductory divers and certified divers to do a second dive.
Snorkelers site briefing.
- 12:00 – Tropical hot and cold buffet lunch served in the air conditioned cabin.
- 13:40 – Silversonic departs for third reef location.
Snorkellers are once again briefed as to the best areas to snorkel.
Guided Snorkel TourOption for certified divers to do a third dive or second introductory dive.
- 15:00 – Depart the Great Barrier Reef
- 16:30 – Approximate Arrival time at Port Douglas Marina
- 16:55 – Coaches depart for accommodation
What To Bring
- Your camera.
- Swimming costume & towel.
- Hat, sunscreen & shirt.
- Certification Card for Certified Divers.
- Cash for drinks at the bar, credit card for additional dives.
Available for Hire:
- Underwater digital cameras available for hire.
- Professional underwater photo and video service on board.
Important Information for Scuba Diving
We have a passion to show you Australia’s Great Barrier Reef so please make sure you understand the scuba diving laws.
Queensland, Australia has some of the strictest scuba diving rules in the world but also the safest scuba diving record. We are regulated by the Queensland Government Code of Practice and comply with all rules including medical as is the law.
To avoid disappointment on your day of travel we strongly recommend that all of our passengers complete our dive medical questionnaire prior to booking as some medical conditions, age and / or medications may prevent you from scuba diving.
It is always our mission to provide our passengers with the very best Great Barrier Reef experience.
We are very happy to help you with any questions you may have. Please Contact our office on 07 4037 2700 or email us at email@example.com,
Or alternatively, you may like to consult your own Doctor for a Dive Medical using the Australian Standard Forms ‘AS.4005.1
Flying after Scuba DivingFor a single no decompression scuba dive, you should not fly or go to altitude for at least 18 hours after a scuba dive. For multiple dives you should not fly for 24 hours after your last dive. If Skydiving or Hot Air Ballooning you must wait 24 hours after your dive. We recommend waiting a minimum 24 hours whenever possible