Mike Ball 3 Night Ribbon Reefs hole liveaboard
This fantastic three-day liveaboard takes divers north of Cairns, to a string of pristine Ribbon Reefs that are home to the world famous Cod Hole. Across your 12 dives, you will get to explore the Ribbon Reefs and their crystal blue waters, their pristine coral gardens and the dazzling array of vibrant marine life that inhabit them. On at least one of your dives, you will have the opportunity to dive the Cod Hole, which is one of the most well-known dive sites on the Great Barrier Reef. Named after the family of giant potato cod, these incredibly unique behemoths are a sight to behold, and will often greet and explore the area with divers. It's a must do Great Barrier Reef dive experience.
The trip starts with a short scenic flight to Lizard Island, where you will board the dive vessel Spoilsport, your home for the next three days. With air conditioning, spacious accommodation for up to 29 passengers, double and twin share rooms, sun decks, and an onboard chef to prepare all meals; Spoilsport is the perfect base for your dive adventure.
This trip is suitable for novice to advanced divers, as well as snorkellers.
Budget, standard, premium and club cabins available.
Important Health and Safety Information:
Please Note: some medical conditions may prevent you diving and you will be required to complete a waiver and medical statement prior to the trip. If you have recently/continue to suffer from an illness or condition that may affect your dive fitness, or currently taking any prescription medication, you will need to consult a doctor for a 'fit to dive' medical certificate.
(subject to change based on conditions)
Below is some additional information that might come in handy
- Hair dryer
- Personal medication
- Swimming costume
- Enough clothing for 3 nights
- Certification documentation
- Sleeping bags
- Extra luggage
Some medical conditions may prevent you diving and you will be required to complete a waiver and medical statement prior to the trip. If you have recently/continue to suffer from an illness or condition that may affect your dive fitness, or currently taking any prescription medication, you will need to consult a doctor for a 'fit to dive' medical certificate.
The minimum age to learn to dive in Queensland is 10. There is no maximum age.
We recommend that you do not fly within 24 hours of diving. The earliest you should fly is 5 on the day after your trip concludes.
- 30% cancellation fee applies with less than 60 days notice
- 100% cancellation fee applies with 21 days or less notice
A Government Environmental Management Charge, Port Departure Tax and administration fee are included in your total fare. The breakdown of cost is provided in the rates table.