Rated as One of the Top Ten Wreck Dives in the World Don’t miss your chance to dive the S.S. Yongala Liveaboard
Departs and returns to Townsville.
Departure dates: 3rd July, 3rd August, 4th September, 2nd October, 13th November, 11th December.
The best way to see the Great Barrier Reef is to sleep on it; being able to dive in the evening for night dives and early morning dives which you cannot do on a day trip is just sensational!
This liveaboard takes in 2 full days of diving on the outer Great Barrier Reef, regular reefs visited include Lodestone Reef, Keeper Reef, Broadhurst Reef, Davies Reef and Wheeler Reef. Sites chosen will be at the skippers discretion and will depend on the weather. Saving the best for last, the 3rd day includes 2 dives at one of the top 10 wreck dive locations in the world – The S.S. Yongala. Sunk over a century ago during a cyclone in 1911, the wreck is now home to an incredible array of marine life and coral.
This tour is budget accommodation with world class diving. It departs once a month, and can also be highly affected by the weather.
Day 1: Check in and drop gear off at 3:30pm. Boarding 7:30pm and departure at 8pm.
Day 2: Snorkelling, 3 day dives and 1 night dive.
Day 3: Snorkelling, 3 day dives and 1 night dive.
Day 4: 2 early morning dives at the S.S. Yongala Wreck. Returning to Townsville at approximately 4pm.
Your 3 day 3 night Liveaboard Dive Trip includes:
- 3 night’s budget accommodation (air conditioned – multi share, twin or double)
- All meals
- Up to 10 Dives – Including 2 night dives & 2 dives on the amazing S.S. Yongala
- All Reef Taxes
- Tanks and weights
- Full gear hire: $95
- Guided dives (Per dive): $10 onboard
- Dive torch: $25 onboard
What to bring:
- Small bag with towel, swimwear, hat, sunscreen, toiletries and change of clothes
- Proof of certification and log book
- Booking voucher
- Cash or credit card for soft drinks sold onboard
- Extra snacks
Anyone with fewer than 15 logged dives will be required to do guided dives. A guide is $10 a dive. This is mandatory due to the wreck being considered an advanced dive due to the depth and possibility of strong currents at this site.