Scuba Diving with Dolphins – Awesome!


Diving with Dolphins, Cairns Australia

Mother nature often gives us some amazing experiences, here two dolphins decided they would like to come and do some diving with us. These two friendly dolphins followed and interacted with our divers and snorkelers for quite a long time. Enjoying the interaction and playing along side our guests and tagging along with our divers. An encounter with a dolphin like this is a fantastic experience and will leave memories that last a lifetime.

Remember, we do not feed or do other activities to attract marine life, so this interaction is completely natural. Making the encounter even more special and truly appreciated. The Great Barrier Reef truly is a natural wonder of diverse and wonderful experiences to be had everyday. If you haven’t been yet you owe it to yourself and family come and experience it. It truly is one of the great wonders of the world and has to be seen to be believed. Yes I love this place! :)

For more photos check out our Tour Photos page or to come and experience the fantastic Great Barrier Reef have a look at our website.


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Qantas Specials From London to Cairns


Qantas is running a “Discover Australia” special and has some great prices on return economy flights from London to Cairns starting at £783. This is for travel between the 16th April to 20th June 2011. So you have plenty of time to get yourself organised. This deal expires on September 30th 2010 and dependant on availability. As usual please check the Qantas website or your local travel agent for more deals. Don’t forget to book your Great Barrier Reef Adventure early to avoid disappointment.

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Fox Face or Rabbitfish – Species of the Reef


The foxface or rabittfish was given it’s name from their small, rabbit-like mouths, large dark eyes, and a shy temperament.

The rabbitfish or foxface is an active algae eater on the Great Barrier Reef. They are often seen along with butterfly fish cleaning the coral and reef base. The Foxface grows to about 40cm (16″) long. Their bright and distinct colour bands make them very popular with aquarium owners, they are also relatively easly to keep in aquariums. Often vegetables are added to their diet while they are kept in aquariums.

Rabbitfish also have poisonous spines in their dorsal fins and will use them to protect themselves if they feel threatened. So do not touch or aggrevate these fish. They are also timid fish and will flee if at all possible so this is mainly an issue only in the aquarium environment.

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Come and Join the Crew



We love our job here and why wouldn’t we, we get to visit the best reefs in the world and get to introduce some great people to them and their inhabitants. Above is a photo of the latest guests on Santa Maria who have joined the crew and experienced some of the reasons why they call it the GREAT Barrier Reef. Such as swimming with turtles, getting their first taste of Scuba Diving, and most of all the Beautiful Coral Gardens and all the other wildlife that makes up the wonders of the reef.

With only 10 passengers on Santa Maria you will get to Scuba Dive, Snorkel and Relax like no other boat on the Great Barrier Reef. A more relaxed and less crowded experience so you can enjoy your trip to the reef and have that exclusive and personal experience enjoyed by far too few. So do yourself a favour, as you plan your trip to the Great Barrier Reef, and check us out. We’d love to have you join the crew.


Snorkeling with a Turtle
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