Liveaboard Cocos Island

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Type of boat: built in 1980 to serve the oil industry in the Gulf of Mexico, refit 1994 as a diveboat
Length: 115 ft (36 Mts.)
Beam: 26 ft (8.1 Mts.)
Speed: 10 knots
Guests: 20
Crew: 14 crew members - 7 crew cabins and 3 crew heads.
Cabins: 8
Cabin Facilities: 10 double cabins, all with heads and showers.
Amenities: ENTERTAINMENT: Multi-system television and VCR, CD stereo and slide projector - DVD player - Multimedia Sony VAIO Laptop Computer

OTHER AMENITIES: Air conditioning throughout the vessel - Sundeck and lounge chairs - Washing machines and dryers - Two refrigerators and ice makers - 12-ton deck mounted crane - 33 ft by 24 ft (10.3m by 7.4 m) work deck space - Fully equipped workshop with Arc-welding and oxy-acetylene equipment/supplies

DIVING AMENITIES: Two Mako compressors 18.7 cfm electric - 14 air and 22 nitrox aluminum 80 cu/ft tanks - 2,600 cu/ft high-pressure storage bank - Full oxygen, nitrox and rebreather service, passengers must bring their own rebreathers - 20 personal dive gear boxes - 20 personal camera lockers with Stabilized and surge protected 110v outlets
Tenders: Two 24 ft. heavy duty fiberglass dive boats 18 ft. rigid bottom inflatable
Meals & Drinks: MEALS: The menu aboard offers a delicious combination of American and local cuisine. Meals are varied and well balanced, and we also offer delicious snacks between dives. Food is abundant with plenty of fresh tropical fruit and salads and is served buffet style. Please let us know of any special dietary needs or requests, but try to be lenient, as storage and preparation space is limited.

BEVERAGES: Soft drinks: Free, Bottle of wine: $12 - $25. Hard liquor is not available on board but our guests are welcome to bring their own, which should be purchased prior to boarding.
Payment onboard: Visa, MC, AMEX, cash or Travelers Checks
Electricity onboard: The vessels have both 110 and 220 volts ac. The cabins have 110 volts ac only.
Security: Full safety equipment as per USCG requirements - Comprehensive emergency first aid kit - Emergency oxygen kit for 3 persons - 22 Mini Personal Diver Locator MINI B300 ILS EPIRB
Board Electronics: 3 Magellan Global Positioning Systems - Furuno 48 and 36 mile radars - 2 recording fathometers - 2 VHF radios - 3 handheld VHF radios - ICOM SSB radiotelephone - SEA 222 SSB radiotelephone - SAT-COM Telephone & Datalink System - Radio Direction Finder SIMRAD TAYIO TD-1550
Rates & Booking Conditions
Rates Remarks: Rates are per person and based on double or triple occupancy - All prices quoted USD - Rates are subject to change without notice
Rates: 2012
Cocos Island, 10 days 5045 US$
Cocos Island, 11 days 5545 US$
Cocos Island, 12 days 6045 US$
Cocos Island, 13 days 6485 US$

Cocos Island, 10 days 5145 US$
Cocos Island, 11 days 5145 US$
Cocos Island, 12 days 6145 US$

Rates include:
Rates not included: Airfare (international and domestic) - Insurance - Equipment rentals - Hotel stays/day rooms - Crew gratuity - park fees
Other fees
& taxes:
National Park Fee: 10 Nights Total $245; 10 Nights Total $315; 13 Nights Total $455
$70 per day at Malpelo, $35 per day at Cocos - 13-night trip 4 days spent at Malpelo and 5 days at Cocos, 10-night trip 7 diving days & 12-night trip 9 diving days spent at the Cocos Island Marine Conservation Area - Please note: the national park fees are subject to change.
Booking conditions: A deposit of 1/3 of the total price is required in order to secure your reservation. Bookings are confirmed upon receipt of this deposit. Final balance is due 60 days prior to our departure.
A cancellation fee of 10% from the deposit is charged for all cancellations more than 1 year before the trip. A cancellation fee of 10% from the total trip price is charged for all cancellations made between 1 year and 6 months before the trip. All deposits received are non-refundable from 180 days prior to departure.
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