Sea Hunter Liveaboard

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The M/V Sea Hunter is a large liveaboard vessel, measuring 35 meters and providing great diving cruises to some of the best dive spots off of Costa Rica. Complete with ten private suites, each featuring air conditioning, lots of space for personal belongings, an en-suite bathroom, and stylish furnishings, this liveaboard has all the comforts a scuba diver could ask for on a liveaboard dive cruise. Guests will enjoy lounging on one of the sundecks, eating a meal prepared by the executive chef, or working on editing photographs taken on one of the day’s dives.

Sea Hunter

The M/V Sea Hunter Liveaboard

The diving locations off of Costa Rica are full of thousands of species of fish, vibrant coral reefs, and all kinds of marine life, perfect for underwater photography. Divers will enjoy exploring the turquoise waters, coming face to face with manta rays, sharks, or sea turtles. With all of the diving amenities you could ever need, the Cocos Islands are waiting for you to dive in their waters.

Sea Hunter Liveaboard Video

For an outstanding dive holiday, trust the Sea Hunter liveaboard and its crew to take you to some of the best diving spots on the planet. Travel the breathtaking seas of the Cocos Islands in Costa Rica as you enjoy every moment of your diving cruise aboard this exceptional liveaboard vessel.

Cabins

The 10 air-conditioned cabins aboard the Sea Hunter are in fact hand-painted works of art by Carlos Hiller. The cabins are carpeted and have en-suite facilities including a shower.

Owner Stateroom (no 10)

The owner stateroom on the main deck features a queen size bed, a window with main deck views and a TV with DVD player for entertainment. There is also a work desk with chair for added convenience.

Stateroom (no 9)

This room has a queen size and single bed arranged into bunks. This cabin features a window and is also located on the main deck.

Stateroom (no 4, 7 & 8)

These staterooms are on the boat’s lower deck and have porthole views. They feature a queen size/single bed bunk bed arrangement.

Stateroom (no 2 & 5)

These cabins on the lower deck have 2 twin size beds and porthole views.

Stateroom (no 1, 3 & 6)

These three staterooms have 2 single beds in bunk bed arrangement. These well-appointed cabins feature a porthole.

Barry, Norway September 18, 2017

Our trip to Costa Rica in June was a great experience due to the Sea Hunter and its great crew.

We were lucky enough to dive multiple times a day and saw sharks, dolphins and even a whale shark which swam very close to us.

The liveaboard itself is very comfortable and just what you need for a diving trip, and the knowledgeable dive guides really made a big difference to our enjoyment of the dives.

Recommended for: All of the amazing dives!

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Leandra, Netherlands September 18, 2017

The Cocos Island Expedition offers a different adventure each day, and I was blessed to see both dolphins and sharks up close.

I visited the area in April and even caught footage of a tiger shark hunting a sea turtle on my underwater camera! Conditions were great, the food was enjoyable and the warm and welcoming crew never failed to impress.

Thanks again one and all for a truly memorable trip.

Recommended for: Shark and dolphin sightings

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