We snorkeled Agincourt Reef 2 and 4 what a treat . We saw plenty of different fish, giant clams and lovely coral .
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We went to the platform on Agincourt Reef as passengers on the large (very crowded) catamaran. Once we arrived it was better and wetsuits/snorkels/goggles were supplied to all. I went in the semi-submersible craft and saw lots of fish, coral and a turtle - it’s...More
This an outer reef well North of Port Douglas. Agincourt is part of the Northern Outer Reef and you can actually see the Ocean where it breaks onto the reef. The Great Barrier Reef experience is the main reason people visit Port Douglas... BUT...You need...More
I have been to this reef twice now and it is yet to let me down. Sharks/Turtles and giant clams have all been spotted here! I visited over the October long weekend and did some diving. The water was perfect and in the areas I...More
Make sure you take your checkbook to get out there. . . . A family of four cost as much as a small car, but afterwards we all felt it was worth every cent and would do it again. Amazing experience.
Out standing and relaxing lengthy boat trip followed by diving or snorkelling then fresh fruit & lunch and cruise back to Port Douglas.
A great day diving at Agincourt reef. 3 dives in total, still an amazing destination but get there asap, it's not getting better.
Breathtaking, wonderfully organised and enthusiastic. i can only recommend go to the outer reef not the inner reef at the barrier reef. The tour guys took us to three sites and they were all wonderful. They made you feel safe had good food and the...More
We did all the included stuff from the platform without any extras and it was amazing. The lunch food was tasty and lots of it. Crew very helpful and friendly. Reef is beautiful and it's great to snorkel around it. We strongly suggest the semi...More
Snorkeled the reef recently on the Poseidon with Quicksilver. Previously snorkeled Hawaii, Bermuda, and the US Virgin Islands, and this was by far the best. With schools upon schools of tropical fish, giant clams, sea cucumbers, anemones, and all types of coral, it was like...More