Join Divers Den for an affordable Great Barrier Reef certified diving day trip. Enjoy an incredible day cruising out to the reef on board SeaQuest and add the Great Barrier Reef to the places you’ve dived around the world.
The warm waters off Cairns and the incredible diversity of the world’s largest ecosystem offer perfect conditions for certified scuba diving. You’ll experience some of the most renowned reef sites, chosen from our moorings around the Norman, Saxon and Hastings Reefs based on the day’s conditions. Glimpse colourful coral thickets, giant clams, eels, turtles and more!
Our vessel is purpose-built for diving, with a spacious dive deck. In between dives, relax on deck and enjoy the view, and enjoy a tasty buffet lunch.
Keen for a longer Great Barrier Reef dive trip? Join our sister vessel ReefQuest which offers up to five hours out on the reef.
Includes all equipment and tuition. Prices valid from 1 April 2020 to 31 March 2021. Taxes/Levies are per person, per day (subject to change without notice). Fee includes: Environmental Management Charge (EMC) $7. Fuel, Port, and Administration Charges $13.00.
8am: Check in at Finger B, Cairns Marlin Marina
8.30am: Depart Cairns
10am: Arrive at first snorkel and dive site
12pm: Move to second site and enjoy lunch
12.30pm: Second snorkel and dive opportunity
2.15pm: Move to location of our vessel OceanQuest to transfer overnight passengers
2.50pm: Depart for Cairns
4.30pm: Arrive Cairns
“The most amazing adventure ever! If you want to enjoy a wonderful day diving with the best instructors and supervisors, this is for you. The crew is very friendly and passionate. The dives were amazing, I don’t know how many different fish and reefs we saw, but they are going to be with me the rest of my life. Strongly recommended!”
All scuba participants must meet medical questionnaire requirements. Some conditions or medications may prevent you from diving.
Currently the rules state that for a single no decompression dive, you should not fly/go to altitude for at least 12 hours, or 18 hours after multiple dives. Divers Den recommends waiting a minimum 24 hours whenever possible. These are guidelines only, there is no guarantee that these recommendations will prevent decompression sickness. There are no current guidelines regarding diving after flying.
Altitude is defined as 300m/1000ft above sea level. Certain other tourist attractions around Cairns and Tropical North Queensland involve travelling to altitude. These include the Atherton Tablelands and the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway, so we recommend a gap between booking these experiences and any dive course or trip. Under normal circumstances, you should be out of the water on your last dive by 2pm.