Explore the Capricorn Bunker Group and Southern Great Barrier Reef aboard the MV Adori
Explore the Capricorn Bunker Group and Southern Great Barrier Reef aboard the MV Adori

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The Trip
Come and join us aboard the MV Adori. A hidden gem known to locals and fishermen we have the unique opportunity to explore reefs and islands that have previously been accessible to private boat owners. Join us as we explore endless islands and reefs with literally hundreds of sites to chose from. The MV Adori is a private live aboard housing only 8 divers and two crew so you are guarnteed of a personal and private liveaboard experience. The Adori is also BYO so you can bring your favourite tipple to drink whilst watching the sun set over the horizon. Warm waters and tropical diving. What more could you want? This trip is a must for every diver with diverse coral cays, reefs, islands and abundant marine life.

Dive Information

Suitable for Open Water Divers (certified to 18 metres)

Depth ranges from 4 – 28 metres

Diving by yourself? We will buddy you up with another diver with similar experience


Coral and Diver, Capricorn Bunker Group

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trip Dates

Thursday, 7 – Monday, 11 September 2017 

Thursday, 28 September – Monday, 2 October 2017 – SOLD OUT

Thursday, 12- Monday, 16 October 2017

Price

$1450 per person 

 

What’s Included

Tanks and weights
Up to 14
 dives including 3 night dives
4 nights accommodation in air conditioned bunks
All fresh prepared home style meals and snacks between dives
Dive deck and fresh water tubs for your camera equipment
All air fills
Return transport to Yeppoon from Brisbane

 

 

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What’s Excluded
 All Dive Gear
Transport to Yeppoon if you are making your own way
Alcohol (The MV Adori is a BYO vessel – alcohol is not available for purchase)
Soft drinks (please feel free to bring your own)

Gear Hire
PDS is able to rent you a wetsuit, BCD, regulator and computer for the weekend, please communicate your requirements on the booking form. Each diver must provide their own mask, snorkel, fins and boots (not available for hire). Underwater camera and torches are also available and are subject to availability.

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Itinerary
DAY 1
At 3pm everyone stows their gear and settles in on-board. We will set up our gear and secure our bunks before steaming from port ready for our first dive. We will do a check out dive in the late afternoon at Egg Island and then the first of our night dives. Egg is one of the popular local sites that is home to numerous olive green sea snakes.

DAY 2
Today we wake up at any number of reefs or islands. Our destination is literally up to us and the conditions! We are ideally located to hit up Tryon Island, North West Island, Broomfield Reef, Wilson Island, Wilson Reef, Wistari Reef, Masthead Island and all of the other reefs and islands of the Capricorn Bunker Group. The possibilities are endless!

Olive Green Sea Snake

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 3

Today we wake up at any number of reefs or islands. Our destination is literally up to us and the conditions! We are ideally located to hit up Tryon Island, North West Island, Broomfield Reef, Wilson Island, Wilson Reef, Wistari Reef, Masthead Island and all of the other reefs and islands of the Capricorn Bunker Group. The possibilities are endless!

DAY 4

Today we will dive any number of sensational local sites on our way back to Yeppoon. We will be back in port at 5pm. We anticipate having everyone back to Woolloongabba by midnight. 

 

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Specialities Suitable for this trip

Self Reliant Diver (perfect for this trip)
Advanced Open Water (perfect for this trip)
Under water Navigation
Digital Underwater Photographer
Underwater Photographer
Underwater Videographer
Search and Recovery
Peak Performance Buoyancy
Shark Awareness
Underwater Naturalist

HOW TO BOOK
Download the booking form attached to the page. Complete the required fields, scan and email to
[email protected]

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