Argo is the latest offering from the expert Undersea Hunter group and a spectacular addition to the stunning shores of Cocos. Packed with all the latest mod cons the Argo is a one of a kind vessel to explore a completely unique region and lives up to the high ...Read More
The Dancer Fleet are world known for the immaculate service and standards of their liveaboards... and Wind Dancer is certainly no exception. Cruising the scenic waters of Cocos Island, Wind Dancer is an extravagant 36.5m steel mono hull vessel that accommodate ...Read More
Undersea Hunter has a long and illustrious pedigree. Previous incarnations saw her work as a submarine support vessel, research vessel and a support boat for James Bond films! Completely renovated and revamped by the Undersea Hunter fleet to meet the needs of ...Read More
Think of a liveaboard to Cocos and you will probably think of the Undersea Hunter fleet. Sea Hunter is a part of this outstanding fleet and a luxurious a choice as you would expect from this pedigree name. This sturdy steel hulled vessel makes light work of ...Read More
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Save £950 Sail to the remote island wilderness of Cocos to come face to face with hammerheads, sharks and all kind of pelagics with the experienced Wind Dancer team. Your trip of a lifetime starts on arrival in San Jose where you will be met an ...Read More
19 Dec 2015
Cocos can be dived all year with good conditions most of the time. May- October is a popular time of year as it boasts the warmest water but does experience a touch more rain.
Cocos is teeming with pelagic marine life, which is what attracts most divers. There reefs are rocky with some coral growth, but it is the visitors to the deep seamounts that you will most interested in:
- Manta & Mobula
- Marble rays
- Sail fish
- False killer Whales
Top dive sites to visit: Alcyone, Dos Amigos, Dirty Rock, Manuelita, Ubing Rock
Scuba Travel Tips
Take a pair of gloves for holding onto rocks as you can experience some fast currents. A good 5mm wetsuit is also a great idea as you will inevitably encounter a few thermoclines underwater. Please make sure you return your boat waiver forms to us before you travel.
Cocos is a place that many divers aspire to visit... and one look over a typical week's diving soon reveals why this faraway dot on the horizon calls to divers. This is strictly a liveaboard only diving holiday and Scuba Travel work with the most exclusive fle ...Read More
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