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Blue Marine semi-submerged tour boat海中観光船ブルーマリン

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Pleasure Boat / Water Cruise

Blue Marine is a semi-submerged tour boat that takes visitors on an approximately 45-minute trip around Takega-shima Island Bay in the Muroto-Anan Kaigan Quasi-National Park. Takega-shima Bay, which has been designated a Marine Park by Japan’s Ministry of the Environment, is an important habitat for coral and tropical fish. Blue Marine has an observation cabin in the bottom of the boat, from which passengers can view the beautiful coral and spectacular tropical fish.

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Tokushima Pref. Kaifugunkaiyouchou Shishikuiura Takegashima 28-45

phone 0884763100
place

9:00-16:00 (operated every 1 Hours)

Review of Underwater Sightseeing Boat Blue Marine

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Reviewed:2017/11/28 日頃は目に出来ない、非日常の景色を満喫出来ました
海中観光船ブルーマリンは約45分間程度で、竹ケ島海中公園を一巡り出来ます。船が重層構造となっており、船底の展望室からはシコロン珊瑚、ヤエダミドリイシ珊瑚、カラフルな熱帯魚が座ったまま鑑賞することが出来ます。この規模は我国では屈指の海中公園幻想クルーズだと思われます。
Reviewed:2016/09/05 行く日によるのかな
行った時はあまりお魚がいなく思ってたのとは違いましたが、普段見ることのない魚を見ることができ、またあまり乗る事のない海中観光船は楽しかったです。
Reviewed:2016/06/10 サンゴや熱帯魚
白とピンクのかわいい船です。船底に入って椅子に座ると窓から海中が見えました。サンゴ礁や、熱帯魚が見えて、楽しかったです。デッキに出ると、風がここちよかったです。

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Address

Tokushima Pref. Kaifugunkaiyouchou Shishikuiura Takegashima 28-45 [map]

Phone

0884763100

Hours
9:00-16:00 (operated every 1 Hours)
Closed
Tuesday (The next day for Public holiday), GW/summer vacation/New Year's Holiday is open
Fees
Boarding Adults1800yen, Children 900yen, ChildFree
Parking Lot
Available
Credit Card
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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