Ultimate dive and snorkel adventures
CAIRNS & PORT DOUGLAS
Great Barrier Reef diving and snorkelling

ABOUT SILVER SERIES

Greetings from Tropical North Queensland

Thank you for your interest in the Silver Series. We specialise in Great Barrier Reef dive and snorkel adventures and are part of the Quicksilver Group, Australia's leading and most awarded Great Barrier Reef cruise operator.

Departing daily, we operate two ultramodern, custom-designed 29m dive and snorkel catamarans Silversonic based in Port Douglas and Silverswift based in Cairns.

As pioneers of Great Barrier Reef cruising, Quicksilver has infused nearly 3 decades of experience into designing these magnificent sisterships producing the perfect balance of comfort, style and function the ideal platform for dive and snorkel adventures in one of the world's natural wonders.

The outer reef systems Silversonic and Silverswift visit are just over 100km apart giving rise to different styles of reef formations and marine life - each offering spectacular and unforgettable experiences. With over 40 sites to choose from, each day we choose the 3 best sites from each region to visit for the conditions, water clarity and ecological diversity.

We look forward to welcoming you aboard for a day aquatic fun and adventure!

To learn more about the Quicksilver Group, visit   www.quicksilvergroup.com.au

MORE INFORMATION

photo of marine life on the great barrier reef
PHOTO & VIDEO GALLERY

We choose our dive sites for the diversity and abundance of marine life, you never know what you might see! Check out our Gallery for pictures and videos from the Silver Series dive sites.

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swimming with minke whales
SWIMMING WITH THE MINKES

Silversonic has one of the few permits available from the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority that allows our guests to swim with dwarf minke whales if encountered.

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DESIGNED FOR COMFORT

Our magnificent sisterships are the perfect balance of comfort, style and function. Travelling at up to 32 knots, we spend less time getting there which means more time at the reef for you.

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