Silversonic Port Douglas Visit 3 spectacular outer Barrier Reefs
Silversonic Port Douglas is the perfect choice for both scuba divers and snorkelers!
Visiting the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.
This day tour will take you 65 kilometres off the coast to the outer barrier reef.
Scuba diving and snorkelling, as well as introductory scuba diving, is available on this tour.
Get set for a day full of action, adventure, and wonder. Spend 5 hours and visit 3 locations throughout the day.
Next, swim straight off the back of the boat and into a natural wonderland.
Jump Into the Crystal Clear Water
Travel to the very outer edge of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.
Agincourt Reef offers 16 different dive sites with caves and swims throughs. The top of the reef has stunning coral gardens perfect for snorkelers.
While we visit the extraordinary ‘ribbon’ reefs on the Continental Shelf.
Here the crystal clear waters offer the best possible visibility. Then enter the water and be prepared for vivid stunning colours. While snorkelling and scuba diving, brightly coloured fish will be everywhere, and a turtle may pass by.
Next, marvel at incredible coral growth and abundant marine life.
Then see our list of the best Port Douglas reef tours.
- 3 Outer Agincourt Ribbon Reefs
- Outstanding visibility
- Spectacular marine life and coral
- 07:30 – First Check-in at Quicksilver Reservations Counter inside the Crystalbrook Marina complex.
- 08:15 – Next, Vessel boarding commences with Complimentary morning tea and coffee.
Then it’s time to head to the Great Barrier Reef!
- 08:30 – Depart Port Douglas marina for the Outer Barrier Reef.
- On the outward journey, certified and introductory dive briefings begin.
- 10:15 – Then arrive at the first reef location.
- Divers gear up while snorkellers’ site briefing begins.
- Then get ready to see the beauty of this natural wonder!
- 11:30 – Next, Silversonic departs for the second reef location.
- Both introductory and certified divers have the option here for a second dive.
- Snorkelers site briefing.
- Noon – Tropical hot and cold buffet lunch served in the air-conditioned cabin.
- 13:40 – Then Silversonic departs for the third reef location.
- Snorkellers are once again briefed as to the best areas to snorkel.
- Guided Snorkel Tour
- Option for certified divers to do a third dive and a second introductory dive.
- 15:00 – Then depart the Great Barrier Reef
- 16:30 – Approximate Arrival time at Port Douglas Marina
- 16:55 – Coaches depart for accommodation
- Return coach transfer from Port Douglas accommodation
- Return cruise from Port Douglas
- Up to 5 hours at Australia’s Great Barrier Reef
- Visit three different reef sites
- Delicious morning tea including focaccias and muffin cakes
- Afternoon Tea with cheese and biscuits.
- Hot and cold tropical buffet lunch.
- Reef Interpretation.
- Snorkelling equipment including mask, snorkel and fins
- Guided Snorkel Tour
- Snorkel brief at each site.
- Qualified lifeguard supervision.
- Equipment for divers and snorkelers
- Hot freshwater showers.
- Prescription masks
- Lycra suits
- Reef Levy
- Underwater digital cameras are available for hire.
- Professional underwater photo and video service
What to bring
- Your camera.
- Swimming costume and also your towel.
- Hat, sunscreen and also a shirt.
- Certification Card for Certified Divers.
- Cash/credit card for drinks and snacks, photos and additional dives.
How to get there
Check-in is at the Crystalbrook Superyacht Marina
44 Wharf Street, Port Douglas Queensland 4877
Our mission is to provide the very best Great Barrier Reef experience.
Queensland, Australia has some of the strictest scuba diving rules globally and the safest scuba diving record.
The Queensland Government Code of Practice regulates us, and we comply with all regulations.
We recommend that passengers complete a scuba dive medical questionnaire. Some medical conditions, age and medications may prevent scuba diving.
Can I go Diving?
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 and 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. You should not fly for 24 hours after your last div for multiple diverse.
If Skydiving or Hot Air Ballooning you must wait 24 hours after your dive.
We recommend waiting a minimum of 24 hours whenever possible