Blue Dive

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Submerge in affordable luxury with the number 1 PADI dive centre in Port Douglas.

Blue Dive are a Port Douglas dive operator offering the very best PADI dive courses and privately guided scuba diving trips for both qualified and non-qualified divers.

Cruise out to the pristine Agincourt Ribbon Reefs in style on Poseidon or take a trip to the beautiful Opal Reefs aboard Calypso, and complete three dives with your own private dive guide and host for the day.

Private charters and multi-day trips can be arranged and are wonderful way to experience the best of the Great Barrier Reef.

The professional and friendly team at Blue Dive are deeply committed to bringing safe, quality and personal dive guiding and instruction - to all their guests.

Our tours

Privately Guided Certified Diving

Blue Dive offers certified divers exclusive privately guided diving trips on Poseidon to the Agincourt Ribbon Reefs and on Calypso to the Opal Reef Complex.

No other Port Douglas company offers privately guided dives.

You will have your own private Blue Dive host for the day who will help make your day both safe and special.

On their day trips aboard Poseidon and Calypso they complete three dives at three different dive sites, giving you plenty of time to experience the stunning Great Barrier Reef.

To make your day even more memorable they include a complimentary underwater photo shoot of your day so you can take you memories home!

If it has been a while since you've dived or you are a little nervous then they can provide a complimentary refresher session on the day.

The benefit of diving with your own private dive guide includes:
- Longer dives with more marine life
- Not being held back by other divers in your dive group
- Dive at your own pace and to your confidence level

These trips include Blue Dive private guide, dive equipment, marina transfers, lunch and underwater photos.

Indicative rates

From To Inclusions
$430 $475

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