Seawalker at Green Island is quick, easy, and theres no need to learn how to use complicated equipment. No experience is needed, and because you walk on the smooth, clean sand of the sea floor, its perfect for non-swimmers or anyone else who might not be confident in water!
Walk along the Sea floor at Green Island Australia, the best way to see the Great Barrier Reef and marine life. Seawalker (helmet diving) is quick, easy, and there’s no need to learn how to use complicated equipment. No experience is needed, and because you walk on the smooth, clean sand of the sea floor, it’s perfect for non-swimmers or anyone else who might not be confident in water!
It’s quick – 45 to 60 minutes from start of guest briefing until finished and back on dry land. It’s easy – no new skills to learn, no swimming, no equipment to manipulate or get in the way. It’s safe – guides are always in the water beside you to ensure it is great for non swimmers or anyone else who is not confident. It’s low stress – no complicated equipment to use, no water on your face (you can wear glasses or contacts), your makeup stays on and your hair stays dry! It’s a natural experience on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef – guests walk on the sea floor (not on an artificial pontoon), and are completely surrounded by colourful fish and coral.
Max of 6 Sea Walkers at one time.
Cruises will only be cancelled in extreme weather conditions. If there is poor weather, your cruise can be rescheduled at your convenience, and at no cost to you.
Slip slop slap - that's a must whilst in the sun! Sunscreen, hat, sunglasses, towel, and a shirt to swim in.
Bring along some cash for snacks, drinks, or any extra activities you might like to partake in. Film, sunscreen and souvenirs can be bought on board.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to their policy.