Liveaboards - Port Douglas

From glamorous Four Mile Beach to the wilderness of Dickson Inlet, picturesque Port Douglas has become an international holiday Mecca - just 70 kilometres north of Cairns. With nothing taller than a palm tree, development is low-rise, low-key and relaxing

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Eye to Eye Marine Encounters

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based in Port Douglas, QLD, Australia
World leaders in underwater whale watching and adventure diving. Pioneered research-tourism on the Great Barrier Reef. Reputation for providing extraordinary wildlife encounters.
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The Coral Sea is a tropical marine jewel, which lies east of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. It is one of the last places on Earth where large marine animals can still be found in great numbers.
To Catch a Tiger by the Tail - By Richard FitzpatrickTo Catch a Tiger by the Tail - By Richard Fitzpatrick
Hanging onto the dorsal fin of a tiger shark as it swims is a truly awesome experience. Feeling the immense power and strength of these animals is incredible.
Minke WhalesMinke Whales
For the months of May thru August this year, divers will have the opportunity to experience the thrill of a lifetime by diving and snorkelling with minke whales. These graceful and magnificent creatures make an annual northerly trek from the Antarctic seas to the warm waters of the Great Barrier Reef ...
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