Silversonic Dive and Snorkel Adventure of a Lifetime!

Experience the Renowned Agincourt Ribbon Reefs

Departing daily from Port Douglas, Silversonic promises an exhilarating day filled with fun, discovery, and adventure as you explore the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef. Our unique experience takes you to three different reef environments daily, making it the perfect choice for those seeking adventure and excitement.


What’s Included

3 Sites in One Day

Imagine entering a vibrant underwater kingdom teeming with tropical marine life. Silversonic visits a rich tapestry of remote and exclusive World Heritage Great Barrier Reef sites at the renowned Agincourt Ribbon Reefs. With incredible coral formations and extreme biodiversity, this is quality diving and snorkelling.

Swim with Dwarf Minke Whales: Silversonic holds an exclusive permit to swim with dwarf minke whales if encountered—a truly unforgettable experience!

5 Hours on the Reef: You’ll have ample time to explore the beauty of the Great Barrier Reef.

Returns to Port Douglas at 4.30 p.m.



Unlimited Adventure: Enjoy unlimited adventure snorkelling with a guided snorkel tour included.

Safety First: Snorkel briefings at each reef site and lifeguard snorkel officers supervising ensure your safety.

Explore with Confidence: You’ll have a fantastic time if you’re a beginner or an experienced snorkeler. Flotation devices and buoyancy vests are available if needed.

Marine Interpretation: Join the guided snorkel tour to learn more about the marine life around you. Our marine interpreters guide you over shallow coral gardens, pointing out fish and marine life, corals, and areas of interest.

Certified Divers

Up to Three Spectacular Dives: As a certified diver, you can enjoy up to three spectacular dives, experiencing three different Great Barrier Reef environments.

Dive Variety: From drift and wall dives to bommies and pinnacles, coral gardens, and swim-throughs, our magnificent sites offer diverse experiences for divers of all levels.

Safety and Enjoyment: Professional instructors accompany all dives at no extra charge, ensuring maximum safety and enjoyment. They have intimate local knowledge of the reef systems we visit and are passionate about sharing this.

Rich Marine Life: The Great Barrier Reef’s ecosystem supports a wide variety of life, including 1,500 species of fish, 400 types of corals, 4,000 species of molluscs, and 10,000 species of sponges.


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