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Okeanos Aggressor II

Okeanos Aggressor II
From USD 508 per day
122 ft
Max 22
At a glance...
  • All cabins with private bathrooms
  • Dive The World Gold Range product
  • All drinks are complimentary
  • Personal diver locator devices
  • Large boat with steel hull

Customer reviews
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The world-renowned Aggressor fleet is represented in some of the world's best dive destinations and Cocos is no exception, with the 36m long Okeanos Aggressor II running 10 night trips around this Pacific gem.

Restored in 2010, this steel mono-hulled motor yacht accommodates up to 22 divers in 11 cabins all of which are air-conditioned and feature private en-suite bathrooms. The upper deck suites are quite spacious, with large seaview windows and individual-controlled air-conditioning.

Guests normally dive 3 or 4 times a day and nitrox is available. All divers are issued with personal satellite tracking devices to help minimize the risk of lost personnel at this remote spot. Photographers will appreciate the charging stations, camera table and camera rinse tank on the dive deck. The saloon also features computers which can be used to review your latest images. Memories of diving on this Cocos liveaboard, whether recorded or not, will stay with you forever since it is a truly unique destination.

To help pass the time during the crossings, you can enjoy the entertainment facilities in the air-conditioned saloon including a TV with DVDs, games and a library including general reading as well as marine-related books. You will also enjoy chef-prepared meals on Okeanos Aggressor II, with your days dining starting with breakfast cooked to order.

All drinks are complimentary on this diving cruise. Cocos Island may be a challenge to get to but you will not want for comfort when there are little touches like bathrobes, toiletries and hair-dryers, allowing you to complement awesome scuba experiences with a little bit of pampering.

 English spoken by divemasters  Divemasters hablan Espanol

Scheduled departures, prices, destinations, durations...

 English spoken by divemasters  Divemasters hablan Espanol

More Trip Details...

Notes: Cocos is a popular destination with limited liveaboard spaces. We recommend you book well in advance to avoid disappointment.

Dive experience: Beginner divers may consider Cocos Island to be a difficult dive destination due to its ruggedness and currents. This liveaboard safari is not recommended for new divers or handicapped divers.

Cruise price per person includes: Cabin accommodation with air-conditioning, breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, drinking water, soft drinks, hot drinks, local wine and beer, land excursions, transfers to the boat from some hotels, dives (as detailed in the trips above), experienced English-speaking divemaster(s), tanks, weights and weightbelt, all taxes.

Cruise price per person excludes (mandatory, unless customer provides own): Scuba equipment (US$ 260), dive computer, scuba insurance, Cocos Island National Park fee (US$ 490), departure tax (US$ 29), US$ 30 charge for an Emergency Evacuation Plan. Unless otherwise stated, all the listed items need to be paid on arrival (cash only).

Optional extras: Nitrox fills for enriched air certified divers (if available) (US$ 150), torches. Unless otherwise stated, all the listed items need to be paid on arrival. Note: prices of items purchased onboard are subject to change.

How to get there: Okeanos Aggressor II departs on both Cocos and Cano Island trips from Puntarenas. Guests fly into San Jose and are picked up from the Park Inn by Radisson. The operator will then transfer you to Puntarenas. Guests will require one hotel night in San Jose, Costa Rica prior to boarding. For more details, including airlines, see our Costa Rica travel information section.
Note: Departure times vary according to the tides. You will be informed in advance of your pick-up time and the charter departure time. The last dive of the trip will be at around 12:00 noon on the second last day of the trip. Please wait at least 18 hours before flying after diving.

Non-diver rate: US$ 200 off the full published price (does not apply to specials).

Single supplement (if you do not want to share accommodation): This is optional - single travelers may choose to share a cabin or pay a supplement of 65% of the normal published price.

Dive clubs and group discounts: Pay for 6 guests and 1 extra guest can join the cruise in a Deluxe cabin free of charge (total 7+ guests). Pay for 9 and 2 extra guests can join free of charge (total 11+ guests).

Whole boat charter rate (per night): Pay for 18 guests and 4 additional persons can join the cruise in a Deluxe cabin free of charge (total 22 guests).

 English spoken by divemasters  Divemasters hablan Espanol

Cabins, Berths, Showers, Bathrooms...
Okeanos Aggressor II has a total of 11 staterooms, all with private en-suite bathrooms: 8 Deluxe staterooms, 1 Master stateroom and 2 Suites. The Deluxe staterooms each have a lower double bed and single upper bed, and are all on the lower deck. The Master stateroom on the main deck has a queen bed and is equipped with a TV/ VCR, as well as a porthole.

The 2 suites are situated on the upper deck. They each have sea view windows, a 42" flat screen monitor and DVD player, refrigerator, separate shower cubicle, table and chairs; one suite has a king bed, the other has twin beds.

All the cabins have:
  • Individual controlled air-conditioning
  • Private en-suite bathroom with hot water shower and hand basin
  • Hairdryer, bathrobe, towels and toiletries
  • Suites and Master have windows, cabins on lower deck have portholes
  • TV and movie player
  • Bathrobes (Suites and Master only)
  • Bedside reading lights
  • Wardrobe and mirror
  • Bedding
  • Fire warning system
  • Fire extinguisher and life jackets
  • USA flat 2-pin 110V electricity
No. of bathrooms / showers - 12 / 14 - hot water

 English spoken by divemasters  Divemasters hablan Espanol

Crew, Facilities, Dive Courses...
The crew of 9 comprise:
  • Captain
  • Cruise leader/Instructor
  • Dive Master
  • Engineer
  • Head Chef
  • Assistant Cook
  • Steward/Maid
  • 2 Deck Hands
2 x Motorised dive tenders - Dive deck with toilet and 3 hot water showers - Camera table, battery charging stations and separate rinse tank - Main deck 516ft² (48m²) air-conditioned saloon with restaurant and bar - TV, video player and music system - Satellite phone, computer with email (rental use) - Photo and video editing facilities - Board games - Library with movies, magazines, general and fish ID books - Sundeck and shaded area with sun chairs - Ship Shape Boutique - Water dispenser

 English spoken by divemasters  Divemasters hablan Espanol

Menu, Cuisine Type...
Meals are enjoyed in the saloon/dining area. Lunch is served buffet-style and dinner features table-side service. The menu includes a mix of international cuisine and local specialties with a Costa Rican flavour. In addition to meals, mid-morning and mid-afternoon snacks are served to ensure you are well-fed between meals and dives. All drinks including alcohol are included in the liveaboard cruise price.
  • International and local Costa Rican cuisine is served.
  • Air-conditioned dining in saloon with both buffet and table served meals.
  • Meals consist of breakfast, lunch and dinner with cookies and snacks in-between.
  • Coffee, tea, drinking water, soft drinks, spirits, beer and wine are provided free of charge.
  • All dietary requirements, including Halal and vegetarian, can be catered for - please send advanced notice.
  • Catering begins with lunch on your first day after check-in.
Breakfast samples: eggs to order, cereals, bacon/sausage, sliced cheese, croissants/toast, fresh fruit, yoghurt, apple strudel, fruit juice, tea & coffee.
Lunch/dinner samples: pork with apple sauce, sea bass, tortillas, pasta, pizza, burgers, final night barbecue.

 English spoken by divemasters  Divemasters hablan Espanol

Technical Specifications...
  • Built in year 1988, restored in 2010
  • Size - 121ft x 28 ft (36.6m x 8.5m)
  • Weight - 250 tonnes
  • Top speed - 11 knots
  • Cruising speed - 8.5 knots
  • 2 x 425 Cummins engines
  • 2 x 75 KW Cummins generators
  • 2 x Bauer compressors
  • Enriched air nitrox membrane system
  • 12 liter aluminum scuba tanks with Int. valves
  • Electricity - 110 & 220V 24 hrs per day
  • Water capacity - 27,000 liters
  • Fresh watermaker - 8,000 liters per day
  • Fuel capacity - 83,279 liters
  • Waste storage tanks

 English spoken by divemasters  Divemasters hablan Espanol

Navigation, Safety Features...
  • Life raft
  • 2 x 125 HP Mercury diving dinghies with oxygen kits, first aid, manual GPS, binoculars, radio and fire extinguishers
  • 3 x radios - 2 VHF & SSB
  • Furuno 48 mile radar
  • 2 x Garmin GPS
  • Furuno Fishfinder with depth sounder
  • CCTV in engine room
  • Bilge pump alarm
  • Spot personal scuba diver satellite tracking devices
  • Searchlight, horn & life rings
  • Iridium satellite phone, email & weather fax
  • MFA box and trained staff
  • 6,200 liters continuous flow oxygen
  • Fire extinguishers and life jackets

 English spoken by divemasters  Divemasters hablan Espanol

Customer reviews:

Customer rating - Very good
"Equipment at the right size were available and at good condition. Staff were incredibly friendly and helpful. Liveaboard is a little bit on the "ageing" side but this is compensated by the great service and food that we received." - , Malaysia, 23 April 2015 ...

Customer rating - Excellent
"This trip has surpassed my expectations. Probably the best, most organized trip I have ever been on. Staff was extremely friendly and accomodating. We were treated like royalty. Our wishes were their quest. All details were paid attention to. Safety was their number one concern. The diving was beyond words. It is definitely worth every penny and worth travelling the distance. BTW, the food was out of this world. Cant wait to go back." - , USA, 30 January 2014 ...

Customer rating - Very good
"Okeanos Aggressor II, Cocos has small cabins relative to other liveaboards. Great personable service. Excellent cuisine and great diving." - , Canada, 6 March 2013 ...

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