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Sea Hunter description
Sea Hunter basic informations
Our goal is to introduce you to varied and exciting dives. Generally, we have two dives scheduled for the morning, 8 AM and 11 AM and another dive after lunch, around 2.30 PM. During the trip it will also be possible to do at least three night dives.
This schedule can vary depending on events, circumstances and opportunities that may present themselves. Our motto is never turn your back on a magnificent bait-ball, which can appear at almost anytime.
Once a thorough briefing from our dive-masters has been given onboard the mothership, our guests jump onto their respective skiffs and zip out to the chosen sites. Each support boat accommodates up to nine divers plus driver and dive-master, who always dives with the group.
After a short ride, each of the skiffs will reach a different dive site that is alternated on the following dive, allowing the two groups to dive the same areas but at different times of the day.
On the way to or from the planned dive sites it is very common for our skiff drivers to seek out the best spots for memorable surface experiences. To watch dolphins, mantas, whales, a promising bait-ball or just cruse up to some of the islands most beautiful attractions, which are only reachable by small skiff.
Between dives or when time permits, guests are welcome use the sea kayaks, go for a swim, snorkel around the boat, or just chill-out and watch movies.
For over two decades our commitment has been to make your dive expedition or underwater project one of the most successful, unique and rewarding experiences of your life.
This is our special projects vessel. With her 90-foot length she is the smallest of our fleet. But don’t be fooled by her size: Undersea Hunter is a classic boat, offering intimacy and charm. She is particularly well-suited for your film or research project and ideal for hosting individual or small group charters. She actually boasts a larger working deck than her bigger sisters Sea Hunter and Argo, due to smaller interior common areas. But she is by no means lacking in comfort, as her seven guest cabins offer equal or even superior space to those of our larger vessel, the Sea Hunter.
Originally built in Florida in 1968 for Perry Oceanographic, she was employed for 20 years as a r
Languages spoken: English and Turkish
Facilities and services: Rebreather support, Rental equipment and Tech diving facility
Free cancellation if cancellation is made 180 days before depart date, prepayment if any will be returned.
Sea Hunter description
Sea Hunter basic informations
Many have crowned our sea hunter as the paramount, purpose-built live aboard vessel, the gold standard for all other dive boats. she is a superbly stable and robust craft, formerly a commercial dive-support vessel, built to serve the oil industry in the gulf of mexico.
Now redesigned and configured as a consummate hybrid, sea hunter combines the large platform, functionality and powerful machinery of a workboat with the comfortable and relaxed interior of a modern yacht. she is 115 feet of flexible capacity and convenience, a dedicated dive cruiser with a global reach, specifically designed and built for long-range expeditions to destinations like cocos and malpalo islands.
we purchased the sea hunter in 1994 and through eight months of extensive redesign and renovation, turned the boat into the striking vessel she is today. sea hunter has 10 guest cabins with private baths, furnishing live-aboard comfort for up to 20 passengers.
this spacious boat is everything that a serious diver or photographer could wish for - individual gear storage, private camera/strobe storage shelves with 110 & 220-volt ac power, zero-speed stabilizers and even a private washer & dryer for client’s towels and bathing suits. her roominess and user-friendliness has introduced adventure divers, as well as professional photographers and cinematographers, to an entirely new level of live-aboard facility.
boat technical data
Boat features and services
Food & Drinks
Boat navigation and safety
You can stay in cabin by yourself (surcharge 65%)
Cabin facilities/amenties: Non-smoking cabin, Hair dryer and Sea view.
You can share cabin with another diver, or stay by yourself (surcharge 65%)
Cabin facilities/amenties: Non-smoking cabin, Hair dryer, Wardrobe/closet, Flat-screen TV and Sea view.
15 Liter Steel Tanks
Wetsuit 7 mm scubapro
Nitrox dive computer
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
Images from dive sites:
- Photo Gallery
Bajo Alcyone dive site
Manuelita Coral Garden dive site
DeepSee Submersible - Everest dive site
Manuelita Outside dive site
Dirty Rock dive site
Dirty Rock marine lifeFish: Great hammerhead, Big-eye trevally, Silky shark, Oceanic white-tip shark, Spotted eagle ray, White-tip reef shark, Bonnet-head, Yellow-edged moray, Tiger shark, Giant manta, Pacific crevalle jack, Silver-tip shark, Panamic green moray eelMamals: Green sea turtle, Short-beaked common dolphin
Submerged Rock dive site
Punta Maria dive site
Punta Maria marine lifeFish: Great hammerhead, Blue-and-gold snapper, Spotted eagle ray, Big-eye trevally, Giant manta, Silky shark, Common thresher, Galapagos shark, Oceanic white-tip shark, Pelagic stingray, Panamic green moray eel, Spinetail mobula, Tiger shark, Pacific crevalle jack, King angelfish, Diamond stingray, White-tip reef sharkMamals: Green sea turtle
Bajo Dos Amigos dive site
Viking Rock dive site
DeepSee Submersible - The Wall dive site
The Freezer dive site
Lobster Rock dive site
Virginia´s Altar dive site
Castaway Coast dive site
Monster Face dive site
The Fridge dive site
Bait Ball dive site
The Twins dive site
The Cathedral dive site
Big Dos Amigos dive site
Shark Fin Rock dive site
Silverado dive site
La Gringa dive site
Sea Hunter recommend:
133 - 150 USD/night
Distance to port: 3.6kmBooking.com
Important: It is not safe to take flight back home within first 18-24 hours after diving! We also suggest to arrive one day earlier (in case of connected flight delays or baggage lost).