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Po box 025331, Miami, Costa Rica

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Live-aboard Highlights

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  • The Sea Hunter is a former commercial diving support boat, making it superbly-equipped to satisfy even the most demanding divers heading to the Cocos Islands
  • Twenty dive sites offer everything: vertical walls, drifts, pinnacles, blue water divers, plus the chance to see marbled rays, giant moray eels, schooling hammerheads, sailfish, whale sharks and more
  • Explore the deep with a unique 'DeepSee' submarine trips on certain trips, giving you access to a rarely-explored underworld ecosystem
  • Variety of shore excursions provide plenty of options for post-dive exploration, including to steamy jungles and to swim in natural rivers
  • Zero-speed stabilisers provide smooth sailing throughout, with two heavy-duty fiberglass tenders and a rigid bottom inflatable providing easy access to all the best dive spots


Live-aboard Description

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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.

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.

Languages spoken: English


Live-aboard description in German language

Live-aboard Highlights

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  • Die Sea Hunter ist ein ehemaliges kommerzielles Tauchboot, mit dem auch die anspruchsvollsten Taucher auf dem Weg zu den Kokosinseln bestens ausgerüstet sind
  • Zwanzig Tauchplätze bieten alles: Steilwände, Strömungen, Felsnadeln, Blue-Water-Diving sowie die Chance, Marmor-Zitterrochen, Riesenmuränen, Hammerhaie, Segelfische, Walhaie und vieles mehr zu beobachten
  • Auf einigen Trips besteht die Möglichkeit, die Tiefe mit einem einzigartigen 'DeepSee'-U-Boot zu erkunden und damit Zugang zu einem wenig erforschten Ökosystem zu erhalten
  • Eine Vielzahl von Landausflügen lädt nach dem Tauchen zum Erkunden der Umgebung ein, darunter Touren in den Dschungel und Schwimmen im Fluss
  • Stabilisatoren sorgen für ruhiges Segeln und zwei strapazierfähige Tender aus Glasfaser sowie ein Festrumpfschlauchboot erlauben einfachen Zugang zu den besten Tauchplätzen


Live-aboard Description

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Das 36 Meter lange Liveaboard Sea Hunter ist ein ehemaliges, kommerzielles Tauchboot, das hervorragend ausgestattet ist, um Dive Safari Adventurers sicher und stabil zu spektakulären Tauchplätzen zu bringen (dank Null-Geschwindigkeits-Stabilisatoren). Der Sea Hunter wurde 1994 komplett für das Sporttauchen umgebaut und ist der perfekte Zugang zu den besten Tauchplätzen der Cocos.

Die 14 erfahrenen Crewmitglieder sprechen Englisch und Spanisch. Die klassischen und komfortablen Zimmer bieten Platz für 20 Gäste. Die 10 Zimmer sind in den folgenden Optionen verfügbar: 5 Kabinen auf dem Unterdeck sind Twin-Kabinen mit zwei Einzelbetten, 3 Kabinen auf diesem Deck sind Doppel-Kabinen mit einem Queensize-Bett und einem oberen Twin-Etagenbett.

Auf dem Oberdeck befindet sich Suite 9, die über ein Queen-Size-Bett, einen Schreibtisch, einen Internetzugang über Satellit, große Fenster mit Meerblick und Teppichboden verfügt. Die Hütte hat auch ein luxuriöses Badezimmer aus Granit. Schließlich verfügt die Eignerkabine über ein Queensize-Bett, einen geräumigen Grundriss, große Fenster für den schönen Meerblick, Flachbildfernseher und DVD-Player, ein Satellitentelefon und eine 110-V-Steckdose für Ladegeräte. Alle Kabinen sind mit Klimaanlage, hängenden Schließfächern, Teppichböden, entweder einem Bullauge oder einem Panoramafenster, und einem eigenen Bad mit Warmwasserdusche ausgestattet.

Die geräumige, klimatisierte Lounge verfügt über bequeme Sitzgelegenheiten und eine Reihe von Aktivitäten, darunter eine Bibliothek, Fisch-ID-Bücher, Computer zum Herunterladen der neuesten Unterwasserfotos, ein TV / DVD-Unterhaltungssystem, um Ihre Lieblingsmusik zu hören oder Filme anzusehen und abendliche Unterhaltung zu genießen.

Entspannen Sie sich auf der Sonnenterrasse und genießen Sie die Sonnenstrahlen oder beobachten Sie wunderschöne Sonnenuntergänge. Dieser 1000 Quadratmeter große Bereich ist wirklich vielseitig. Die Köche nutzen diesen Bereich für prächtige Grillabende mit Tanz unter den Sternen. Seine große offene Fläche wurde speziell für die Landung eines Hubschraubers während spezieller Expeditionen konzipiert.


Live-aboard description in Italian language

Live-aboard Highlights

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  • La Sea Hunter è un ex barca commerciale di supporto alle immersioni, attrezzata in modo superbo per soddisfare anche i subacquei più esigenti, diretti all'Isola del Cocco
  • I venti siti d'immersione offrono di tutto: pareti verticali, correnti, pinnacoli, acque blu, oltre alla possibilità di vedere torpedini marezzate, murene giganti, squali martello, pesci vela, squali balena e altro ancora
  • Esplora le profondità grazie a dei viaggi in sottomarino unici, offerti durante alcuni viaggi, scoprendo così un ecosistema sotterraneo raramente esplorato
  • I vari tipi di escursioni a terra ti offrono molte opzioni per l'esplorazione post-immersione, tra cui l'esperienza in giungle umide e il nuotare in fiumi naturali.
  • Gli stabilizzatori a Zero Speed garantiscono una navigazione uniforme, con due tender in fibra di vetro molto resistenti e un gonfiabile con fondo rigido per un facile accesso a tutti i migliori punti d'immersione


Live-aboard Description

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Ex imbarcazione di supporto all'immersione commerciale, la liveaboard da 119 piedi (36 metri) Sea Hunter è equipaggiata in modo superbo per trasportare i Dive Safari Adventurer in modo sicuro e stabile verso siti di immersione spettacolari (grazie agli stabilizzatori a velocità zero). Completamente rinnovato nel 1994 per le immersioni ricreative, il Sea Hunter è il modo perfetto per accedere alle migliori immersioni nei Cocos.

I 14 membri dell'equipaggio esperti parlano inglese e spagnolo. Le camere classiche e confortevoli ospitano 20 ospiti. Le 10 camere sono disponibili nelle seguenti opzioni: 5 cabine sul ponte inferiore sono Staterooms gemelli con letti gemelli, 3 Staterooms su questo ponte sono cabine matrimoniali con un letto matrimoniale e letto a castello superiore.

Sul ponte superiore, è Suite 9, che dispone di un letto queen-size, scrivania, connessione internet satellitare, ha grandi finestre con vista sull'oceano ed è completamente coperta. La cabina ha anche un lussuoso bagno in granito. Infine, la cabina del proprietario ha un letto queen-size, una pianta spaziosa, grandi finestre per la splendida vista sull'oceano, TV a schermo piatto e lettore DVD, un telefono satellitare e prese di corrente a 110V per l'attrezzatura di ricarica. Tutte le cabine sono dotate di aria condizionata, armadietti pensili, moquette, oblò o finestra panoramica e bagno privato con doccia con acqua calda.

La spaziosa sala con aria condizionata ha comodi posti a sedere e una vasta gamma di attività tra cui una biblioteca, libri di identificazione dei pesci, computer per scaricare le ultime foto subacquee, sistema di intrattenimento TV / DVD per ascoltare la tua musica preferita o guardare film e intrattenimento serale.

Appendi fuori sulla terrazza solarium e goditi i raggi o guarda splendidi tramonti, questa area di 1000 piedi quadrati è veramente multiuso. Gli chef usano quest'area per sontuosi barbecue con balli sotto le stelle. La sua ampia area aperta è stata progettata appositamente per l'atterraggio di un elicottero durante le spedizioni speciali.


Live-aboard description in Spanish language

Live-aboard Highlights

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  • El Sea Hunter es un antiguo barco de soporte de buceo recreativo, lo que la convierte en una embarcación muy bien equipada para satisfacer a los buceadores más exigentes que desean visitar las Islas Cocos.
  • Veinte sitios de buceo que ofrecen de todo: paredes verticales, corrientes, pináculos, inmersiones en aguas azules, además de la oportunidad de ver tembladeras, morenas, bancos de tiburones martillo, peces vela, tiburones ballena y muchos más.
  • Explora las profundidades viajando en el incomparable 'DeepSee', un dispositivo submarino que te permite acceder a un ecosistema casi inexplorado.
  • Las diferentes excursiones por la costa te ofrecen muchas opciones para explorar después de las inmersiones, mientras recorres las húmedas junglas y nadas en ríos naturales.
  • Estabilizadores a velocidad cero que garantizan una navegación fluida, con dos lanchas de fibra de vidrio y una lancha neumática para que accedas a los mejores sitios de buceo.


Live-aboard Description

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Sea Hunter, un ex barco de apoyo de buceo comercial, el liveaboard de 119 pies (36 m) está magníficamente equipado para llevar a los Dive Safari Adventurers de forma segura y estable a sitios de buceo espectaculares (gracias a los estabilizadores de velocidad cero). Completamente remodelado en 1994 para el buceo recreativo, el Sea Hunter es la manera perfecta de acceder al mejor buceo en los Cocos.

Los 14 tripulantes experimentados hablan inglés y español. Las clásicas y confortables habitaciones tienen capacidad para 20 personas. Las 10 habitaciones están disponibles en las siguientes opciones: 5 cabinas en la cubierta inferior son camarotes dobles con camas gemelas, 3 camarotes en esta cubierta son camarotes dobles con una cama doble y litera superior doble.

En la cubierta superior, se encuentra la Suite 9, que cuenta con una cama doble, escritorio, conexión a internet vía satélite, ventanas grandes con vista al mar y está alfombrada. La Cabaña también cuenta con un lujoso baño de granito. Finalmente, la Cabina del propietario tiene una cama tamaño queen, un plano amplio, grandes ventanales para la hermosa vista al mar, TV de pantalla plana y reproductor de DVD, teléfono satelital y tomas de corriente de 110 voltios para cargar el equipo. Todos los camarotes están equipados con aire acondicionado, armarios colgantes, pisos alfombrados, un ojo de buey o un ventanal y baños privados con duchas de agua caliente.

El espacioso salón con aire acondicionado cuenta con cómodos asientos y una amplia gama de actividades que incluyen biblioteca, libros de identificación de peces, computadora para descargar las últimas fotos subacuáticas, sistema de entretenimiento con TV / DVD para escuchar su música favorita o ver películas y entretenimiento nocturno.

Pasa por el Sundeck y disfruta de los rayos de sol o mira hermosas puestas de sol, esta área de 1000 pies cuadrados es verdaderamente multi-uso. Los chefs utilizan esta área para suntuosas barbacoas con baile bajo las estrellas. Su gran área abierta ha sido diseñada específicamente para el aterrizaje de un helicóptero durante expediciones especiales.


Live-aboard description in French language

Live-aboard Highlights

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  • Le Sea Hunter est un ancien bateau de soutien à la plongée commerciale, ce qui en fait un bateau superbement équipé pour satisfaire les plongeurs les plus exigeants qui se dirigent vers les îles Cocos
  • Vingt sites de plongée offrant : tombants verticaux, galeries, pinacles, plongées dans les eaux bleues, plus la chance de voir les raies marbrés, des murènes géantes, dans bancs de requins-marteaux, pèlerins, requins baleines et plus
  • Explorez les profondeurs avec des voyages en sous-marin uniques lors de certains voyages, vous donnant accès à un écosystème du monde sous-marin rarement exploré
  • Différentes excursions à terre offrent de nombreuses possibilités d’exploration après la plongée, y compris dans la jungle humide et la nage dans des rivières naturelles.
  • Des stabilisateurs à vitesse nulle permettent une navigation en douceur tout au long de la route, avec deux annexes en fibre de verre pour usage intensif et une annexe gonflable rigide offrant accès facile à tous les meilleurs sites de plongée


Live-aboard Description

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Ancien bateau d'assistance à la plongée, le bateau de croisière Sea Hunter, d'une longueur de 36 m, est superbement équipé pour permettre aux aventuriers de la plongée, de naviguer de manière stable et stable sur des sites de plongée spectaculaires (grâce aux stabilisateurs à vitesse nulle). Entièrement réaménagé en 1994 pour la plongée de loisir, le Sea Hunter est le moyen idéal d'accéder aux meilleures plongées des Cocos.

Les 14 membres d'équipage expérimentés parlent anglais et espagnol. Les chambres classiques et confortables peuvent accueillir 20 personnes. Les 10 chambres sont disponibles dans les options suivantes: 5 cabines sur le pont inférieur sont des cabines doubles avec lits jumeaux, 3 cabines sur ce pont sont des cabines doubles avec un lit Queen et une couchette supérieure à lits jumeaux.

Sur le pont supérieur, la Suite 9 comprend un lit queen-size, un bureau, une connexion Internet par satellite, de grandes fenêtres avec vue sur l'océan et de la moquette dans l'ensemble. La cabine dispose également d'une luxueuse salle de bains en granit. Enfin, la cabine propriétaire possède un lit queen-size, un plan d'étage spacieux, de grandes fenêtres pour une vue magnifique sur l'océan, une télévision à écran plat avec lecteur DVD, un téléphone satellite et des prises de courant de 110v pour le chargement des équipements. Toutes les cabines sont équipées de la climatisation, de casiers suspendus, de moquette au sol, d’un hublot ou d’une baie vitrée ainsi que d’une salle de bains privative avec douche à eau chaude.

Le spacieux salon climatisé dispose de sièges confortables et de nombreuses activités, dont une bibliothèque, des livres d'identification de poissons, un ordinateur pour télécharger les dernières photos sous-marines, un système de divertissement TV / DVD permettant d'écouter votre musique préférée ou de regarder des films ou des divertissements en soirée.

Détendez-vous sur le Sundeck et profitez des rayons du soleil ou admirez les magnifiques couchers de soleil. Cet espace de 1 000 pieds carrés est vraiment polyvalent. Les Chefs utilisent cette zone pour des barbecues somptueux avec des soirées dansantes à la belle étoile. Sa grande surface dégagée a été conçue spécifiquement pour l’atterrissage d’un hélicoptère lors d’expériences spéciales.


Free cancellation if cancellation is made 180 days before depart date, prepayment if any will be returned.

Group discounts: 
5% for 4 or more guests
10% for 6 or more guests
15% for 8 or more guests
20% for 10 or more guests
25% for 15 or more guests
30% for 20 or more guests



Boat


boat technical data
Material: Steal
Build: 1994
Lenght: 35 m
Displacement: 9 tonnes
Range: 1200 km
Cabins: 11
Gusest: 22

Boat features and services

  • Audio & video entertainment
  • Camera storage
  • Custom built for diving
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Indoor saloon
  • Non-diver (snorkeler) friendly
  • Outdoor dining
  • 240V/110V recharge facilities
  • Sun deck
  • Wi-Fi (free)
  • Food & Drinks

  • Buffet style
  • Beer
  • Local food
  • Snacks all day
  • Vegetarian options
  • Western food
  • Boat navigation and safety

  • Depth sounder
  • E.P.I.R.B. distress system
  • Emergency rafts
  • Fire alarm
  • Fire extinguishers
  • First aid kit
  • Crew trained in first aid
  • Life vests
  • Radar
  • Radio VHF/DSC/SSB
  • Search light

  • Cabins

    Select dive cruise and dive cruise depart date, to get listing of available cabins!

    Double Cabin

    Double Cabin

    Double Cabin

    Air conditioning with control in cabin
    Ensuite bathroom
    FREE WiFi

    You can stay in cabin by yourself (surcharge 65%)

    Cabin facilities/amenties: Non-smoking cabin, Hair dryer and Sea view.

    Twin Cabin

    Twin Cabin

    Twin Cabin

    Air conditioning with control in cabin
    Ensuite bathroom
    Flat-screen TV
    FREE WiFi

    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.



    Equipment rental

    ItemDayWeek

    BCD

    10USD

    56USD

    Regulator

    10USD

    56USD

    15 Liter Steel Tanks

    95USD

    Dive light

    7USD

    40USD

    Wetsuit 7 mm scubapro

    10USD

    56USD

    Nitrox dive computer

    17USD

    95USD


    Images from featured dive sites:

    - Photo Gallery

    • Dive depth: 300 - 450m  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃


    • Dive depth: 6 - 39m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Great hammerhead

      Occurrence:

      41-80%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Length: 3.3 - 3.5m, max. reported length: 6.1mWeight: 230kg, max. reported weight: 580kgFound at depth: 0 - 300m, usually 1 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 13 - 33m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Great hammerhead

      Occurrence:

      41-80%

      Number:

      Medium groups

      Length: 3.3 - 3.5m, max. reported length: 6.1mWeight: 230kg, max. reported weight: 580kgFound at depth: 0 - 300m, usually 1 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 27 - 36m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Great hammerhead

      Occurrence:

      41-80%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Length: 3.3 - 3.5m, max. reported length: 6.1mWeight: 230kg, max. reported weight: 580kgFound at depth: 0 - 300m, usually 1 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 27 - 36m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Great hammerhead

      Occurrence:

      41-80%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Length: 3.3 - 3.5m, max. reported length: 6.1mWeight: 230kg, max. reported weight: 580kgFound at depth: 0 - 300m, usually 1 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 27 - 36m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Great hammerhead

      Occurrence:

      41-80%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Length: 3.3 - 3.5m, max. reported length: 6.1mWeight: 230kg, max. reported weight: 580kgFound at depth: 0 - 300m, usually 1 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 27 - 36m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Great hammerhead

      Occurrence:

      41-80%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Length: 3.3 - 3.5m, max. reported length: 6.1mWeight: 230kg, max. reported weight: 580kgFound at depth: 0 - 300m, usually 1 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 27 - 36m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Great hammerhead

      Occurrence:

      41-80%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Length: 3.3 - 3.5m, max. reported length: 6.1mWeight: 230kg, max. reported weight: 580kgFound at depth: 0 - 300m, usually 1 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 27 - 36m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Great hammerhead

      Occurrence:

      41-80%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Length: 3.3 - 3.5m, max. reported length: 6.1mWeight: 230kg, max. reported weight: 580kgFound at depth: 0 - 300m, usually 1 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 27 - 36m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Great hammerhead

      Occurrence:

      41-80%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Length: 3.3 - 3.5m, max. reported length: 6.1mWeight: 230kg, max. reported weight: 580kgFound at depth: 0 - 300m, usually 1 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 27 - 36m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Great hammerhead

      Occurrence:

      41-80%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Length: 3.3 - 3.5m, max. reported length: 6.1mWeight: 230kg, max. reported weight: 580kgFound at depth: 0 - 300m, usually 1 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 300 - 450m  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃


      Great hammerhead

      Occurrence:

      41-80%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Length: 3.3 - 3.5m, max. reported length: 6.1mWeight: 230kg, max. reported weight: 580kgFound at depth: 0 - 300m, usually 1 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 300 - 450m  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃


      Great hammerhead

      Occurrence:

      41-80%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Length: 3.3 - 3.5m, max. reported length: 6.1mWeight: 230kg, max. reported weight: 580kgFound at depth: 0 - 300m, usually 1 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 6 - 39m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Great hammerhead

      Occurrence:

      41-80%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Length: 3.3 - 3.5m, max. reported length: 6.1mWeight: 230kg, max. reported weight: 580kgFound at depth: 0 - 300m, usually 1 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 27 - 39m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: none - moderateKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Great hammerhead

      Occurrence:

      41-80%

      Number:

      10+

      Length: 3.3 - 3.5m, max. reported length: 6.1mWeight: 230kg, max. reported weight: 580kgFound at depth: 0 - 300m, usually 1 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 27 - 39m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: none - moderateKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Great hammerhead

      Occurrence:

      41-80%

      Number:

      10+

      Length: 3.3 - 3.5m, max. reported length: 6.1mWeight: 230kg, max. reported weight: 580kgFound at depth: 0 - 300m, usually 1 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 27 - 39m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: none - moderateKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Great hammerhead

      Occurrence:

      41-80%

      Number:

      10+

      Length: 3.3 - 3.5m, max. reported length: 6.1mWeight: 230kg, max. reported weight: 580kgFound at depth: 0 - 300m, usually 1 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 27 - 39m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: none - moderateKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Great hammerhead

      Occurrence:

      41-80%

      Number:

      10+

      Length: 3.3 - 3.5m, max. reported length: 6.1mWeight: 230kg, max. reported weight: 580kgFound at depth: 0 - 300m, usually 1 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 27 - 39m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: none - moderateKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Great hammerhead

      Occurrence:

      41-80%

      Number:

      10+

      Length: 3.3 - 3.5m, max. reported length: 6.1mWeight: 230kg, max. reported weight: 580kgFound at depth: 0 - 300m, usually 1 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 24 - 36m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Great hammerhead

      Occurrence:

      11-40%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Length: 3.3 - 3.5m, max. reported length: 6.1mWeight: 230kg, max. reported weight: 580kgFound at depth: 0 - 300m, usually 1 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 24 - 36m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Blue-and-gold snapper

      Occurrence:

      41-80%

      Number:

      Large groups/schools

      Max. length: 30cmFound at depth: 3 - 30m, usually 9 - 15m

    • Dive depth: 300 - 450m  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃


      Prickly shark

      Occurrence:

      81-100%

      Number:

      10+

      Length: 2.5 - 3m, max. reported length: 4mFound at depth: 11 - 1100m, usually 100 - 650m

    • Dive depth: 300 - 450m  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃


      Prickly shark

      Occurrence:

      81-100%

      Number:

      10+

      Length: 2.5 - 3m, max. reported length: 4mFound at depth: 11 - 1100m, usually 100 - 650m

    • Dive depth: 15 - 24m  Visibility: 15 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Dive type: Ambience, Big fish and Wall


      Great hammerhead

      Occurrence:

      11-40%

      Number:

      Medium groups

      Length: 3.3 - 3.5m, max. reported length: 6.1mWeight: 230kg, max. reported weight: 580kgFound at depth: 0 - 300m, usually 1 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 27 - 36m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Silky shark (Black-spot shark, gray reef-shark, grey whaler shark, olive shark, reef-shark, ridge-back shark, silky whaler)

      Occurrence:

      11-40%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Length: 2 - 2.5m, max. reported length: 3mMax. weight: 346kgFound at depth: 0 - 500m, max. reported depth: 4000m, usually 0 - 200m

    • Dive depth: 27 - 36m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Silky shark (Black-spot shark, gray reef-shark, grey whaler shark, olive shark, reef-shark, ridge-back shark, silky whaler)

      Occurrence:

      11-40%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Length: 2 - 2.5m, max. reported length: 3mMax. weight: 346kgFound at depth: 0 - 500m, max. reported depth: 4000m, usually 0 - 200m

    • Dive depth: 12 - 30m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slight - moderateKnots  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Silky shark (Black-spot shark, gray reef-shark, grey whaler shark, olive shark, reef-shark, ridge-back shark, silky whaler)

      Occurrence:

      11-40%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Length: 2 - 2.5m, max. reported length: 3mMax. weight: 346kgFound at depth: 0 - 500m, max. reported depth: 4000m, usually 0 - 200m

    • Dive depth: 12 - 32m  Visibility: 20 - 30m  Current: slight - moderateKnots  Dive type: Shark


      Silky shark (Black-spot shark, gray reef-shark, grey whaler shark, olive shark, reef-shark, ridge-back shark, silky whaler)

      Occurrence:

      11-40%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Length: 2 - 2.5m, max. reported length: 3mMax. weight: 346kgFound at depth: 0 - 500m, max. reported depth: 4000m, usually 0 - 200m

    • Dive depth: 6 - 39m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Big-eye trevally (Banded cavalla, big-eye kingfish, big-eye trevally, big-eye kingfish, dusk jack, giant trevally, horse mackerel, horse mackerel trevally, horse-eye jack, six-banded trevally, six-band trevally, tille jack, turrum, yellow jack)

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      Large groups/schools

      Length: 60 - 120cmMax. weight: 18kgFound at depth: 1 - 146m

    • Dive depth: 18 - 40m  Water temperature: 27 - 29℃


      Great hammerhead

      Occurrence:

      11-40%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Length: 3.3 - 3.5m, max. reported length: 6.1mWeight: 230kg, max. reported weight: 580kgFound at depth: 0 - 300m, usually 1 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 6 - 33m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Shark


      Great hammerhead

      Occurrence:

      11-40%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Length: 3.3 - 3.5m, max. reported length: 6.1mWeight: 230kg, max. reported weight: 580kgFound at depth: 0 - 300m, usually 1 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 24 - 36m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Great hammerhead

      Occurrence:

      11-40%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Length: 3.3 - 3.5m, max. reported length: 6.1mWeight: 230kg, max. reported weight: 580kgFound at depth: 0 - 300m, usually 1 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 24 - 36m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Spotted eagle ray (Bonnet skate, duckbill ray, leopard ray, mottled eagle ray, spotted bonnetray, spotted duckbill ray, spotted stingray, spotted whipray, white-spotted eagle ray)

      Occurrence:

      11-40%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Length: 110 - 180cm, max. reported length: 330cmMax. weight: 230kgFound at depth: 1 - 80m

    • Dive depth: 24 - 36m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Galapagos shark

      Occurrence:

      41-80%

      Number:

      4-9

      Length: 3 - 3.3m, max. reported length: 3.7mWeight: 85kg, max. reported weight: 195kgFound at depth: 0 - 286m, usually 30 - 180m

    • Dive depth: 6 - 21m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      White-tip reef shark

      Occurrence:

      11-40%

      Number:

      10+

      Length: 110 - 160cm, max. reported length: 213cmFound at depth: 1 - 330m, max. reported depth: 330m, usually 8 - 40m

    • Dive depth: 6 - 39m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Big-eye trevally (Banded cavalla, big-eye kingfish, big-eye trevally, big-eye kingfish, dusk jack, giant trevally, horse mackerel, horse mackerel trevally, horse-eye jack, six-banded trevally, six-band trevally, tille jack, turrum, yellow jack)

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      Large groups/schools

      Length: 60 - 120cmMax. weight: 18kgFound at depth: 1 - 146m

    • Dive depth: 6 - 21m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Great hammerhead

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Length: 3.3 - 3.5m, max. reported length: 6.1mWeight: 230kg, max. reported weight: 580kgFound at depth: 0 - 300m, usually 1 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 6 - 21m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Great hammerhead

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Length: 3.3 - 3.5m, max. reported length: 6.1mWeight: 230kg, max. reported weight: 580kgFound at depth: 0 - 300m, usually 1 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 18 - 40m  Water temperature: 27 - 29℃


      Spotted eagle ray (Bonnet skate, duckbill ray, leopard ray, mottled eagle ray, spotted bonnetray, spotted duckbill ray, spotted stingray, spotted whipray, white-spotted eagle ray)

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Length: 110 - 180cm, max. reported length: 330cmMax. weight: 230kgFound at depth: 1 - 80m

    • Dive depth: 18 - 40m  Water temperature: 27 - 29℃


      Spotted eagle ray (Bonnet skate, duckbill ray, leopard ray, mottled eagle ray, spotted bonnetray, spotted duckbill ray, spotted stingray, spotted whipray, white-spotted eagle ray)

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Length: 110 - 180cm, max. reported length: 330cmMax. weight: 230kgFound at depth: 1 - 80m

    • Dive depth: 6 - 33m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Shark


      Spotted eagle ray (Bonnet skate, duckbill ray, leopard ray, mottled eagle ray, spotted bonnetray, spotted duckbill ray, spotted stingray, spotted whipray, white-spotted eagle ray)

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Length: 110 - 180cm, max. reported length: 330cmMax. weight: 230kgFound at depth: 1 - 80m

    • Dive depth: 12 - 33m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish, Exploratory and Shark


      White-tip reef shark

      Occurrence:

      11-40%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Length: 110 - 160cm, max. reported length: 213cmFound at depth: 1 - 330m, max. reported depth: 330m, usually 8 - 40m

    • Dive depth: 24 - 36m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Galapagos shark

      Occurrence:

      41-80%

      Number:

      4-9

      Length: 3 - 3.3m, max. reported length: 3.7mWeight: 85kg, max. reported weight: 195kgFound at depth: 0 - 286m, usually 30 - 180m

    • Dive depth: 6 - 21m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      White-tip reef shark

      Occurrence:

      11-40%

      Number:

      10+

      Length: 110 - 160cm, max. reported length: 213cmFound at depth: 1 - 330m, max. reported depth: 330m, usually 8 - 40m

    • Dive depth: 6 - 21m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      White-tip reef shark

      Occurrence:

      11-40%

      Number:

      10+

      Length: 110 - 160cm, max. reported length: 213cmFound at depth: 1 - 330m, max. reported depth: 330m, usually 8 - 40m

    • Dive depth: 6 - 21m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      White-tip reef shark

      Occurrence:

      11-40%

      Number:

      10+

      Length: 110 - 160cm, max. reported length: 213cmFound at depth: 1 - 330m, max. reported depth: 330m, usually 8 - 40m

    • Dive depth: 6 - 21m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      White-tip reef shark

      Occurrence:

      11-40%

      Number:

      10+

      Length: 110 - 160cm, max. reported length: 213cmFound at depth: 1 - 330m, max. reported depth: 330m, usually 8 - 40m

    • Dive depth: 6 - 21m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      White-tip reef shark

      Occurrence:

      11-40%

      Number:

      10+

      Length: 110 - 160cm, max. reported length: 213cmFound at depth: 1 - 330m, max. reported depth: 330m, usually 8 - 40m

    • Dive depth: 9 - 27m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slight - moderateKnots  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      White-tip reef shark

      Occurrence:

      11-40%

      Number:

      10+

      Length: 110 - 160cm, max. reported length: 213cmFound at depth: 1 - 330m, max. reported depth: 330m, usually 8 - 40m

    • Dive depth: 27 - 36m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Whale shark

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 9.7 - 12m, max. reported length: 12.65mWeight: 9800kg, max. reported weight: 21000kgFound at depth: 0 - 700m, usually 0 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 6 - 39m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Silky shark (Black-spot shark, gray reef-shark, grey whaler shark, olive shark, reef-shark, ridge-back shark, silky whaler)

      Occurrence:

      11-40%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 2 - 2.5m, max. reported length: 3mMax. weight: 346kgFound at depth: 0 - 500m, max. reported depth: 4000m, usually 0 - 200m

    • Dive depth: 18 - 40m  Water temperature: 27 - 29℃


      Whale shark

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 9.7 - 12m, max. reported length: 12.65mWeight: 9800kg, max. reported weight: 21000kgFound at depth: 0 - 700m, usually 0 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 6 - 33m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Shark


      White-tip reef shark

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      10+

      Length: 110 - 160cm, max. reported length: 213cmFound at depth: 1 - 330m, max. reported depth: 330m, usually 8 - 40m

    • Dive depth: 10 - 12m  Visibility: 15 - 30m  Current: slight - moderateKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Shark


      Silver-tip shark

      Occurrence:

      11-40%

      Number:

      4-9

      Length: 2 - 2.5m, max. reported length: 3mMax. weight: 162kgFound at depth: 1 - 800m, usually 20 - 200m

    • Dive depth: 6 - 21m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Giant manta (Manta ray, Atlantic manta, Australian devil-ray, blanketfish, devil fish, devil ray, giant Atlantic manta, giant devil ray, munguna, Pacific manta, prince Alfreds ray, sea devil)

      Occurrence:

      11-40%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 3.8 - 4.6m, max. reported length: 9.1mMax. weight: 3000kgFound at depth: 0 - 120m

    • Dive depth: 6 - 39m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Green sea turtle (Pacific green turtle, Green turtle, Black-Sea turtle)

      Occurrence:

      11-40%

      Number:

      1-3

      Max. length: 150cmWeight: 68 - 190kg, max. reported weight: 395kg

    • Dive depth: 18 - 40m  Water temperature: 27 - 29℃


      Giant manta (Manta ray, Atlantic manta, Australian devil-ray, blanketfish, devil fish, devil ray, giant Atlantic manta, giant devil ray, munguna, Pacific manta, prince Alfreds ray, sea devil)

      Occurrence:

      11-40%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 3.8 - 4.6m, max. reported length: 9.1mMax. weight: 3000kgFound at depth: 0 - 120m

    • Dive depth: 6 - 39m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      White-tip reef shark

      Occurrence:

      11-40%

      Number:

      4-9

      Length: 110 - 160cm, max. reported length: 213cmFound at depth: 1 - 330m, max. reported depth: 330m, usually 8 - 40m

    • Dive depth: 6 - 39m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      White-tip reef shark

      Occurrence:

      11-40%

      Number:

      4-9

      Length: 110 - 160cm, max. reported length: 213cmFound at depth: 1 - 330m, max. reported depth: 330m, usually 8 - 40m

    • Dive depth: 6 - 21m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Tiger shark (Leopard shark, maneater shark, spotted shark)

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 3.25 - 4.25m, max. reported length: 5.5mWeight: 385 - 635kg, max. reported weight: 1524kgFound at depth: 0 - 800m, usually 0 - 140m

    • Dive depth: 6 - 21m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Tiger shark (Leopard shark, maneater shark, spotted shark)

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 3.25 - 4.25m, max. reported length: 5.5mWeight: 385 - 635kg, max. reported weight: 1524kgFound at depth: 0 - 800m, usually 0 - 140m

    • Dive depth: 6 - 21m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Tiger shark (Leopard shark, maneater shark, spotted shark)

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 3.25 - 4.25m, max. reported length: 5.5mWeight: 385 - 635kg, max. reported weight: 1524kgFound at depth: 0 - 800m, usually 0 - 140m

    • Dive depth: 18 - 40m  Water temperature: 27 - 29℃


      Tiger shark (Leopard shark, maneater shark, spotted shark)

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 3.25 - 4.25m, max. reported length: 5.5mWeight: 385 - 635kg, max. reported weight: 1524kgFound at depth: 0 - 800m, usually 0 - 140m

    • Dive depth: 27 - 39m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: none - moderateKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Giant manta (Manta ray, Atlantic manta, Australian devil-ray, blanketfish, devil fish, devil ray, giant Atlantic manta, giant devil ray, munguna, Pacific manta, prince Alfreds ray, sea devil)

      Length: 3.8 - 4.6m, max. reported length: 9.1mMax. weight: 3000kgFound at depth: 0 - 120m

    • Dive depth: 27 - 36m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Big-eye trevally (Banded cavalla, big-eye kingfish, big-eye trevally, big-eye kingfish, dusk jack, giant trevally, horse mackerel, horse mackerel trevally, horse-eye jack, six-banded trevally, six-band trevally, tille jack, turrum, yellow jack)

      Length: 60 - 120cmMax. weight: 18kgFound at depth: 1 - 146m

    • Dive depth: 27 - 36m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Short-beaked common dolphin

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Common length: 150cm, max. reported length: 250cmWeight: 100 - 136kg

    • Dive depth: 18 - 40m  Water temperature: 27 - 29℃


      Short-beaked common dolphin

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Common length: 150cm, max. reported length: 250cmWeight: 100 - 136kg

    • Dive depth: 27 - 36m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Whale shark

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 9.7 - 12m, max. reported length: 12.65mWeight: 9800kg, max. reported weight: 21000kgFound at depth: 0 - 700m, usually 0 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 27 - 36m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Whale shark

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 9.7 - 12m, max. reported length: 12.65mWeight: 9800kg, max. reported weight: 21000kgFound at depth: 0 - 700m, usually 0 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 27 - 36m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Whale shark

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 9.7 - 12m, max. reported length: 12.65mWeight: 9800kg, max. reported weight: 21000kgFound at depth: 0 - 700m, usually 0 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 12 - 39m  Visibility: 10 - 30m  Current: none - slightKnots  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Big fish and Shark


      Short-beaked common dolphin

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      Small groups

      Common length: 150cm, max. reported length: 250cmWeight: 100 - 136kg

    • Dive depth: 300 - 450m  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃


      Whale shark

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 9.7 - 12m, max. reported length: 12.65mWeight: 9800kg, max. reported weight: 21000kgFound at depth: 0 - 700m, usually 0 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 300 - 450m  Water temperature: 27.3 - 29.4℃


      Whale shark

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 9.7 - 12m, max. reported length: 12.65mWeight: 9800kg, max. reported weight: 21000kgFound at depth: 0 - 700m, usually 0 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 18 - 40m  Water temperature: 27 - 29℃


      Whale shark

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 9.7 - 12m, max. reported length: 12.65mWeight: 9800kg, max. reported weight: 21000kgFound at depth: 0 - 700m, usually 0 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 18 - 40m  Water temperature: 27 - 29℃


      Whale shark

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 9.7 - 12m, max. reported length: 12.65mWeight: 9800kg, max. reported weight: 21000kgFound at depth: 0 - 700m, usually 0 - 100m




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    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).