Contact & Bookings

Reservations:
P: 07 422 99000
(7.00am - 7.00pm)
(Inside Australia)
P: (+61) 7 422 99000
(7.00am - 7.00pm)
(Outside Australia)

After Hours:
P: 0474 72 77 77
(Inside Australia)
P: (+61) 474 72 77 77 (Outside Australia)

Location:
Marina Address: Berth 2/ 'A' Finger,
Marlin Marina,
1 Spence St Cairns,
QLD, 4870
AUSTRALIA

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introductory diving

With a maximum of just 12 passengers and two whole days on the reef, Coral Sea Dreaming is the perfect way to experience your first introductory dive. There is never a rush as we gently introduce you to the underwater wonders of the reef. Do something different this holiday as you meet our resident Maori Wrasse, blow bubbles with a turtle, or come face to face with Nemo. Enjoy your first intro dive on a boat with very low instructor/student ratio’s (often 1:1) and amazing personal attention and care.

Intro diving is fun and easy. After a thorough briefing of all the equipment your instructor will gently introduce you to the water. Once on the surface, you have plenty of time to practise with the dive gear until you feel ready to take the plunge. The instructor will then take you on a guided intro dive and show you why scuba diving is so much fun.   

Please note: Under Queensland law, all introductory divers must fill out a medical form when they arrive on the boat. Strict regulations mean some illnesses and drugs may prevent you from diving. Examples include, Asthma, Heart and Lung disease, epilepsy, diabetes, recent surgery and medications you use.

If you have any questions regarding your health and diving activities, please email or phone our friendly staff. A sample medical form can be downloaded here.