Measuring 4o metres in length and 8.2 wide, this steel-hulled beauty cruises at 10 knots and provides comfort, safety and stability for your dive cruise to one of the World’s most sought-after scuba destinations.
A large dive deck, spacious Salon, covered cocktail area, a sundeck to relax on, and plenty of space to store your gear are provided by this superb dive liveaboard.
There are fantastic camera facilities which allow you to work with and take care of your photographic gear, ensuring all those incredible shark images make it back safely to shore.
The Okeanos caters for up to 22 guests in a total of 11 cabins that include one master cabin, eight deluxe staterooms, and two suites. The staterooms are situated on the lower deck and have a bunk bed arrangement, while the master cabin is on the main deck and the two suite cabins on the upper deck.
Don’t hesitate to get in touch for more info regarding cabin arrangements.
Cocos Island is a bucket list diving destination for a very good reason. The remote, clear waters surrounding the island contain a rich biodiversity of pelagic and endemic life. Legendary schools of scalloped hammerheads, a myriad of shark species, whales and dolphins are all on the list of possible encounters during your dive trip here.
From whale sharks to vast schools of jacks, sea turtles and rays, if you are an avid diver, this faraway scuba paradise should be battling with dive spots such as Galapagos and Socorro at the top of your list.
Diving is done from one of two comfortable dive tenders that make sure you get dropped off at the right point and picked up safely after your dive.
The menu is as extensive and bountiful as you would expect from a vessel in the aggressor fleet, with the cuisine comprising local and American dishes served in the spacious dining area. We will make sure that your vegan | plant-based diver dietary requirements are well cared for during your Cocos Island liveaboard. Drop us a message for more info.
Kindly note trip cost excludes Marine park | Port fees (payable onboard), equipment rental (if any), PADI course fees (if any).
Don’t hesitate to contact us for exact details, as the above charges may alter depending on which dive cruise itinerary interests you.
Day 1 & Day 2: Transfer to the boat and travel to Cocos.
Day 4 – Day 9: Dive three times per day at the best dive sites for the time.
Day 10 & Day 11: Travel back from Cocos and disembark on day 11.
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