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Certified Diver Etiquette: Part 1

A dive trip anywhere in the world is a carefully orchestrated event, like a symphony or ballet. It involves the coordinated interplay of several individuals—not just the tourist divers, but also the dive masters, dive instructors, boat skippers, those training as dive guides, boat crew, tour operators and owners, reservations staff, booking agents… It’s a […]

Are you our next Chef?

Passions of Paradise is looking for a new Chef/Head Cook that fits the following criteria: -Reliable -Excellent customer service skills -Experienced -Clean -Hard working   Does this sound like you? Then we want to hear from you! We are looking for an enthusiastic, creative and fully qualified chef (or similar) to assist in running our […]

A Little Info on Sand Cays…

Many passengers travelling to the Great Barrier Reef will choose a variety of locations of a variety of reasons. Some passengers, brand new to snorkelling and travelling in large groups, will go to large pontoons, which are floating structures permanently fixed at a reef location. Many hard-core divers will take multi-day trips to some of […]

Passions Adds Two New Staff to Eye on the Reef!

Passions of Paradise is proud to announce that two of their staff have recently been inducted into the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority’s Eye on the Reef Weekly Monitoring program. On Friday the 20th of November, crew members Joe and Mossy completed their in-water training, and have been given the green light to start […]