Glass Bottom Boat Tours Exmouth

Western Australia’s only semi submersible glass bottom boat

Immerse yourself among some of the worlds most beautiful fish and coral species today.

Coral Viewing Tour

Duration: 60 Minutes

From AUD $59.00

The Sub Sea Explorer is a custom built semi-submersible vessel that gives passengers a unique view of the underwater architecture and marine life from below the waterline. It is the only semi-submersible catamaran vessel in WA.

Coral Viewing & Snorkel Tour

Duration: 120 Minutes

From AUD $89.00

The Sub Sea Explorer is a custom built semi-submersible vessel that gives passengers a unique view of the underwater architecture and marine life from below the waterline. It is the only semi-submersible catamaran vessel in WA.

Half Day Snorkel + Coral Viewing

Duration: 210 Minutes

From AUD $145.00

The Sub Sea Explorer is a custom built semi-submersible vessel that gives passengers a unique view of the underwater architecture and marine life from below the waterline. It is the only semi-submersible catamaran vessel in WA.

Coral Viewing Tour

Duration: 60 Minutes

From AUD $59.00

The Sub Sea Explorer is a custom built semi-submersible vessel that gives passengers a unique view of the underwater architecture and marine life from below the waterline. It is the only semi-submersible catamaran vessel in WA.

Coral Viewing & Snorkel Tour

Duration: 120 Minutes

From AUD $89.00

The Sub Sea Explorer is a custom built semi-submersible vessel that gives passengers a unique view of the underwater architecture and marine life from below the waterline. It is the only semi-submersible catamaran vessel in WA.

Half Day Snorkel + Coral Viewing

Duration: 210 Minutes

From AUD $145.00

The Sub Sea Explorer is a custom built semi-submersible vessel that gives passengers a unique view of the underwater architecture and marine life from below the waterline. It is the only semi-submersible catamaran vessel in WA.

View Ningaloo

The iconic Ningaloo Reef is World-Class when it comes to coral, fish fauna and marine life and a journey on the Sub Sea Explorer is not only inspirational and educational, but a great way for the family to understand the underwater ecology of the Ningaloo Reef.

Testimonials

Lucy Jordanoff
Lucy Jordanoff
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We had a great time on the tour today and saw lots of fish and turtles and even a few sharks. The duration was great too as we had our wriggling toddler on board with us. Lucy and Matt were great and we learnt lots about the reef and wildlife. Highly recommend!
English Teacher Chris
English Teacher Chris
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We went on the one hour reef trip. It’s easy to get to the launch jetty. You don’t need a 4wd and there are clean toilets there. We had lots of room and a viewing window each. We saw hundreds of fish , turtles and masses of coral. Some of the coral was gigantic. All of it was explained well by the friendly crew. Everyone enjoyed the trip , from the little kids to the oldies. This one is for everyone. A must do for your trip 🙂
Lucy Jordanoff
Lucy Jordanoff
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We went on a "bad day" for wind and it was still such an amazing experience. The boat being semi-submerged makes it perfect for being out of the wind and viewing fish. I was blown away at how much we got to see. Can't wait to come back and do it all over again! Amazing to young kids who might be a bit unsure of the ocean/boats but love turtles!
Sharron Smith
Sharron Smith
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Thanks to the team at View Ningaloo, our family had a great time on the Coral viewing and snorkelling tour this morning. The commentary was informative and the views great from the semi submersible viewing windows. They provided all the equipment to make our snorkelling experience safe and enjoyable.
Brian Davis
Brian Davis
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Provided a service delivered professionally through an operation respectful of the ecology with a detailed commentary reflecting a passion and genuine connection with marine sustainability. Impressive boat handling and care. Genuine belief and promotion of Exmouth community. People with integrity . . an experience well enjoyed. Thank you!
Peter Abigail
Peter Abigail
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The wind picked right up on the day we were due to go out and the operator's shifted the trip to make it as comfortable as possible. We were hosted by Alex who was extremely knowledgeable about the local marine environment. We saw heaps of marine life including 4 turtles, a 1000 yo hard coral and and large numbers of a wide range of fish. The snorkelling was great despite the high winds. We went out with our 5 and 2 yo no trouble at all. Would highly recommend these guys.

Frequently Asked Questions

Sub Sea Explorer is a semi-submersible vessel, which means it has windows on the sides of the hull and allow passengers to look out at a 360 degree view underwater. On a glass bottom boat, the windows are in the floor of the hull, and have a limited range of viewing compared to the semi-submersible.

800 meters to 1 kilometers from Tantabiddi boat ramp. We explore the Tantabiddi sanctuary area of ningaloo reef.

A wonderful variety of reef fish and hard corals. We often see turtles, sharks, rays and larger fish, for example Queensland groupers when we explore the deeper waters outside of the coral garden area.

If you need to make changes to an existing booking please contact us. We are happy to make changes to your booking pending availability.

We only supply food on our half day and private tours. You are welcome to bring your own snacks on our 1 hour and 2 hours tours.

Yes! we supply masks snorkels and fins. We do not supply wetsuits. Please contact Tom from Exmouth Surf Centre for a great deal on 24 hours wetsuit hire.

No. We explore the inside of the Ningaloo Reef. Whalesharks are on the outside on the Ningaloo fringe Reef. We recommend contacting Ningaloo Discovery or Ocean Eco Adventures for Whaleshark tours.

Tantabiddi boat ramp, which is a 25 min drive from Exmouth town centre.

Swimwear, water bottle, towel, camera or phone. You are welcome to bring a snack.

Frequently Asked Questions

Sub Sea Explorer is a semi-submersible vessel, which means it has windows on the sides of the hull and allow passengers to look out at a 360 degree view underwater. On a glass bottom boat, the windows are in the floor of the hull, and have a limited range of viewing compared to the semi-submersible.

800 meters to 1 kilometers from Tantabiddi boat ramp. We explore the Tantabiddi sanctuary area of ningaloo reef.

A wonderful variety of reef fish and hard corals. We often see turtles, sharks, rays and larger fish, for example Queensland groupers when we explore the deeper waters outside of the coral garden area.

If you need to make changes to an existing booking please contact us. We are happy to make changes to your booking pending availability.

We only supply food on our half day and private tours. You are welcome to bring your own snacks on our 1 hour and 2 hours tours.

Yes! we supply masks snorkels and fins. We do not supply wetsuits. Please contact Tom from Exmouth Surf Centre for a great deal on 24 hours wetsuit hire.

No. We explore the inside of the Ningaloo Reef. Whalesharks are on the outside on the Ningaloo fringe Reef. We recommend contacting Ningaloo Discovery or Ocean Eco Adventures for Whaleshark tours.

Tantabiddi boat ramp, which is a 25 min drive from Exmouth town centre.

Swimwear, water bottle, towel, camera or phone. You are welcome to bring a snack.