Quicksilver’s wi-fi fills in passengers
QUICKSILVER has introduced an innovative “Great Barrier Reef Interpretive Hotspot’ onboard Quicksilver VIII and Quicksilver V.
Passengers travelling on the Outer Reef cruises will be able to gain more interpretative information about the reef through the hotspot. It is only accessible on the vessels via a wi-fi enabled device such as a smart phone or tablet and logging onto the local hotspot.
The hotspot creates a new avenue for passengers to learn more through the extensive marine biologist video presentation and marine interpretation, complementing existing interpretive material for guests.
The Hotspot also includes information on the day’s activities, important safety information, tips to get the most out of the snorkelling experience along with what they can expect during their day with us on the Great Barrier Reef.
Quicksilver Group managing director Tony Baker said “it had been an enormous success in making sure everyone has access to a range of quality interpretative and safety information through their own devices.