Sunlover by Starlight

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Sunlover Reef Cruises is offering guests Sunlover by Starlight, a once in a lifetime overnight reef stay, at the brand new Moore Reef Pontoon with waterslide and sundeck, located on the Outer Great Barrier Reef.

Moore Reef is an awe-inspiring underwater spectacle, teaming with brilliantly coloured corals and more than 10,000 marine species. This is the destination for their day guests and for a lucky few, the chance to stay overnight in a swag, under a billion stars, camping with up to 18 other people on a stable large pontoon.

An intimate, personalised experience with our crew hosts, it’s just the wonders of the night sky as you feel at home in the heart of the ocean, hearing sounds of temperate waters lapping, nocturnal creatures coming to life, while basking in warm Tropical North Queensland.

Guests enjoy two full days on the reef, plus all the exciting inclusions and dive options available. From 3.30pm until 11am the next day, this small group will experience the reef environment exclusively, from relaxing on the new pontoon, star gazing the southern hemisphere sky, marvelling the glorious sunset and sunrise, or join in a private snorkel and glass bottom boat tour.

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Sunlover by Starlight

Sunlover Reef Cruises is now offering guests Sunlover by Starlight, a once in a lifetime overnight reef stay, at Moore Reef Pontoon located on the Great Barrier Reef, 26 nautical miles off the Cairns coast.

Moore Reef is an awe-inspiring underwater spectacle, teaming with brilliantly coloured corals and more than 10,000 marine species. This is the destination for our day guests and for a lucky few, the chance to stay overnight in a swag, under a billion stars, camping with up to 18 other people on a stable 45 metre-long, 12 metre-wide wide pontoon.

An intimate, personalised experience with our crew hosts, it’s just the wonders of the night sky as you feel at home in the heart of the ocean, hearing sounds of temperate waters lapping, nocturnal creatures coming to life, while basking in warm Tropical North Queensland.

Guests enjoy two full days on the reef, plus all the exciting inclusions and dive options available. From 3.30pm until 11am the next day, this small group will experience the reef environment exclusively, from relaxing on the pontoon, star gazing the southern hemisphere sky, marvelling the glorious sunset and sunrise, or join in a private snorkel and glass bottom boat tour.

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