MV Okeanos Aggressor II Liveaboard Review

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MV Okeanos Aggressor II dive boat review

MV Okeanos Aggressor II is one of the vessels of the world famous Aggressor Fleet. A USA based company with extensive international experience in almost every enviable diving location on the planet, the MV Okeanos Aggressor II (aka Wind Dancer) is their offering which tours the best diving sites of Cocos and Canos Islands.


If you’re a diver who enjoys larger pelagic life, the Cocos Islands are a must-see destination. Flying into Costa Rica and then sailing approximately 340 miles offshore to the Cocos Islands, these huge volcanic uprising are a sanctuary for some of the most sought after and beautiful animals on the planet. If you’ve always dreamed of diving with hammerhead and reef sharks, manta rays or even a whale shark – the Cocos Island are the spot for you!



Alternatively, this vessel also visits El Caño Island. This marine reserve is located in front of the Osa Peninsula and is one of the most beautiful places in the Costa Rican National Park. Again, all manner of aquatic life both large and small are here to be enjoyed.


The Okeanos Aggressor II is a peer of Sea Hunter. At 120ft long and 27ft in beam she is marginally larger and is therefore able to accommodate a further 2 passengers, bringing her total maximum number of guests to 22.


As you would expect from the Aggressor Fleet, she has a full compliment of safety equipment onboard from Radar and GPS to First Aid Kits. Every Aggressor Fleet vessel is built to Lloyd’s Registry and American Bureau of Shipping Standards.

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Cabins and Boat Layout


The 22 guests have a choice of 3 separate cabin options depending on budget and personal circumstances.


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  • Deluxe Stateroom – approximately 18.8ft x 7.7ft in size, these cabins offer either twin or double occupancy with a double bed and single bunk option above. The deluxe stateroom also features a wardrobe, mirror, toiletries and private bathroom.
  • Master Stateroom – slightly larger at approximately 10ft x 12ft in size, the master stateroom has a queen-sized bed and all the features associated with the deluxe stateroom.
  • Owner’s Stateroom – for the ultimate luxury experience the owner’s stateroom is approximately 19.6ft x 12.6ft in size. In addition to the features of the deluxe and master staterooms, the owner’s cabin has the option of a king-sized bed, 42 inch flat-screen monitor with media facilities, private mini-bar/fridge, a table for private dining and more salubrious bathroom facilities.

As you would anticipate at this level of diving vessel, all cabins have air-conditioning.


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Deluxe Stateroom

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Owner’s Stateroom

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Master Stateroom


The Okeanos Aggressor has ample amenities outside the cabins too. The main deck has an air-conditioned salon area. In the salon you can relax and watch TV or make use of the entertainment system.


The dining room is spacious and here you’ll enjoy a buffet-style selection of local and western cuisine throughout your voyage.


There’s a sun deck on the top of the vessel where you can soak up the sunshine on a lounger or watch the sun set with a cold drink.


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Dining Room


Photographers will be pleased to learn there are plenty of charging points and a camera facility with charging points and a table.



Diving onboard Okeanos Aggressor II


The Okeanos Aggressor has a spacious dive deck with plenty of space for setting up your equipment. The crew, who speak both English and Spanish, are there to assist with any logistical requirements you may have.


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Rinse tanks for camera equipment and delicate gadgets are available. DIN adaptors are available for those bringing their own regulators. And, importantly with repetitive diving, EANX Nitrox is available for those qualified or wishing to train.


Up to 4 dives are available each day – usually from one of the dinghy tenders – and the professional divemasters and crew are always on hand to assist you in and out of the water.





The voyages to the Cocos Islands are typically 11 days/10 nights offering copious time to enjoy the underwater world.


Expect to pay around EUR4,494 for a 11 day trip. This equates to EUR316/day. Please note that this does not include some extras such as port/marine park fees, nitrox and equipment rental. Please contact us for further details.

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