Okeanos Aggressor II Liveaboard

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The Okeanos Aggressor II is a modern liveaboard yacht that cruises the beautiful Cocos Islands all throughout the year. Previously known as Wind Dancer and a member of the Aggressor Fleet, this 36.5 metre liveaboard transports a maximum of 22 guests to the world-famous Cocos Islands in Costa Rica.

Each of the 11 lavish staterooms on-board is equipped with en-suite bathroom facilities and ample storage space. The rooms feature individual air-conditioning units and a TV for entertainment. On-board communal areas include a roomy lounge area and sundecks with a shaded area to protect guests from the sun’s harmful rays. The sundecks have a number of comfortable loungers to allow guests to completely relax in between dives. Guests can enjoy a wide range of local and American-style cuisine on board the Okeanos Aggressor II. There are also complimentary soft drinks, beers, local wines and iced teas on-board at the bar.

The waters surrounding the Cocos Islands are famous for large pelagic sightings such as graceful manta rays, whale sharks, white tip reef sharks and schooling hammerheads. Divers can hope to see all of these species and more with at least 4 fantastic dives per day. The Okeanos Aggressor II has a large dedicated diving dinghy that grants easy access to the many superb dive sites in the area. The Okeanos Aggressor’s crew of nine helpful professionals aim to please and will ensure that each and every guest departs the yacht with a host of fantastic memories.

Cabins

The Okeanos Aggressor II comfortably sleeps as many as 22 guests in 12 cozy cabins. The cabins are air-conditioned with private bathrooms. The bathrooms have a shower each, a mirrored cabinet and a hairdryer.

9 Deluxe Cabins (Lower Deck):

The lower deck deluxe cabins have a bunk bed arrangement with a double bed on the lower bunk and a twin bed on the upper bunk. There is a porthole in these rooms.

1 Owners Cabin (Main Deck):

The owners cabin has a queen sized bed, a port window and a TV with DVD player.

1 Master Cabin (Upper Deck):

The master cabin is a luxurious cabin with 2 twin beds and a large bathroom. The room is wood paneled with wooden bamboo floors and a granite dining table for added convenience should guests wish to dine in privacy in their room. There is a picture window and glass covered showers and toilets. For entertainment there is a TV with DVD player as well as a minibar.

1 Master Cabin (Upper Deck):

This master cabin is similar to the above but features a king bed instead of 2 twins. The toilet and shower is enclosed by glass, there is a minibar and flat screen TV with DVD player for entertainment as well as an in-room dining table. The cabin is wood paneled with bamboo flooring and has a picture window with stunning views.

Carolina, France September 18, 2017

I travelled to Costa Rica in August and was amazed at the wide variety of diving available. Not only were there many dive sites to choose from, each one that we chose to explore was of equal quality, and very high quality at that!

The underwater life is spectacular in Costa Rica and above the water the boat was just as impressive.

The Okeanos Aggressor II is well-maintained and exceptionally comfortable. The crew members were fabulous and made the trip extra special by focusing on the small details that make the difference.

All in all it was a brilliant trip that I would certainly recommend to others.

Recommended for: The crew and the diving

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Jonathan, Ireland September 18, 2017

Our trip was a once-in-a-lifetime experience that we will never forget.

The diving in Costa Rica was better than I’ve personally ever experienced before, and the entire liveaboard trip was very positive for each member of our family.

My wife is vegetarian and her dietary requirements were well-accommodated on board, and the chef was only too happy to be of service to us all.

The room was spacious and well-equipped. The only downside was the price as it is quite costly especially as a family vacation, however the experience was still worth it.

Recommended for: Great food and great diving

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