Great Barrier Reef Cruise
This tour departs and returns to Port Douglas. For Cairns return departures please visit the Cairns version of this tour.
Great Barrier Reef
Enjoy a day experiencing the magnificent Great Barrier Reef. This tour will take you to the renowned Agincourt Reef, a jewel-like ribbon reef with spectacular coral formations, myriad of marine life and clear outer reef waters located on the very edge of the Great Barrier Reef and Australia’s Continental Shelf.
Outer Barrier Reef Cruise- Agincourt Reef
Quicksilver’s luxury wavepiercing catamaran will take you in comfort to a spacious reef activity platform - the perfect destination for swimmers and non-swimmers to experience this stunning reef world. Stay dry and explore in a semi-submersible and underwater observatory, or get wet and snorkel and dive amongst beautiful coral gardens. The informative marine biologist presentation will help you view the reef with informed eyes.
Optional activities include scuba and helmet diving, marine biologist snorkel tours and scenic helicopter flights. A tropical buffet lunch is included as well as morning and afternoon tea.
This tour is accredited with Advanced Ecotourism Accreditation and Australia’s most awarded reef cruise.
* The applicable child ages for this tour are: 4-14 years old
Included Meals: Lunch
Full Day Tour
Approximately 7.5 hours
Daily 10.00am from Port Douglas
(Boarding is at 9:30am)
For Cairns departures please click here.
4:30pm, Port Douglas
Our special discounted rates make booking accommodation with us during your holiday both easy and affordable at selected AAT Kings hotels and resorts.
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- Morning Tea
- Buffet Lunch
- Afternoon Tea
- Catamaran cruise
- Snorkelling gear
- Marine biologist Great Barrier Reef presentation
- Semi-submersible coral viewing tour
- Underwater observatory viewing
- Fish feeding presentation by crew
What to bring
- Sunglasses, hat and sunscreen
- Swimwear and towel
- Water bottle
- Camera and/or underwater camera
- Jacket in the cooler months
Low level of fitness required.
The Great Barrier Reef is classed as the single largest living organism in the world, spanning a total distance of over 2600km from the Torres Strait to Fraser Island.
The Great Barrier Reef is comprised of over 900 individual islands.
Over 1500 species of tropical fish, 400 different types of coral and 200 types of birds are just some of the life forms that inhabit the reef.
The Great Barrier Reef is a UNESCO World Heritage area and listed as one of the “Seven Natural Wonders of the World”.
The Great Barrier Reef covers an overall area that is larger than the size of Italy.