Come back to the Great Barrier Reef with no single supplement on Coral Expeditions

Pelorus Island is one of the many picturesque stops enjoyed during a Great Barrier Reef cruise.

There’s an opportunity for a significant reduction in the price to explore the Great Barrier Reef in great detail next year with Coral Expeditions – one of the mainstay brands regularly found along the natural Queensland landmark.

The line has scrapped all surcharges for single and solo travellers to join any of its three, four and seven-night reef cruises, departing year-round in 2017. Itineraries visit some of the most remote islands in the reef as well as some home to popular holiday options in their own right such as Lizard Island.

Sailing on the region’s turquoise waters for the past 33 years, Coral Expeditions sails round-trip from Cairns, showcasing the world’s largest living organism in depth to travellers through multiple opportunity to snorkel, swim and relax among some of the reef’s highlights, as well as the chance to enjoy some deserted beaches.

The quaint 44-passenger Coral Expeditions II vessel also features an onboard team of Expedition Experts in fields including marine biology and the region’s biodiversity.

Over the duration of the cruise, guests will visit exclusive diving sites, have free and open access to the ship’s bridge to chat to the Captain and enjoy fine dining with every meal.

Coral Expeditions cruises the Great Barrier Reef throughout the year.