• Cocos Island 2023

Cocos Island 2023

10-day trips with 7-days of diving at Cocos Island.

On board Okeanos Aggressor II

Joining us is Dr. Mauricio Hoyos (Fins Attached)*

7/5-7/15, 2023, you have to be in San Jose no later that 7/4 and fly home 7/16.

Starting from
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Availability: Contact us for booking information

Included with your donations are:

  • All meals and snacks on board
  • Full high quality food and beverages including snacks, lokal beer and wine. Able to satisfy any special diet or allergies.
  • 7-days of diving (tanks, weights, boat and guide)
  • Full Scuba Diving Services
  • Park fees of $70 per day per person plus 13% tax
  • Return Transfers from San Jose to the departure marina
  • National Park fees $554 per person, Emergency evacuation insurance plan $30 per person
  • Research and education

Donations do not include:

  • Airfare
  • Hotel nights in San Jose (Hotel will be recommended by us)
  • Land Excursions
  • Crew Tips  (Pay in cash onboard) (recommended 10%)

Optional:

  • Full scuba equipment rental $150 per person per trip
  • Nitrox fills $150 per person per trip.

Pricing/donation:

Total: $6500.00

Depositum at sign up: $2000.00

Second payment due 11/15/2022: $2000.00

Final payment due 2/15/2023: $2500.00

Credit card fee: 4% 

Cancellation: No refund after 60 days prior to departure.

Fins Attached | Marine Search & Conservation

Costa Rica Liveaboard Scuba Diving, Cocos Island | Aggressor

*Mauricio Hoyos, Ph.D.: Chief Scientist

Dr. Mauricio Hoyos is the Director and Co-founder of Pelagios Kakunjá and the Chief Scientist from Fins Attached Marine Research and Conservation. Among his main lines of research are nursery areas, reproduction, movement patterns and habitat use, ecology and behavior of sharks. Based in La Paz, he has studied several species of sharks in different parts of the world: Guadalupe Island, the Gulf of California, the Revillagigedo Archipelago, Playa del Carmen, Cancun and Isla Mujeres (Mexico), Clipperton (France), Coco Island (Costa Rica), Malpelo (Colombia), Los Roques (Venezuela) and British Virgin Islands. He has studied sharks since 1998 and is part of the scientific committee of several marine reserves in Mexico. Dr. Hoyos has been active in outreach and education on shark conservation. During his career, he has received several awards (Golden Diver, Shark Researcher of the Year and Sea Hero) for his work in the conservation and protection of sharks. He has also published 48 peer-reviewed articles in international scientific journals, 3 book chapters, and a book on the White Shark. He has been the scientific advisor to several international documentaries for international networks such as National Geographic, Discovery, Japan Underwater Films, IMAX, Natural History New Zealand as well as Televisa and Canal Once TV-Mexico.

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