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Seastar - Standard Cruise

Seastar Cruises premium reef cruise combines the outer Great Barrier Reef with a coral cay island. In a fast air-conditioned vessel, arrive at magnificent Michaelmas Cay, the largest of the local uninhabited coral cays. Cruising past Green Island, Upolu cay and Oyster reef, Seastar is the first boat to arrive. Take the ferry to the beach and snorkel in the calm & sheltered waters of the coral cay.

After an enjoyable time here, it is a short 20 minute cruise to the splendid Hastings Reef, sitting on the very outer edge. This is where the corals thrive, well out from the coast away from the influence the rivers and streams, adjacent to the clear waters of the Pacific Ocean. A very different reef to Michaelmas, there is more diving, snorkelling or stay dry in the Glass Bottom Boat.

With 2 1/2 hours at each location, there is ample time to enjoy all that each offers...A great day out.

Inclusions

  • Over 5 hours at the Reef
  • Fast Modern Air Conditioned Catamaran
  • Morning & Afternoon tea
  • Hot & Cold Buffet Lunch
  • Reef Interpretation & Guided Snorkel Tour at each site
  • Snorkel equipment & instruction
  • Buoyancy vest - Floatation devices - Wetsuit or Lycra suit - Optical Mask
  • Glass Bottom Boat tour
  • Dive Guides for Certified Divers

Rates & Availability


Period Adults Children Families Option
Cruise
1 Apr 2017 – 31 Mar 2018 $195.00 $130.00 N/A
Prices Including Additional Charges: $15.00* $210.00 $145.00 N/A
*Additional Charges: An additional $15 per person levy ($6.50 Environmental Management Charge + $1.25 Port Fees + $2.25 Admin Fees + $5 Fuel levy) is payable on the day of travel.
Optional Extras: If required, return transfers from Cairns city are $17 per person and Northern Beaches $24 per person, payable on the day of travel.
Prices are shown in Australian dollars and include GST. Prices are subject to change without notice.

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