Save 28% on the Okeanos Aggressor I & II

20th September 2016   |   Sandro Lonardi

The Aggressor Fleet have now been sailing to Cocos Island for 28 years! Diviac is celebrating this fantastic milestone with a 28% discount on the Okeanos Aggressor I and the Okeanos Aggressor II. The discount can be applied to departures between January 7 and May 29, 2017. To take advantage of this offer, book before September 30, 2016.

Like all Cocos Island itineraries, a trip aboard the Okeanos Aggressor I begins with a 30-hour trip to remote Cocos Island. Once there, you will have the opportunity to dive among whale sharks, schooling hammerhead sharks, white-tipped sharks, tuna, manta rays, turtles and giant frogfish on a daily basis.

A trip on any Okeanos Aggressor liveaboard gives divers the chance to complete at least three dives a day. A fourth dive is offered as a night dive three times each trip. All diving takes place Monday through Sunday around Cocos Island.

Keep in mind, there is still time to book the Dive the World weeks on the Okeanos Aggressor I & II. These departures give you a generous savings of 25%.

It's hammer time! Book today and save big on this bucket list holiday.

Okeanos Aggressor I & II

The Okeanos Aggressors I & II are your ticket to large animals and frenetic action surrounded by the lush, uninhabited Isla Cocos. Both ships include personable crews which speak both English and Spanish.

To make the most of your non-diving hours, these liveaboards provide ample space for relaxation. You are sure to enjoy the spacious lounge as well as the covered and uncovered sun decks with loungers and chairs. A cocktail bar and grill complete the on board amenities.

For your convenience, internet is provided at no extra charge. Nitrox is available on both boats and rental gear can be arranged.

Discover some of the most fascinating dive spots - Alcyone, Big Dos Amigos, Bird Island, Chatham Bay, Dirty Rock - in Cocos Island. After an exhilarating diving day aboard either Okeanos Aggressor, unwind on the sundeck or at the bar, enjoy fresh food or rest in your cabin.

Cocos Island

Home to huge schools of scalloped hammerhead sharks and plenty of other pelagics, remote Cocos Island is one of the best places to dive in the world.

The only way to see Cocos Island is on a diving liveaboard vessel which you can board from the port city of Puntarenas in Costa Rica. Liveaboard trips usually last for at least 8 to 10 days and it takes up to 36 hours to reach Cocos Island from Puntarenas.

Cocos Island, because of its heavy currents and surges, is recommended for advanced divers only.

With only about 15-20 dive sites surrounding Cocos Island, you’re sure to find a few you want to dive more than once. Of these sites, Bajo Alcyone is the most popular. Here you’ll find a seamount with its summit at 85 feet (25 meters) along with dozens of hammerhead sharks, manta rays and mobula rays. Because of its heavy currents, this site should be attempted by advanced divers only. Nearly as famous as Bajo Alcyone, Dirty Rock is a similar dive for less advanced divers. The pinnacles and boulders create a protected channel where you’ll meet hammerhead sharks, manta rays and whale sharks. Other worthwhile sites include Dos Amigos Grande, Dos Amigos Pequena, Manuelita Garden, Punta Maria and Manuelita Deep.

Deal Details

  • DEAL 1: Save 28% on departures to Cocos Island between January 7 and May 29, 2017 when booked before September 30, 2016.
  • DEAL 2: Save 25% on the Dive the World weeks, including departures on March 28th and April 29th, 2017 for Okeanos Aggressor I and February 10th, 2017 for Okeanos Aggressor II.
  • Not valid with any other promotion or money-saving offer.
  • This discount applies to the full paying space only on a single supplement.

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