Our amazing days on the Great Barrier Reef

The best place for a private boat charter. Whatever the make up of your group or family we can tailor a Great Barrier Reef trip to suit all skill levels & ages. Our skilled experienced team are adaptable to peoples needs. We have over 2000 Five Star Trip Advisor reviews for making peoples Great Barrier Reef experience the very best it can be!

The Great Barrier Reef

Visiting the Great Barrier Reef with Charter Boat Port Douglas

What a truly phonomenal environment  the Great Barrier Reef  is best admired up close. The Reefs and coral gardens rise from the ocean floor to sit just beneath the surface. This makes exploring the reef easy and enjoyable for snorkelers and scuba divers alike.

Because we do this every day we know the best spots to see all the amazing creatures of the Great Barrier Reef, our agility opens myriad opportunities for fantastic, old school, totally exploratory days, getting to parts of the reef that are seen by no one else. Our Charter day adventures that are nothing short of world class.

Snorkeling & freediving

Charter Boat Port Douglas has the right custom built vessel for visiting the outer reefs and beyond. Our daily snorkelling & diving trips are legendary. Please take a look at some of our 1000+ Five Star Trip Advisor reviews.

Beginner or experienced scuba diving

Wether you are a experience diver looking for a pristine, quiet un dived location or a beginner looking for that first experience on the Great Barrier Reef. Charter Boat Port Douglas has both the crew and the vessel to make a private Great Barrier Reef charter day an unparalleled experience.

What you might see above & below the waves

The reefs from Port Douglas are a stunning playground for all types of activities. It certainly pays to make this journey with an amazing team that visit these locations on daily basis. Diving and snorkeling in pristine un-visited environments is a rare thrill and not the standard experience of visitors to the Reef.

Port Douglas area, town & beaches

In 1886, gold was discovered near Mount Molloy in the Hodgkinson River. The typical gold rush followed, requiring a port for trading. A year later, Christie Palmerstone enhanced an old Aboriginal trail called The Bump Track, which wound down through the rainforest-covered mountains to the coast. A small settlement was quickly established at the bottom, named Port Douglas later that year after the Queensland Premier at the time, John Douglas.

The rest they say is history.. Port Douglas has become a world class resort visited by every one from the rich and famous to just normal working folk who want to experience a taste of Far North Queensland.

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