We are proud to present our latest spectacular liveaboard MV Argo in the Cocos Islands. Mixing premium service with unparalleled diving safari’s, no detail from comfort to safety, has been spared, as she is crammed with all the latest mod-cons and luxuries expected by modern divers today. This massive steel-hulled beauty measures 40m long and 8m wide, and can comfortably accommodate up to 18 guests in 8 lavish and elegant cabins, and is widely favoured by film crews.
Each of our modern and individually furnished cabins with large en-suite bathrooms sit below the waterline, and are all flooded with natural light from skylights, and our long-seasoned crew of 14 will take care of your every need, as you relax and enjoy the stylish and comfortable surroundings of the spacious lounge with entertainment system and a host of amenities to keep you satisfied. The dining room is where you’ll dine on a wide range of local and international 4 star dishes, freshly prepared and cooked by our on-board chefs. Catch some rays and take in the scenery on the sun deck, it’s also where the chefs host sumptuous BBQ’s.
What makes the Argo most unique in the Cocos islands, is that she is not only designed for technical and recreational diving, being rebreather-friendly and with free nitrox on board, but she was also created to serve as the ultimate deep-diving submersible platform, as well as for R.O.V. deployment. The dive deck is manned by professional guides and has a custom laboratory for research work, two tenders, and has top-notch photographic facilities, with a camera table, strobe charging stations, and lots of storage for your gear, as well as all your diving kits, tanks and compressors.
- Most luxurious liveaboard in Cocos
- On-board deep-see submersible
- Two guides, 2 tenders, free nitrox and rebreather-friendly
- Lavish and well-appointed en-suite cabins for 18 guests
- Includes pre-paid Cocos park excursions $490
- Strobe charging stations and camera table
- Benches, lockers and Storage
The Argo liveaboard has a total of 8 staterooms, each with a private en-suite bathroom and individual air-conditioner. The cabins feature interesting art pieces by painter Carlos Hiller as well as a desk with chair, drawers and shelving for storage and a satellite phone. Staterooms are located on both the upper and lower decks.
Lower Deck Cabins
Twin Staterooms (Cabins 1, 2 and 4): Each of the 3 twin staterooms has two single beds and a porthole to allow natural light to enter the lower deck room.
Double Staterooms (Cabins 3, 5 and 6): Each of the 3 double staterooms has a queen size bed and a porthole to allow light in.
Upper Deck Cabin
Cabins 7 and 8 located on the upper deck feature a queen size bed and a port window.
There is also an owner stateroom on chartered trips with a queen size bed and a port window.