This innovative new Eco Adventure will set the highest standards for Outer Reef day tours, snorkelling and sailing experiences from Port Douglas. Undoubtedly, Queenslands most relaxing and sustainable way to experience the outer Great Barrier Reef. With a dedicated team of sailing crew and marine biologists, Sailaway VII will follow the spectacular coast line, passing between Snapper Island and the Daintree Rainforest with stunning views of the mountains, before veering off to the Great Barrier Reef.
Available for private charter for up to 45 people from Port Douglas Marina ( 60 pax possible )
Courtesy coach transfers from Port Douglas accommodation
Snorkelling equipment, optical mask, lycra suits, wet suits & flotation devices
Snorkelling instruction and in-water assistance
Guided snorkel tour with a marine biologist
Glass bottom boat viewing and reef interpretation talk
Explore the pristine coral cays
4.5 hours at two unspoilt locations on the Outer Barrier Reef
The experience of sailing on board the luxury sailing catamaran Sailaway VII
Eco Shamba Environmental Initiative $20 to local re-forestation
Sole use Private Charter of Sailaway VII $10,935.00 for up to 45 passengers + 4 crew and all activities
Departs 8.00am. Returns 5.00pm Port Douglas Marina
ADDITIONAL PASSENGERS CHARGES:
Our scheduled cruise is limited to 45 passengers
This charter rate is for a maximum 45 passengers. However, for group private charters we can extend this number to take a maximum of 60 passengers.
The additional charge per person, above 45 passengers, will be $265.00 per person fully inclusive.
COMPULSORY LEVY: Government Environment Management Charge (EMC) $6.50 per person PAYMENT DETAILS:
50% deposit of the charter price is due upon confirmation of the booking, to secure the preferred date of travel.
The balance of the charter, plus additional charges, is due to be paid in full two weeks prior to travel.
100% charge if cancelled within two weeks of travel date. No refund applicable for late cancellations
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