Sunlover Reef Cruises: Moore Reef Pontoon Full Day Cruise

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Discover one of the natural wonders of the world as you join Sunlover Reef Cruises fast, air-conditioned catamaran to the brand new multi-level pontoon (floating platform), now with large waterslide and sundeck, located at Moore Reef, on the outer edge of the World Heritage listed Great Barrier Reef off Cairns, Tropical North Queensland, Australia.

Departing daily from the Reef Fleet Terminal in the heart of Cairns, their cruise offers the highest quality experience in discovering the beauty of the Great Barrier Reef. Enjoy complimentary glass bottom boat and semi-submersible tours, spiral waterslide, large sundeck, buffet lunch with prawns, all snorkelling equipment, an underwater observatory and touch tank. Go on an Introductory or Certified Scuba Dive, try the world famous Seawalker Platform Helmet Diving or go on a guided snorkel tour. You can also admire the reef from 2,000 feet above in a purpose built, state of the art helicopter.

Whether you want to get wet or stay dry, there are numerous activities available for you to enjoy. Or simply just relax, sit back and marvel at the serenity. Discover the beauty of the Great Barrier Reef as you join Sunlover Reef Cruises.

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Outer Great Barrier Reef Cruise To Pristine Moore Reef

Experience the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef when you join Sunlover Reef Cruises fast, air-conditioned catamaran to their large pontoon (floating platform) located at Moore Reef, on the outer edge of the Great Barrier Reef off Cairns. You can see and learn about the world's largest Bi-Valve (the Giant Clam), Clown Fish with their host (Anemone Coral), and Giant Blue Starfish (Linkia Sp). You'll also learn a myriad of other facts about the amazing corals and marine life you will only ever see on Queensland's Great Barrier Reef. Take advantage of the free inclusions, snorkelling with all equipment provided, guided coral viewing from glass bottomed boat and semi-submersible, along with a sumptuous hot and cold buffet lunch featuring seafood.

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