Quicksilver Port Douglas Great Barrier Reef Cruise
Quicksilver Port Douglas cruise to the very outer edge of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. This Quicksilver Cruise is a fantastic multi-award-winning tour that offers a unique experience for everyone.
Quicksilver Cruises visits the pristine Agincourt Reef.
Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is a World Heritage Marine Park. This Reef is the largest living thing on the planet and is home to fifteen hundred species of fish, 400 different types of coral and six of the world’s seven marine turtles.
Sometimes guests see humpback whales during June and September on their regular migration to have their young.
First, we board at 9:15 am at The Crystalbrook Superyacht Marina.
Second, we will board Quicksilver Cruises’ wave-piecer for a luxury, comfortable cruise to Quicksilver’s marine platform on Agincourt Reef.
Along the way, you will receive friendly expert advice from the Quicksilver team.
Once you are on board, Quicksilver Cruises will enjoy a complimentary morning tea.
Thirdly at 10:30 am, a marine biologist presentation, followed by a snorkelling and scuba diving briefing.
This tour is an excellent option for everyone, including families and non-swimmers. A range of fantastic activities is available for all levels of ability. With so much to do, the Quicksilver Port Douglas Great Barrier Reef tour has something for everyone.
Ultimate Comfort On The Reef with quicksilver cruises
Quicksilver pontoon is comfortable and provides easy access to the water. It is just like a floating island on the Coral Sea. It is a spacious, all-weather modern dual-level platform. There are fantastic Great Barrier Reef viewing facilities and relaxation for you to explore.
Also, the covered areas provide shelter from the elements. While on the Reef, you do not need to get your feet wet with the underwater observatory and submarine tours.
Between noon and 1:30 pm, Quicksilver provides a delicious tropical lunch, including fresh prawns, pasta, meats, salads and fruit.
During this fantastic Great Barrier Reef day tour, there are excellent activities.
Port Douglas Snorkeling
Snorkelling is an excellent activity for your Quicksilver Cruises Great Barrier Reef day tour. The friendly staff can give you great snorkelling tips if you need assistance.
Marine Biologist Snorkeling tour
It starts with a marine biologist snorkelling tour. This marine biologist tour is an excellent way to learn about the Great Barrier Reef. Next, the marine biologist will also explain the parts of the coral Reef and the marine life on the Great Barrier Reef.
While at the pontoon, try the Oceanwalker, Helmet diving for a fun and unique way to breathe underwater. To try the Oceanwalker, you must be 12 years old.
Introductory Scuba Diving
In addition to your day, why not try introductory diving? Scuba diving lets you come face to face with stunning marine life and coral.
Before scuba diving, you will receive a briefing on what you can expect.
Certified scuba diving
During the day, certified divers can enjoy up to two forty minutes of scuba dives. A professional dive instructor guides these dives to enhance your experience.
Next, experience a 10-minute scenic helicopter flight and see the Great Barrier Reef from a new perspective.
Finally, Quicksilver Port Douglas is family-friendly and also disability-friendly.
Next, discover more Great Barrier Reef Tours.
- Reef Pontoon
- Outer Barrier Reef
- Underwater observatory
- 09:15 am – Check-in a the marina to collect your boarding passes.
- 09:30 am – Enjoy complimentary morning tea directly after you board.
- 10:00 am – Your adventure begins! The large, stable vessel provides a smooth journey to the Outer Barrier Reef.
- 10:30 am – Marine biology presentation and diving briefings.
- 11:30 am – Arrive at the Outer Great Barrier Reef Pontoon. The boat stays here for 3.5 hours, which gives you plenty of time to enjoy everything on offer.
- 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm – Lunch is served buffet style- with full bar facilities available in case you want to purchase drinks
- 3:00 pm – The vessel departs the Great Barrier Reef Pontoon.
- 4:30 pm – The boat arrives back in Port Douglas.
- 3.5 hours at a fixed Great Barrier Reef Pontoon
- Stunning Outer Great Barrier Reef site
- Unlimited Snorkeling
- All snorkeling equipment and instruction
- Semi-Submersible tours with commentary (weather permitting)
- Qualified lifeguard to watch all swimmers
- Underwater Observatory – See the life beneath without getting wet!
- Reef Presentation by a qualified marine biologist
- Educational fish feeding show
- Hot & cold tropical buffet lunch, including prawns
- Morning & afternoon tea
- Environmental Management Fee
Get More Out Of Your Day!
- Scenic Helicopter Flights.
- Underwater Digital Camera Hire available on board.
- Professional photography packages.
- Marine Biologist Guided Snorkel Tour – Beginner Tour or Advanced Tour options are available.
- Scuba Diving* for qualified divers (Certified). Up to 3 dives available.
- ‘Resort Scuba Diving’* for beginners. No experience needed. (minimum of 12 years old)
- Ocean Walker Helmet Diving*
- Snack Bar Purchases: Soft drinks, ice cream, alcohol, etc.
- Prescription mask hire is available if you require vision correcting glasses.
- Hotel transfers from Cairns and Northern Beaches hotels.
*Subject to medical conditions – see ‘Important Information for Scuba & Ocean Walkers’ below.
- Cash or credit card for extra purchases – Note: credit card surcharges may apply
- Swimming costume, towel and also hat
- Sunscreen together with sunglasses
- Proof of qualification if you’re a Certified Diver
- Booking Voucher/Confirmation
Quicksilver can organise transfers from your accommodation, or you may make your own way to the Crystalbrook Superyacht Marina, Wharf Street, Port Douglas.
All-day parking is available, and it is free of charge.
Information for Scuba Diving & Ocean Walker
To avoid disappointment, we recommend that all of our passengers complete our dive medical questionnaire before booking.
Queensland, Australia has some of the strictest scuba diving rules in the world but also the safest scuba diving record. The Queensland Government Code of Practice regulates us and we comply with all regulations.
We are happy to help you with any questions you may have. Please contact our office on 07 4037 2700 or email us at [email protected],
Or you may like to consult your Doctor for a Dive Medical using the Australian Standard Forms ‘AS.4005.1
Flying after Scuba Diving
For 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 of 24 hours whenever possible
Please note there is a price increase every 1st April.