Seven Nights Diving the great barrier reef
Mike Ball's seven-night Coral Sea Safari liveaboard, includes some of the best dive sites on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef and Coral Sea featuring a spectacular dive at Challenger Bay, diver sized fish at the Cod Hole, plummeting Coral Seawall dives in gin clear water, exciting shark action at North Horn, exploration of Lizard Island and more. You will notice there is no rush or limit placed on your dive time as itineraries generally allow for three different dive sites per day, with the opportunity for relaxed or unlimited diving.
Guests who prefer supervision are offered a combination of complimentary orientation dives to enhance skills, scheduled morning and afternoon guided dive and dives with staff on an ad hoc basis. The crew will locate species like the beautiful leaf scorpion fish. The complimentary reef ecology program will assist you in identifying marine life.
To ensure your needs are met, on arrival the trip director will have a private consultation with you. In between dives you enjoy Spoilsport’s luxurious motor yacht atmosphere and attentive crew.
This expedition includes all diving, seven nights’ accommodation onboard Spoilsport, chef-prepared meals, soft drinks or a glass of wine with dinner, daily cabin service and tanks & weights.
For this trip, Mike Ball recommend either an Advanced diver certification or a minimum of 10 ocean dives including five dives in the last 12 months. Less experience may result in limited diving due to environmental conditions.
Budget, standard, premium and club cabins available.
Important Health and Safety Information:
Prior to commencing your dive course, you are required to complete the self-assessment Diver Medical Declaration. A positive response to any questions indicates there is a pre-existing condition which may affect your safety while diving and you must consult a medical practitioner, preferably with experience in diving medicine, to obtain a dive medical certificate that states you are medically fit to dive. Medical must be complete within 90 days of starting your dive course. To obtain a copy of the form Click Here
(Sample itinerary, the dive sites change based on conditions etc.)
Below is some additional information that might come in handy
- Hair dryer
- Personal medication
- Swimming costume
- Enough clothing for 7 nights
- Certification documentation
- Sleeping bags
- Extra luggage
Before commencing your dive course, you are required to complete the self-assessment Entry Level Student Diver Medical Declaration. A positive response to any question indicates there is a pre-existing condition which may affect your safety while diving and you must consult a medical practitioner, preferably with experience in diving medicine, to obtain a dive medical certificate that states you are medically fit to dive.
To obtain a copy of the Diver Medical Declaration, please click here. The medical must be completed within 90 days of starting your dive course.
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 12 pm (midday) 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.