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Okeanos Aggressor II Liveaboard



Destination: Costa Rica

Cocos Island (8-10 Nights) | From $500++/night

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The Okeanos Aggressor II is a 120-foot yacht, built and powered for comfort, safety and stability, scheduling year-round Cocos Islands diving cruises.



Okeanos Aggressor II departs from Puntarenas, Costa Rica. An overnight stay in San Jose is usually required prior to the trip due to airline schedules. Recommended hotels are the host hotels, Holiday Inn Escazu and Holiday Inn Express Forum in San Jose where group transfers are provided from.


Dive Overview

Rocky pinnacles surrounding Cocos are beacons for big animals and big action. Schooling hammerheads, countless white-tip sharks, mantas, tuna and even whale sharks call Cocos home.

[See: Costa Rica Dive Travel GuideCocos Island Dive Travel Guide]


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Okeanos Aggressor II Accommodation Details

Comfortable accommodations for 22 guests include 8 deluxe staterooms with double bed and twin bed bunk-style, 1 master stateroom with a queen bed, and 2 suites of which one has two twin beds and the other a king bed. Each cabin features a private head and shower, and storage space for your luggage.


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Deluxe (LEFT) and Master (RIGHT) Staterooms  

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Suite #2 (LEFT) and Suite #11 (RIGHT)   


Okeanos Aggressor II Cabin Details

  • Suite (#2)
  • A large luxurious suite featuring 2 twin beds (fixed), picture window, bamboo wood flooring, a 42 inch flat screen monitor with media player, private minibar/refrigerator, granite side table for private in-cabin dining, wood paneling, upholstered headboard, large bathroom with travertine floors, and separate glass enclosures for toilet and showers.
  • Suite (#11)
  • A large luxurious suite featuring a king bed, picture window, bamboo wood flooring, a 42-inch flat screen monitor with media player, private minibar/refrigerator, granite side table for private in-cabin dining, wood paneling, upholstered headboard, large bathroom with travertine floors, and separate glass enclosures for toilet and showers.
  • Master Stateroom (#1)
  • Queen bed, private facilities, monitor with media player, mirrored cabinet, full-length mirror, wardrobe, bathrobes, hairdryer, toiletries, fresh towels daily.
  • Deluxe Stateroom (# 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10)
  • Double bed (lower) and twin bed (upper) bunk-style, private facilities, mirrored cabinet, wardrobe, bathrobes, hairdryer, toiletries, fresh towels daily.

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General Facilities

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Okeanos Aggressor II Boat Features

  • Spacious salon
  • Covered and uncovered sun deck area
  • Chaise lounges
  • Deck chairs
  • Bar
  • Grill


Okeanos Aggressor II Dive Facilities

  • Nitrox (unlimited Nitrox is $150 for 10-night charters)
  • Diving specialty courses
  • Complete photo center
  • Full line of Aqua Lung rental gear


Food & Drinks Aboard Okeanos Aggressor II

The menu onboard is varied and plentiful, with a variety of American feasts, barbecues and local cuisine. The Aggressor’s selection includes fruit juices, soft drinks, iced water, iced tea, coffee, and a limited selection of local beer and wine, which are complimentary. Due to the high duty charged on liquor, we suggest you bring your special brand from the U.S/International. Due to local regulations; the bar will be closed while the boat is in port.


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Okeanos Aggressor II Liveaboard Deck Plan

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Schedule, Rates & Availability

Okeanos Aggressor II Schedule & Rates

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Prices are in USD, per person and are based on the lowest priced cabin. Port and park fees are not included.

[See also: Inclusions & Exclusions and Full Rates by Cabin Type]

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Okeanos Aggressor II Rates





January 5, 2021 - January 8, 2022 Cocos Island (10 nights)




January 12, 2022 - January 6, 2023 Cocos Island (10 nights)




January 7, 2023 - January 6, 2024 Cocos Island (10 nights)




January 8, 2024 - December 17, 2024 Cocos Island (10 nights)




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  • Accommodations aboard the yacht
  • All meals and snacks, non-alcoholic beverages, local beer and wine
  • Diving
  • Compressed air tanks, weights & belts
  • Transfers from host hotels (Holiday Inn Escazu and Holiday Inn Express Forum) in San Jose to Puntarenas and transfers from Puntarenas to airport or host hotels



  • Airfare (international and domestic) and $29 airport departure tax paid at the airport
  • Insurance
  • Equipment rentals
  • Nitrox fills
  • Certification or specialty courses
  • Hotel stays/day rooms
  • Dinner on final evening
  • Crew gratuity
  • Mandatory: Park Fee (USD $490 for 10 night charters  and $350 for 8 night charters) and $30 Emergency Evacuation Plan, both paid onboard.
  • All onboard sales/services have a 13% tax excluding park fees/evacuation program



For more information on other departure dates, rates, and on availability email us at info@bluewaterdivetravel.com or call us at +1-310-915-6677 and we will gladly help you plan your dream dive vacation!

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Dive Information & Destinations

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Cocos Island Overview

Cocos Island is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is located approximately 320 nautical miles off the Pacific coast of Costa Rica. Cocos Island is the largest uninhabited island in the world and the only one that receives sufficient rainfall to support a tropical rainforest. The isolated environmental conditions of the island are home to a high number of endemic fish and plants. Cocos Island is also well known as being a favorite stopping point for pirates dating back to the 1500’s.


Cocos Island Dive Overview

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  • Whale Sharks, Schooling Hammerhead Sharks, White-tip Sharks, Tuna, Manta Rays, Turtles and Giant Frogfish
  • All dives from tenders.
  • Water temperature: 72 - 82F, 22 - 28C with cooler thermoclines
  • 3 - 5 mm wetsuit recommended
  • No night diving is currently offered at Cocos Island. 
  • 8-night charters:  up to 17 dives 
  • 10-night charters: up to 24 dives


10-Night Sample Itinerary

  • Day 1 Meet in front of host hotel (See last page for pick up time).
  • Transfer to Puntarenas for boarding and departure for Cocos Island.
  • Day 2 - 3 Arrive to Cocos Island, diving begins.
  • Day 4 - 9 Eat, Sleep & Dive.
  • Day 9 -10 Travel back to Puntarenas.
  • Day 11 Check out at 7 am and transfer to San Jose Airport or host hotels.


[See: Cocos Island Dive Travel Guide]

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Other Information

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Boat Specifications

  • Year Built: 1985
  • Length: 120 feet (36.5 meters)
  • Beam: 27 feet (8.2 meters)
  • Cruising speed: 10 knots (12 knots maximum)
  • Engines: Twin Cummins 425 HP Diesel
  • Generators: Twin Cummins 80 KWA
  • Maximum guests: 22
  • Number of cabins: 11
  • Number of bathrooms: 12
  • Number of crews: 9
  • Tenders: 2 dive tenders with 140 hp
  • Fuel capacity: 7,000 litres
  • Water capacity: 7,000 litres
  • Watermaker: 5,000 litres per day


Practical Information

  • Time Zone: UTC-6
  • Local Currency: CRC (Costa Rican Colon)
  • Language Spoken: English & Spanish
  • Electricity: 110-volt
  • Payment Onboard: Cash, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and traveler’s checks

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Reviews (2)


Diving Cocos Island is amazing, Hammerheads, Tigers, Galapogos ,Whale Sharks, Mantas. 20 -30 hour crossing through rough seas. Once on sight STRONG currents and deep dives. Great diving for experienced divers that are comfortable with BIG sharks. Visibility was from 100ft to 15ft depending on location. The crew/dive guides are excellent, the food is good and plentiful. The boat could use a makeover/drydock, standard cabins are lack luster for the price.
That being said, the excellent diving and incredible service of the crew make this a must do trip for any experienced diver.

Visited on 07/2014 - Submitted on 10/27/2014

I traveled to cocos on Dec 2012 with several of my friends in, this has been by far one of the best trips I have ever done . I am a local costarican, so the trip is very simple for me, since I just drive to the port of Puntarenas and that's it. I am on my way!. However, for the rest of you, getting to Costa Rica its super simple. If you are comming from the USA there are direct flights from Orlando, Miami, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, North Carolina, Phoenix, Fourt Lauderdale and you can get here with short connections in Salvador (Through Avianca) or Panama (through Copa). If you come from Europe I recoomend Iberia's direct flight from Madrid. From Mexico and South america, Avianca and Copa offer the best connections.

If you decide to come to Cocos, consider staying in Costa Rica mainland a few days, there is so much you can do in our country! The amazing part is that being such a small country in just a few days you can go from pacific to atlantic and from north to south. You can visit active volcanos, do world class water rafting, canyoning, canopies, visit rain forests, sport fishing, and many many more activities.

The trip to Cocos starts in Puntarenas, where you sail depending on the tide. It must be high tide in order for the ship to be able to exit the shallow channel. From Puntarenas it takes around 36 hours to get to Cocos, depending on the time of the year, the way to Cocos can get a little rough. Our trip had very calm seas. The return is usually calmer since you have following seas all the way to Costa Rica mainland.

The Wind dancer is an old boat, but they keep it very nicely maintained. Its not luxurious, but its comfortable. I think it has 6 cabins below the main deck and 2 cabins above the main deck. The main deck is were the dining room is located and a small relaxing lounge. There is a Tv and some movies and 2 computers to share. A few old books and magazines. All this air conditioned.

In the main deck but outside its the equipment area, where there is plenty equipment for your scuba equipment and a large table for photo and video equipment, if all the guests bring cameras, you have to wait for a little to work on your equipment since there is no room for everyone at the same time. They have 2 huge camera tanks on each side of the boat.

The assign to each person a large space to store your diving equipment. Diving equipment (bcd and regulator) stays in the dingy, where they fill the tanks.

The service its really good. All the crew members are friendly and willing to do anything in order to make your trip a great trip. Every time you get out of the water you can take a hot shower in the aft of the boat, and then there will be someone from the crew waiting for you with a warm towel and lots of fruit and pastires.

The divemasters are very knowledgable of the dive sites and marine life at the island. They come here everyweek, so they know where, when and what to expect at each site.

The diving its just extraordinary. 3 to 4 dives each day. Now there is a limit to 2 or 3 night dives per diver each trip, you can't dive every night anymore. Costarican park rangers enforced a new policy to reduce the number of divers each night at the 2 divesites where you can do night dives. It seems white tips sharks are getting lazy and the just hunt at night using the light of the divers. When they hunt, they go crazy and the damage the corals. This is the reason why they are not allowing everyone to dive each night. But this is not a written policy, it will depend of how many people are at the island on every trip.

Cocos is famous for the large schools of hammerhead sharks, but if you look a little closer , you will find that the island is a lot more than just the sharks. You can see whale sharks, huge manta rays, huge shcools of jacks, thousands and thousands of white tip sharks, dolphins, tunas, turtels, marble rays, frog fish, and lots of different tropical fish.

There are lots of macro opportunities as well as large pelagics.

The new addition to the Island is the visit of a few tiger sharks that can be seen ocassionaly. Finally in my trip we saw a sea lion, probably lost from Galapagos.

The water condition was very nice, probably some 30 - 50 ft visibility, depending on the site. Each site has completely different conditions, there are calm dives such as Manuelita (were you do night dives), and also very strong current dives such as Alcyone (were you can see the large schools of hammerheads).

One of my favorite spots is the Arch, its a huge arch, probably 30 ft tall and 100 wide. Fish swim upside down on the top part of the arch, its pretty rare! There are lots of marble rays, jacks, and shools of fish.

This is a trip every diver should make, its just awsome diving.

Visited on 12/2012 - Submitted on 02/05/2014


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