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Log Date: Saturday, Aug 24, 2019
Entry By: Okeanos Crew







 


Okeanos Aggressor Trip Report

24 August OA1 Captains Log.

  

Average Water Temperature 75 F (27 Celsius)  

Average Air temperature 80F (30 Celsius)
Average Visibility 70 ft-24 mts
Wetsuits: 3mm, maybe more if you get cold easily.
Crew this week: Capt. Mauricio, Chefs Douglas and Alberto, Engineer Fabio, Server Eduardo and Marcos, Boat drivers and Divemasters Luis, Lito and Warren.

 

Is time to star another great week with 21 adventure divers  with a lot of expectations about diving the most beautiful Island in the world so very early in the morning we started sailing to it with a so nice weather and in less than 34 hours we were anchoring in Chatham bay.

Monday 26th, we got breakfast and right after we were in the water for the first time this week and Chatham bay was welcoming  us with a very good check dive, tons of fish and white tip sharks were there with a very good visibility. Next dive we went to Manuelita island looking for the schooling hammerheads and some of them were moving around with marble rays close by and lots of Jack fish in mid water, it was the perfect dive dive to star warming up for what was coming next.

Manuelita is one of my favourite dive sites because we  always get surprised. Big surprise like the Tiger Shark but we did not see it on the this dive, instead of that,  we got a schools of hammerheads and as far as we could see they were more than 25 of them.

Dirty Rock dive  was spectacular ,  just entering the water we were are able to see fish everywhere, rays coming close, hammerheads crossing by and 2 big Galapagos sharks patrolling the rock around, best dive so far this week.  

Alcyone was today literally a “river” of hammerheads coming from the blue in schools of 20 or maybe 30 of them,  non stop pretty much the entire dive, imagine how our divers were feeling after such a great  dive, only happiness in their faces.

On the south side of the island Big and Small Dos Amigos and you would not believe what happened on this dive, two whale sharks at the same time in each site for Panga 1 and 2 is something that does not happen everyday so that made the day for both diving groups.

 

Diving back in Dirty rock we got to see a huge school of hammerheads  above us that  I would say they were al least a hundred sharks together, the perfect and most wanted picture of Cocos Island, so and the end of the trip our guests are satisfied about the beautiful trip we just did and and we hope they will  be back to Eat, Sleep and Dive in Okeanos Aggressor I.

     

Thanks to our gest; Daniel, Juan, Titi, Sarah, Margarita, James, Yann, Kevin, Ray, Steve, Tim, Marcus, Sonja, Ricardo, Gabriel, Celine, Niels, Isaac, Jessica, Anna and Shirley.

 

Captain Andrés.