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The Okeanos Aggressor I is a spacious adventure yacht designed for diving around the Cocos Island. She was built for comfort and powered for safety and stability with her diesel engines. The captain and the 8 crew members are all professionally licensed and can help with any questions or queries you may have regarding the diving or the boat. There is a mini-boutique onboard where guests can purchase souvenirs at a small price and a variety of nightly activities available for you to enjoy in the salon. Night dives, fish identification slide shows, movies, books and games are a few of the events you can take part in the evening.
The boat has a spacious salon that accommodates 22 guests with a partially shaded sun deck that features chaise lounges, deck chairs, a wet bar and a grill. The 9 double cabins and 1 quad cabin are all air conditioned with en-suites, hairdryers, port hole, security box, TV/DVD and storage space for luggage. A large dive deck is located at the rear of the boat with 2 rinse tanks and plenty of dive lockers for personal gear. There is a large 3 tier camera table with a strobe charging station that is available for guest’s camera and video equipment however you are advised to take your own battery chargers.
The food onboard is a variety of Western cuisine, barbeques and local cuisine to suit every guest’s needs. The chef is happy to cater to special dietary requirements if known well in advance so they can prepare. The breakfast onboard will be a mixture of fresh fruits, hot entrees, cereals and juices with the lunches being served buffet style with a variety of soups, breads, salads and sandwiches. Dinners are chef prepared and served every evening consisting of salads, vegetables, seafood, beef or chicken with the desert being homemade every day whilst mid-morning and mid-afternoon snacks are provided for guests in between dives. The selection of beverages aboard includes fruit juices, soft drinks, iced water and tea, coffee and a selection of local beer and wine that are complimentary.
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A comfortable stateroom with a port hole, two twin bunk beds stateroom 3 - 6, a double bed and single bed (top-bunk) stateroom 7 - 11 with a private head and shower. Your stateroom is the perfect place to read a book, nap in between dives and fully recharge for the next day.
A comfortable stateroom with a port hole, two double beds (lower) and two single twin beds (upper) bunk-style with a private head and shower. Your stateroom is the perfect place to read a book, nap in between dives and fully recharge for the next day.
With two single beds (bunk-style) the twin stateroom has a port hole, private head and shower, individual climate control, and monitor with media player. The twin stateroom is very similar to the deluxe, however, is smaller.
Route Description - Cocos Island Adventure
Cocos Islands are not to missed the rocky pinnacles are beacons for big animals and big action. Schooling hammerheads, countless white-tip sharks, mantas, tuna and even whale sharks.
The Okeanos Aggressor I offers 10 night and a few 8 night itineraries around Cocos Island departing from Puntarenas where the 300 mile journey begins. The journey takes approximately 30 to 36 hours to get to the island. Throughout the trip, dives will be done from large dive tenders with most of the sites having mild currents attracting plenty of large marine life.
The main attractions in Cocos are the hammerhead sharks, rays, mantas, turtles and large schools of fish with the occasional sighting of whale sharks, marlin and bottle-nose dolphins. The ocean floor is a volcanic rock and most of the action takes place 15 to 30 meters down where the visibility is between 24 to 30 meters.
Special Sightings - Whale Sharks, mating Eagle Rays, Sail Fish, mating White Tip Sharks, False Killer Whales.