One-Day Great Barrier Reef Dive Trip
Tusa Dive Connection
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This trip is aboard Tusa 6, an 80 foot Catamaran with a maximum of 60 divers and a Dive Staff of 10. It is for 1 day, and allows 3 dives.
Departure is from A Finger, Marlin Jetty, Cairns at 8:00 AM every day, return time 4:00 PM.
A long list of elated clients has shown us that Tusa Dive has the highest service level of any one day dive trip in the area. The number and quality of their staff and no doubt largely responsible for the good feedback we get. We also like the fact that Tusa Dive has so many dive sites to choose from, which means that they can select the best snorkeling and diving available, for almost and weather and tidal conditions.
On this trip you will dive two different reefs. You will have almost five hours to make three dives, and to explore the reef with mask and snorkel. Snorkelers will also have the chance to go on a guided snorkeling tour of the reef area, or to try an introductory scuba dive.
Tusa 6 was launched in August 2011, and is another great boat in the long series of ultra-nice dive boats that Tusa Dive has used over the years. This boat is even faster, smoother, larger and more comfortable than their last boat, and was custom built, to the exacting specifications of Tusa Dive.
Every detail has been aimed at making this the best day dive boat operating on the reef, from the comfortable seating on board, to the in water dive platforms that make entrances and exits for divers and snorkellers so easy.
guided snorkelling tour (with Snorkel price only)
tanks, weights (with Dive price only)
reef ecology talk
Morning and afternoon tea and snacks
About Tusa Dive Connection
One of the premier luxury dive services in the area, Tusa Dive Connection specializes in one-day luxury dives and dive charters. Locally owned and operated, they have been in operation since 1986.
Tusa offers twenty-one different outer reef dive sites spread across nine different reefs, all located within 90 minutes from Cairns. This many dive sites allows the Tusa Dive staff to select the best diving possible based on tides, weather, and other conditions.