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The key to maximum appreciation of the Whitsunday water wonderland is to know which location is ideal to visit according to the height of the tide and weather conditions prevailing on the day. Some locations are not suitable to visit at low tide and others will not be suitable to snorkel because of the wind direction. Because of their intimate knowledge of how the wind, waves and tide will affect each location, John & Lynne plan each full day cruise to maximise your safety and comfort.
Each full day cruise is planned so that there is ample time to visit the best locations for snorkeling and sightseeing according to the weather conditions prevailing.
Lynne & John take you to locations, where entering the magical world of colourful coral gardens is as close as just jumping off the back of their boat.
Here you will be accompanied by so many brightly coloured, friendly fish that it is like swimming in your own aquarium.
Lynne is the snorkeling guide who will lead you to places where these fish will eat right out of your hand and will swim up to your mask to look you right in the eye as if to say “Welcome to my world”!
They offer free tuition to those who have not snorkelled before and (being scuba divers) can “buddy” up with any qualified diver who does not have a buddy and guide them to the best locations underwater.
Lynne & John will lead uninhabited island exploration and guide you to places of rare natural beauty.
By the time you return to Hamilton Island, you will have gained a full appreciation for the wonders of nature both above and below the water and because every photo displayed on this web site was taken by either John or Lynne, you could capture the same on your camera !