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SNORKELLING & SCUBA DIVING

On the Great Barrier Reef, Papua New Guinea, Raja Ampat & Spice Islands, South Pacific, and Islands of Indonesia itineraries, you will enjoy many opportunities to snorkel and scuba dive over some of the most colourful and pristine coral reefs in the Asia Pacific. Our snorkelling and scuba diving departments are fully stocked with a wide range of snorkels, fins and masks (to fit all sizes) along with all the necessary equipment to allow you to try the unforgettable experience that is scuba diving. Snorkelling equipment will be assigned to all guests at the commencement of each cruise.

Important Information For Guests Wanting To Scuba Dive

A qualified Dive Instructor will be on board for all our scuba itineraries. An introductory scuba skills session is complimentary, while Resort (Introductory) and Certified Dives will be charged to your onboard account. Our Dive Instructors patiently guide those who have never dived before through the resort dive programme and exceptionally guide certified open-water divers.

 

Dive Medical

For guests who wish to participate in either Certified diving or Resort diving (Introductory diving), you must be in good health.  A medical history of heart or lung disorders, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy or narcolepsy shall prevent you from diving unless a medical certificate that addresses the condition is produced. The Coral Expeditions dive Instructor will make the ultimate determination of a person’s condition and suitability to dive. If you are feeling unwell, show symptoms of a medical condition that is unsafe for diving, have a chest cold or display a respiratory condition onboard prior to diving you may not be permitted to dive. To avoid disappointment on your cruise, Coral Expeditions highly recommends you complete a dive medical prior to your journey. Ask your practitioner if they are qualified to make dive medical assessments. To assist your registered practitioner to establish your diving health, please download the Recreation Scuba Training Council Medical Record which contains dive medical guidelines.

Dive Medicals Must: Be in English, by a registered practitioner, clearly state you are medically fit to dive, and be conducted in the last 12 months.

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Refresher Course

We recommend that Certified Divers who haven’t dived within the last 12 months, contact their local dive club and do a refresher course. This ensures you can make the most of your scuba dives in these exceptional destinations.

 

Scuba Fares

Until 31st March 2020: Download Coral Expeditions II PDF | Download Coral Discoverer PDF | Download Coral Adventurer PDF

Great Barrier Reef Dive Fare
Scuba Skills Lesson FREE
Non-Certified Divers

1st & 2nd Dive

Subsequent Dives

$100 per dive

$82 per dive

Certified Divers

Requiring all equipment

Requiring weight belt & tank

$85 per dive

$74 per dive

Other Itineraries Dive Fare
Scuba Skills Lesson FREE
Non-Certified Divers

1st & 2nd Dive

Subsequent Dives

$103 per dive

$88 per dive

Certified Divers

Requiring all equipment

Requiring weight belt & tank

$88 per dive

$78 per dive

 

1 April 2020 – 31st December 2021: Download all Ships Scuba Rates April 2020 onwards PDF

All Itineraries Dive Fare
Scuba Skills Lesson FREE
Non-Certified Divers

1st & 2nd Dive

Subsequent Dives

$105 per dive

$90 per dive

Certified Divers

Requiring all equipment

Requiring weight belt & tank

$90 per dive

$80 per dive

 

All fares are per person in Australian Dollars and include Australian GST at 10%.