The sea cruise departs early and it provides a basic breakfast of toast and tea which you feel thankful later as the journey can get rough and you can get sea sick. We took sea sickness pills available onboard in advance so was lucky not to feel sick. Therefore I would strongly advice on this. The views were spectacular. They provide the opportunity of snorkelling and diving into the sea to have a glimpse of under sea life in the great barrier reef. The staff was very helpful even if you have limited snorkelling and diving skills you can experience this with there help. There are helicopters giving ariel tours which is well worth. The lunch buffet was good after all the adventure. There were informative guided tours in glass bottomed vessels.
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