Reef suites Underwater Hotel Specifications

Valued customer from English Marine Engineering, Cairns, AustraliaSpecifications for Reef suites, Reef World’s Underwater Hotel Pontoon

• Stationed at ‘Hardy Reef’
(40 nm off Airlie Beach, Queensland)
• Tonnage approx. 250 t
• Height approx. 9m
• Length 45m
• 3 spacious levels

On Board Facilities

• Scuba diving platform | Certified and Introduction
• Snorkel | swim platforms
• Enclosed children’s swim area
• Weather station
• Overnight Accommodation
• Area for 20 deck sleeping spaces
(luxury custom ‘swags’)

Reef World Reef Suites (Private)

• 2 generous bedrooms under water
• Floor to ceiling glass windows
looking into the ocean.
• Full luxury bathroom.
• Fully Air-conditioned
• Unique to Cruise Whitsundays.

• Food Servery
• Under the stars dining.
• Upper deck Bar
• Retail and café area.
• Retractable Upper Deck Awning
• Under water observatory with floor to ceiling viewing windows.
• Full service amenities
• Life Guard Towers
• Davit for tender and or handling supplies,
• Change Rooms
• Deck showers
• Coral Viewing boat mooring and access points
• Mooring for transfer vessels
• Air-Conditioning in enclosed areas – Reef World Pontoon, Crew Quarters, Showers, Galley etc
• Reef World Pontoon Crew Cabins
• Reef World Media Room
• Surveillance Full internet access
• CCTV Camera over swimming areas and under water.

Reef World's Pontoon Reef suites, whitsundays - Designed, Engineered and Fabricated by English Marine Engineering Cairns
↑ Reef suites Pontoon with 5 star rooms, 4 meter below the water level.

Construction Reef suites, Reef World Construction by English Marine Engineering, Cairns, Australia

↑ Construction Reef suites, Reef World facilities on first level

Spiral Staircase for Reef Suits underwater hotel | Construction by English Marine Engineering, Cairns, Australia
↑ Reef World’s Spiral Staircase for Reef Suits underwater hotel Pontoon

 

Spiral Staircase installation and production by English Marine Engineering, Cairns, Australia
↑ Installed Spiral Staircase to the upper deck