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Reef Boat Overnight - Coral Sea Dreaming Cairns

Coral Sea Dreaming Overnight Dive Snorkel & Sail

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Plenty of opportunity to snorkel and different outer reefs to explore, a lot of fun thanks

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Enjoyable trip lots of opportunities to snorkel beautiful reefs

Reviewed 01-Dec-2021

Reply from Everything Travel Group

Thank you so much for your feedback, we really appreciate it. We are so glad to hear that you enjoyed your reef boat overnight trip with Coral Sea Dreaming experience. Please get in touch regarding any future holiday plans, we would be more than happy to assist you & offer you a repeat customer discount. All the best! :) Everything Travel Group

Posted 05-Jan-2022

Latest Questions about Reef Boat Overnight - Coral Sea Dreaming (Cairns)

Is there electricity on the boat and outlets to charge phones. Will there be any phone reception while out on the water?

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Thank you for your question regarding the reef boat overnight - coral sea dreaming. Yes, there are power outlets in the cabins and throughout the boat. There is no wifi onboard, however, there is mobile range out on the reef but not reliable.

Comment by: ETG on 28th Apr 21 at 14:57

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will I be able to rent open back fins and dive boots

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Hi Bill, they use mostly closed foot fins but have a few open heel fins which do not need booties.

Comment by: Alicia - Everything Cairns on 1st Oct 17 at 15:02

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I own full diving kit, what do you recommend that I bring ? Are rental cameras which take an SD card and nitox available?

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Hi Bill, you're welcome to bring your own equipment, although Coral Sea Dreaming supply everything so it's completely up to you. There is no nitrox on board, but camera hire is certainly available at $40 for one day or $60 for two days

Comment by: The Everything Travel Group (Sally) on 26th Sep 17 at 14:02

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Hi there is it possible to bring two infants (children under 4) on the cruise

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Hi Robert unfortunately the minimum age for passengers on Coral Sea Dreaming is 4 years old. Infants under 4 are not permitted on the vessel. 

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 15th Mar 13 at 16:16

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What part of the reef do you usually go to in early March?

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Hi Kai, the reef sites that are visited are determined according to the weather at the time. A typical excursion for Coral Sea Dreaming will visit Flynn Reef, Milne Reef and Thetford Reef. In stronger winds the boat will travel north and most likely visit Hastings, Michaelmas and Breaking Patches reefs. 

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 19th Feb 13 at 18:23

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Hello,

Can you advise availability for the 5th Jan (or around that date) for 2 people. One of us is a certified diver and the other has done 11 dives but is not certified. Can you accommodate us and what would you recommend we book the trip under?

Thanks,
Emma

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Hi Emma,

There is availability at the moment for this trip, however it will start to fill up quickly over the next 3-4 weeks.

Regards,

Nigel

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Nigel) on 25th Nov 12 at 18:13

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Hi do you have availability for two cert. divers in a private cabin, departing either 27th or 29th November? And could you confirm the price including 4 dives per person please?
Thank you

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Hi Darren,

I can confirm that there is availability departing either the 27th or 29th Nov.

The price including 4 dives per person is $470.

Regards,

Nigel

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Nigel) on 24th Nov 12 at 11:45

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Hi there, I dont like deep waters but live snorkelling - do you moor the boat to relatively swallow water where you can snorkel too?

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Hi Adele, yes Coral Sea Deaming will park up right next to the reef. There is no really deep water and you can see the bottom where the boat is moored and when you are snorkelling.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 20th Sep 12 at 11:22

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