COCOS ISLAND
CAPTAIN'S LOG

29 September – 9 October Captains Log

Average Water Temperature 81 F (26 Celsius) Average Air temperature 82 F (26 Celsius) Average Visibility 50 ft-15 mts Wetsuits: 3mil, maybe more if you get cold easily. Crew this week:Capt. Mauricio, Chefs Douglas and Eduardo, Engineer Fabio, Steward Harold, Boat drivers and Divemasters : Warren, Luis and Xavier. Saturday morning the staff of Okeanos […]


CAPTAIN'S LOG

COCOS ISLAND
CAPTAIN'S LOG

Captains Log 22 September – 2 October

  This week we had a group of 12 guests from Israel: Ilanit, Shani, Eran, Nofar, Zohar, Gili David, Avraham, Ofer, Yaakov, and Sari led by group leader Boaz Samorai from Wild Dive Company. We asked Boaz to write for us this week’s dive report of what he thought of the trip. As we bordered […]


CAPTAIN'S LOG

COCOS ISLAND
CAPTAIN'S LOG

15 – 25 September Captains Log

  Average Water Temperature 81 F (26 Celsius)   Average Air temperature 82 F (26 Celsius) Average Visibility 70 ft-24 mts Wetsuits: 3mil, maybe more if you get cold easily. Crew this week:Capt. Mauricio, Chefs Douglas and Gerardo, Engineer Fabio, Steward Harold, Boat drivers and Divemasters Warren,Ivan,Luis and Xavier.   One more trip is about […]


CAPTAIN'S LOG

COCOS ISLAND
CAPTAIN'S LOG

3-13 September Captains Log

  Average water temperature:     78 F (27 Celsius) /Average air temperature:             75 F (24 Celsius)/Average visibility:60 ft. (20 m) /Wetsuit:  3 mm, maybe 5 mm if you get easily cold Crew Captain:Carlos Sánchez Dive masters:Carlos Sánchez / Anibal Morales Chef: Esteban Bartender: Eduardo Engineer:  Miguel Panga Driver: Jehyler Panga Driver:  Jorge Asst. Chef:    Jairol Guests […]


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COCOS ISLAND
CAPTAIN'S LOG

Captains Log 24 August – 3 September

(Photos by Mauricio Marin) Average Water Temperature 81 F (26 Celsius) Average Air temperature 82 F (26 Celsius)
Average Visibility 50 ft-15 mts 
Wetsuits: 3mil, maybe more if you get cold easily. 
Crew this week: Capt. Mauricio, Chefs Douglas and Gerardo, Engineer Fabio, Steward Harold, Zodiac drivers and divemasters Warren, Luis and Xavier. One more trip […]


CAPTAIN'S LOG

COCOS ISLAND
CAPTAIN'S LOG

3- 13 August Captains Log

(Photos by Mauricio Marin) Average Water Temperature 81 F (26 Celsius) Average Air temperature 82 F (26 Celsius) Average Visibility 50 ft-15 mts Wetsuits: 3mil, maybe more if you get cold easily. Crew this week:Capt. Mauricio, Chefs Douglas and Gerardo, Engineer Fabio, Steward Harold, Boat drivers and Divemasters Warren, Luis,Victor and Xavier.   Today we […]


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COCOS ISLAND
CAPTAIN'S LOG

Captains Log 23 July – 2 August

Okeanos II Water temperature: 23-28°C This week we had a marine biologist with us and she was so kind to write this report together with Carlos , our captain. We have had a beautiful week of diving with both groups experiencing some great sightings on their dives. We encountered Galapagos sharks at Roca Sucia on […]


CAPTAIN'S LOG

COCOS ISLAND
CAPTAIN'S LOG

Captain Log 1-11 June

Water Temperature: 84 F Visibility: 65-85 Feet This week we had a half charter from Brazil and other guests came from U.K, United States, Russia, Costa Rica, China and France. Our diving started with our usual check out dive at the reef of Chatham Bay, a very relaxing dive to get everybody back into the […]


CAPTAIN'S LOG

COCOS ISLAND
CAPTAIN'S LOG

1 – 11 June Captains Log

  Average Water Temperature 78 F (26 Celsius) Average Air temperature 82 F (28 Celsius) Average Visibility 80 ft-25 mts Wetsuits: 3mil, maybe more if you get cold easily. Crew this week: Capt. Mauricio, Chefs Douglas and Gerardo, Engineer Fabio, Steward Harol, Boat drivers and Divemaster Warren, Luis and Xavier This week our guests came […]


CAPTAIN'S LOG

COCOS ISLAND
CAPTAIN'S LOG

11-21 May Captains Log

Okeanos Aggressor I Captain Mauricio´s Log-  Trip: 11-21 May 2018 Water temp: 26|°C Friday May 11 around 12pm we were receiving our guest at Puntarenas dock  just to start one more trip to Coco’s island. Five minutes later they got onboard they started to set the gear out with happiness  because in few hours we […]


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