An Abundance Of Marine Life Everywhere
They are all genuine regulars at our private unexplored dive sites that are waiting for your experience.
FAQ’s – Scuba Diving
Introductory Scuba Diving Requirements
For anyone participating in Introductory Scuba Diving, please read the following requirements – please read the attached “Medical declaration for Intro (resort) diving”.
If you answer YES to any of these questions then you won’t be able to dive unless you’ve got medical clearance, which a copy of a current doctor’s certificate must be supplied.
If you’re able to, please print & complete and bring with you for the dive team.
Please Download & Read Carefully.
What will I see diving?
I have never tried diving before, can I try it during the tour?
Absolutely, our experienced dive instructors on board will guide guests through their first underwater scuba diving experience to make it memorable, enjoyable and safe. No previous diving experience required however please read the “Initial-Medical-Declaration-for-Introductory Diving” prior to coming on board to avoid disappointment as guest safety is paramount. Introductory dives include a dive briefing allowing the instructor to introduce the equipment and underwater skills. The remaining time underwater will allow you to follow your instructor as they highlight beautiful corals and fish on a guided tour.
What if i can’t find my dive certification card?
A visual of a dive certification card or electronic confirmation or screenshot with diver certification number, affiliation and dive certification level is required prior to diving. Please contact your dive affiliation for your dive certification number prior to boarding as it is required for certified dive activities. If you are unable to provide your dive certification number the option to do an introductory dive can be offered.
What is the difference between lagoon dives and outer reef dives?
The lagoon is a sheltered environment with regular visitors including turtles, rays, reef tip sharks and hundreds of tropical fish species. The outer edge is more exposed and currents welcome larger marine life such as manta rays, larger shark species, turtles, a wide variety of hard and soft coral structures, as well as large schools of fish such as barracuda.
Should I get a doctor’s clearance prior to the tour if I want to dive?
Take the time to review the “Initial-Medical-Declaration-for-Introductory Diving” as guests on prescription medications or with any of the listed conditions require a doctor’s clearance prior to any diving activity on board. This applies to both introductory and certified divers.
Can I touch the reef coral or wildlife?
We are in a UNESCO World Heritage Listed Site and a dedicated Marine Park Green Zone. Under no circumstances must we touch the coral, wildlife or any other naturally occurring part of the Great Barrier Reef. This protects the Great Barrier Reef for the enjoyment of today’s and future generations as well as protecting yourself from potential infection or damage from the coral and wildlife.