“Based in Tropical North Queensland, Quicksilver is proudly Australia’s most awarded reef cruise company. Quicksilver cruises daily to Agincourt ribbon reef on the very outer edge of the Great Barrier Reef, and the idyllic coral island of Low Isles.
With the largest and most spacious activity platform on the Great Barrier Reef and a high crew ratio, guests of all ages, swimmers and non-swimmers alike, can experience this stunning reef world in comfort.
All of our tours are accredited with Advanced Ecotourism Certification and each day, our team of marine biologists are also on hand to ensure our guests gain an appreciation of our magnificent World Heritage environment.”
Accessibility InformationMobility accessibility features:
- Accessible toilet
"Our primary vessel Quicksilver VIII is the most suitable vessel for wheelchair passengers. There are occasions however when this vessel may not operate and back up vessels are used that do not have wheelchair facilities.
We recommend guests call the office 24 hours prior to travelling to confirm their details."
"On Quicksilver VIII there is an oversized toilet cubicle suitable for most wheelchair passengers. This toilet is endorsed "CREW ONLY" to restrict access. Quicksilver V also has a wheelchair accessible toilet."
Platform and Facilities:
"A chair lift enables disabled passengers to be lowered into the water to enjoy snorkelling. This is available only on the Agincourt 3 floating platform.
At the Outer Barrier Reef there are ramp facilities from our vessel to our floating platform, however access to the underwater observatory, swim platforms and our semi-submersible coral viewing vessels is by stairs only.
Our wharf facilities in Port Douglas have boarding ramps that are suitable for wheelchairs."Other accessibility information:
Wheelchair & Disability Access at www.quicksilvergroup.com.au (under "Quicksilver Outer Barrier Reef Cruise")