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We have recently expanded our dive portfolio with the introduction of Cocos Island. A lush, uninhabited island resting 340 miles off Costa Rica's Pacific coast, the rocky pinnacles surrounding Cocos are beacons for big animals and big action.

We are pleased to introduce the newest addition to our programme; Cocos Island Liveaboards. A distinctive and remote diving location, Cocos Island is ideal for the serious diver. Regaldive’s latest addition will no doubt be at the top of the ‘must dive’ lists in 2016!

A distinctive and remote diving location, Cocos Island is surrounded by deep waters populated by Whale Sharks, Schooling Hammerhead Sharks, White-tip Sharks, Tuna, Manta Rays & three species of Turtle. Dolphins are often seen and the odd whale, if you are lucky.

This uninhabited island rests 340 miles off Costa Rica and the only way to visit Cocos Island for diving is by liveaboards, which operate year round. 

Three New Cocos Island Liveaboards 

Regaldive has recently added three Cocos Island Liveaboards to its programme:

  • Sea Hunter: 115  ft. liveaboard offering comfort and convenience. Sea Hunter has 10 guest cabins with private bathrooms, providing live-aboard comfort for up to 20 passengers. The Sea Hunter is considered by many as the paramount, purpose-built liveaboard vessel operating in the area. Specialties are excellence in service, food and non-stop underwater excitement. 
  • Okeanos Aggressor I: 110  ft. liveaboard providing comfortable accommodation for 22 guests in 9 Deluxe Staterooms and 1 Quad Cabin.
  • Okeanos Aggressor II: (formerly Wind Dancer) 120 ft. liveaboard accommodating 22 guests in 8 double/twin stateroom cabins, 2 luxurious suites and 1 Master Stateroom.

Call us today on 01353 659999 or send us an email to receive a holiday quote for your Cocos liveaboard adventure

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