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Great Barrier Reef Luxury Snorkel and Dive Cruise from Cairns

Highlights
  • Snorkel or dive two Great Barrier Reef locations with vibrant fish and coral
  • Diving option available for non-certified divers
  • Indoor-outdoor spaces mean room to sunbathe or enjoy the AC
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Great Barrier Reef Luxury Snorkel and Dive Cruise from Cairns
From US$160.43
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Great Barrier Reef Catamaran Cruise from Cairns including snorkeling
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Great Barrier Reef Catamaran Cruise including one introductory dive
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Great Barrier Reef Catamaran Cruise from Cairns including two introductory dives
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Overview
Dive or snorkel the Great Barrier Reef on a full-day cruise aboard a catamaran with outdoor decks and climate-controlled cabins. Ride a glass-bottom boat to dive or snorkel Upolu Cay, enjoy a gourmet buffet lunch, then dive or drift-snorkel the Wonder Wall, a spectacular plateau home to diverse coral and marine life. Breakfast, lunch, and equipment are provided for this unforgettable all-inclusive day of exploring the Great Barrier Reef.
What to Expect

Make your way to the Cairns Reef Fleet Terminal to board your comfortable catamaran, where coffee, tea, fruit, and muffins are served. Enjoy views from the air-conditioned cabin or the sundeck as you cruise toward Upolu Cay, approaching the shallow reef in a glass-bottom boat. Spot some of Upolu Cay’s vibrant fish and coral on a dive or snorkel, then return to the catamaran for lunch. 

The lunch menu varies, but typically includes dishes such as smoked salmon, chilled prawns, and meats served alongside fresh bread and salads. After lunch, cruise to the Wonder Wall, a dive and snorkel site on the outer edge of Upolu Reef that rises 46 feet (14 meters) from the ocean floor. Dive or try drift-snorkeling here, riding the current with a marine naturalist as you watch for corals, giant clams, turtles, and colorful fish.

After your dive or snorkel, begin the return cruise to Cairns, nibbling fruit, cheese, crackers, and cake along the way.

Reviews (242)
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Reviewed 2 days ago
Terrific crew, beautiful spot!

We did this back in August. Super fun experience for mom with teen and pre-teen. Crew totally professional yet very also very fun. Appealed to all ages, to all kinds of in water experience. The place very beautiful and the water clear. We saw the...More

Thank jill70
Reviewed 3 days ago
Absolutely Wonderful Experience from start to finish ! Absolute recommend !

We did the one day sailing , snorkel / dive experience with trip to Green Island. In one word it was Spectacular! The boat was great , the staff was professional, check in was effortless and we had the best crew ever ! Captain Scott...More

Thank jtischer
Reviewed 3 days ago
Excellent

When I searched for this experience I came across few different operators and I am so glad I chose these people. My husband and I had a lovely time, we spent whole day with them and I can not thank them enough for all care...More

Thank Discover142110
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
It was good

The tour itself was good, got to see turtles, sharks and many fishes but some of the staff are rude and blunt, especially one lady who was behind the bar. Apart from that it was good

1  Thank LeahEL
Reviewed 5 days ago
Excellent!!!

The check in for this cruise was very quick and easy, and even though there was approximately 70+ people on the boat, it didn't feel crowded onboard. Safety briefings were very concise and professional, with separate ones given to guests who were doing scuba. My...More

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Donna J
November 7, 2018|
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Response from sabo134 | Reviewed this property |
The wet suits provide some buoyancy making it easy to almost float. They also provide guides that pull a life saver that several people can hold on to. That's a good option if you're not a good swimmer
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Maedsche89
October 29, 2018|
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Response from Carmyn H | Reviewed this property |
They provide all the gear. It was an additional $50! to scuba dive. All scuba and snorkel gear was on the boat. Clean, fitted. They do a great job. Highly recommend.
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