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Debbie Fagan London, UK
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What were you favorite dive sites, and what was the most amazing marine life you saw there? Manuelita Outside , the first time we went , it was amazing , The biggest Tiger Shark. And Dirty Rock with the amazing Hammerheads. We have had the best time ever…. Everything was excellent , especially Javier !!!
The guides are very proffesional and always happy
The food was beautiful and so much of it , even after dives the little pastries and fruit was a lovely gesture
I wouldn’t have changed a thing…. BIG THANK YOU TO EVERYONE

Sonia Tan Geneva
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Dirty Rock was a favorite. It has many faces depending on the tide. We saw a school of hammerheads, a tiger shark, eagle rays. Manuelita channel was also amazing. At the right time, you start with hammerheads being cleaned and end up on a coral reef with lots of life. Diving was consistently good throughout the trip at all the other sites. Even though the main attraction was the hammerheads, there was always something else to see. Marine life is curious and not shy probably because it has been a protected area. That was a really amazing experience and I hope they can continue to conserve the area and keep it pristine so that even more marine life comes back.

It was overall a great experience as staff were friendly and genuine. Service was good. You could tell that the staff enjoyed having people around and were passionate about their jobs. Rooms are comfortable, we ate well, even a bit too much. Boat is in good condition and always kept clean.

Bruno Bernardin
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Having done numerous liveaboards as a guest or instructor, in many places in the world, the whole Cocos trip was simply amazing!
Diving operations were very well run. The boat is very good, dive deck is quite spacious, this is very important. The small speedboats from which we get to each dive site have 2 powerful motors, and sufficient space for a big group.
The diving ranged from amazing for most dives to "only" great a few times. Sharks, sharks sharks! And if there had been no sharks, each site still had plenty of diverse and wonderful species to contemplate. But it's easy to say the "rest of the marine life" gets forgotten in the presence of all the pelagics...
But what made this even more special was the whole crew who litterally went out of their ways to accomodate us and make everything possible, big requests and small details alike. Thank you very much.

Bruno Bernardin

Rachel Teo Singapore
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Favourite Dive sites was Manuelita Channel as we saw lots of different Marine life like hammerheads, lots of white tip reef sharks, Galapagos sharks and marble rays, eagle rays! The staff were very helpful and hospitable and made the live on board a totally awesome experience. The rooms were comfortable and sizable. Plenty hot showers available even hairdryer! Food was most palatable as we were well fed for all meals with plenty of fresh fruits, veges. The snacks in between dives were most welcomed too!

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