Fantasy Helicopter Great Barrier Reef Visit
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This trip is aboard Nautilus Heli Fleet, a Jet Helicopter with a maximum of 6 divers. It is for 1/2 day.
Departure is from Cairns General Aviation, Cairns at 10:00 AM every day, return time 1:00 PM.
All of us have that dream: to be stranded on that remote tropical island with someone you care for. Now thatís possible, and you can even leave out the "stranded" part of the dream! Nautilus Aviation will fly you out to remote Vlasoff Cay, where you will stay for an hour and a half before flying home.
Vlasoff Cay is a coral sand island out on the Great Barrier Reef. Think of small speck of white coral sand, surrounded by coral reef. We will supply you with an umbrella, a bottle of champagne, a picnic basket, chairs and snorkelling gear. All you need to bring is a camera and someone special to enjoy it all with.
Minimum two passengers. GBRMPA permit conditions apply. In the unlikely event the sand cay is occupied upon arrival, guests will enjoy an extended flight time to be transported to an exclusive beach location.
Nautilus Aviaition has a fleet of 23 top of the range helicopters of all sizes that it uses for it's flights to and from the reef. They select the helicopter to use based on the number of passengers, the weight being flown and the flight conditions.
The helicopters have capacity that ranges from 3 to 7 passengers, and include Bell, Robinson, Eurocopter and Squirrels.
scenic helicopter flight to/from the reef
2 hours exploring the Great Barrier Reef
transfers to/from your Cairns lodging
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||All prices are in
|| 17 Mar 19 -
|Adults or children (min. 2 passengers)
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|Environmental Management Charge per person
|transfers: Northern Beaches per person
About Nautilus Aviation
Nautilus Aviation began in 1993 from a historic World War 2 hangar in Townsville airport, since then this locally owned company has grown into one of the premier helicopter operators in Australia. They have expanded and now have bases in Cairns, Darwin, Townsville, Horn Island and Weipa, and their fleet is one of the largest and most versatile in the northern regions of Australia. Besides tourism they deliver commercial services to all sorts of corporate clients, and often operate in the most remote parts of Australia.