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Wavedancer Low Isles Cruise

Wharf Street | Reef Marina, Port Douglas, Queensland 4877, Australia
+61 7 4087 2100
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Low Isles Great Barrier Reef Sailing Cruise from Port Douglas
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Wharf Street | Reef Marina, Port Douglas, Queensland 4877, Australia
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Had a great winters day at really nice reef, the coral and fish life making for a memorable morning in the water. The sail boat that took us out was really well equiped and the talk given by the marine biologist on the way informative...More

Thank John L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Very professionally run tour and short trip out to the inner reef Low Isles for a day of snorkelling and tour with a very knowledgeable marine biologist on board. Delicious lunch was included as well as morning and afternoon tea. All equipment and Lycra suits...More

1  Thank merilynflavell
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We chose this tour to avoid the big crowds going out to the outer reef and were definitely not disappointed. The catamaran was perfect and had helpful friendly staff. The journey out and back sat on the front deck was really lovely in the sun,...More

Thank Emma J
Reviewed 14 May 2017

Speaking as someone who hasn't had that much experience snorkelling, I found this to be a great day out but would agree that those more advanced might not get the same value or challenge. The highlight for me was probably seeing Turtles and Sharks, which...More

Thank J W
Reviewed 14 April 2017

A day full of fun! The crew were friendly and helpful. Although the water was a little murky the reef was still beautiful! Great day out with the family and an adventure we will never forget!

Thank TravellingDaniellos
Reviewed 10 April 2017

Went with my wife and 7 & 13 y/o sons. Choose this tour because i only wanted a half day and glad I did as i watched 100's board the other boat. Only need to bring towels and sun screen, everything else it supplied. Good...More

Thank Robert L
Reviewed 22 March 2017 via mobile

Unfortunately the tour we took was better for beginning snorkelers and families. There is only snorkeling from the beach on the island and while there is some great Reef corals and fish, the beginners kept kicking the sand up on the bottom and the visibility...More

3  Thank sparkysimi
Reviewed 22 March 2017 via mobile

My husband and I went on this cruise yesterday and it was a great way to spend the day. All the crew were friendly and helpful. The marine biologist onboard was not only knowledgeable but she was very bubbly and enthusiastic. Snorkeling with reef sharks...More

Thank afmforbes
Reviewed 19 March 2017

Everything about this cruise was fantastic! We thoroughly enjoyed our day out cruising on this beautiful catamaran to the Low Isles and spending the afternoon snorkelling from the beach of this stunning island. The crew were so friendly and helpful and John the Marine Biologist...More

Thank carmie74
Reviewed 2 March 2017

The day was organised very well. All the crew were fantastic and we didn't feel rushed at any point. Being low season, there was only about 40 other people on the boat so if felt like a much more personalized trip. Great trip for non-swimmers...More

Thank cherryripe1212
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LindsayY36
Hi folks ! Looking for advice. We are hopefully going to be staying in PD for a few days in July - we are from Scotland and are not seasoned snorkellers ! We had a catamaran cruise with snorkelling / turtles in Barbados 2 years ago and it was fab - except for my horrendous sea sickness (vomiting and everything and had to be taken off the boat back to land ) this was on fairly calm water. So my questions ...... how long on the boat is it till you get to the Low Isles ? Can it be rough (although I was sick even in fairly smooth ) Should I forget about doing any trips like this because of the sickness ? Do sea sickness tablets work ? Lol. Any views / advice welcome. Just seems such a shame to miss out on the snorkelling (which I liked !) coming all that way 😞
9 January 2017|
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Response from KT-svj | Reviewed this property |
Purely from memory, the boat takes about 90 minutes; the water was calm when we went in August 2016. If you can go, then go; I'm not good in the sea but really enjoyed it. It's a great trip.
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ErinLon
Hi there, we're looking at doing a trip to the reef for two families with kids (2 x 3 yr olds, a 7 month old and a 10 month old) would this day trip be suitable for these ages and what's the transfer of any from the boat to the island? Thank you 😊
3 September 2016|
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Response from Anne-Louise H | Reviewed this property |
Hi ErinLon. I've been on many trips to the reef and took my kids for the first time last year but they were 14 and 11. I wanted them to feel comfortable snorkeling and be able to appreciate it as it is such a long and... More
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