Reefstar Cruises

Multiple Locations

Reefstar Cruises, a family owned and operated Whitsunday business is proud to offer the Reefstar Three Island Cruise - a 'must do' when in Airlie Beach.

Their large comfortable wave piercer catamaran is ideal for all ages, offering a stable, relaxed setting for family and friends to connect and make memories of a great day.

They care for their customers who may be visiting the area for the first time and in just one day they can share a taste of not just the reef, but the areas islands and beaches too.

Visit beautiful Bali Hai for snorkelling or a glass bottom boat tour of the fringing coral reef. Join a guided walk to the Hill Inlet lookout and down onto the white sands of Northern Whitehaven Beach, before finishing the day at Daydream Island Resort and Spa, perhaps with a swim in the pool, a cool drink at the swim up bar or just enjoying the living reef lagoon.

Their friendly and knowledgeable crew take the worry out of your day with a courtesy coach from your accommodation, morning tea, cold buffet lunch, afternoon tea, snorkelling equipment or tour aboard their purpose built glass bottom boat alongside their eco-guide.

Our Tours

The Reefstar Three Island Cruise is for those wanting to see and do more during their stay in the Whitsundays. Enjoy an amazing experience with them as they explore the reef, islands and beaches in comfort.

The tour includes: courtesy coach from your hotel accommodation, morning tea, cold buffet lunch and afternoon tea all served on-board their air-conditioned vessel. The tour is also inclusive of snorkelling equipment/stinger suit or a guided tour onboard their purpose built glass bottom boat.

You will have ample time at each destination to immerse yourself in all the Whitsundays has to offer. They visit the beautiful fringing reef of Bali Hai, guide you to the Hill Inlet lookout and down onto the white silica sands of Northern Whitehaven Beach all before finishing the day at Daydream Island Resort and Spa, perhaps with a swim in the pool, a cool drink at the swim up bar or just enjoying the living reef lagoon.

Indicative rates

From To Inclusions
$110 $180

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