Join us on our modern purpose built and specifically designed whale and dolphin friendly vessels, Kaiala and Mahi Mahi. Both vessels feature 3 large viewing decks guaranteeing all our guests with a rail side position on this ultimate Marine Discovery Cruise.
On our cruise we will take you to the fascinating, underwater world of the Moreton Bay Marine Park where Bottlenose Dolphins play and Dugongs feed amongst the Giant Logger Head Turtles. This is also the migratory path of the Humpback whale (June-October).
On board, our marine naturalist will entertain you with insightful commentary blending aspects of Marine Mammal behaviour with interesting history of the Moreton Bay Islands.
Our guided snorkel tour around the 14 scuttled ships of the Tangalooma Wrecks will amaze you!
For over 10 years our crew have been providing a fun, exciting, memorable day and are dedicated to giving you the closest marine encounters possible.
Our modern, specifically designed whale and dolphin friendly vessel, has 3 large viewing decks, guaranteeing all our guests with a rail side position on this ultimate Marine Discovery Tour. Free Wifi
Small Groups – Personalised Service – No Crowds
Marine Eco Tour
This is your chance to spot the playful Dolphins, giant Turtles and the shy dugong whilst listening to the entertaining commentary from our marine naturalist.
Due to Queensland regulation, snorkelling around the Tangalooma Wrecks must be conducted as guided guided tour.
Free Island Time
Walk the crisp white sands of Moreton Island, cool off with a swim, climb the famous sand dunes or just relax on the vessels sundeck.
See what’s beneath the sea without getting wet. Our guides will feed the local fish and have them boiling around the boat for you.
A delicious buffet lunch is served on board featuring fresh local caught trawler prawns, cold chicken and a delightful selection of salads and fresh bakery rolls.
Enjoy an ice cold Corona or glass of wine while relaxing on the vessels sun deck.
Onboard Toilets & Change Rooms
About the Tangalooma Wrecks
The Tangalooma Wrecks were formed in 1953 when a group of Brisbane locals decided to create an artificial reef and safe anchorage for their trailer vessels.
The Tangalooma wrecks are now home to a myriad of colourful subtropical fish, coral, invertebrates and crustaceans and has been rated Number 1 in 10 best snorkelling sites in Queensland as voted by Tourism Queensland.