Sea Hunter has eight comfortable air-conditioned cabins, taking a maximum of 18 guests. There are six double cabins and two triple cabins each with private head and shower. Seven crew provide superb service throughout the cruise and make sure your diving holiday runs smoothly. The boat is completely equipped with full safety equipment as well as large water storage and water making facilities. She cruises at 10 knots and has a range of 4000 miles.
A large camera/video work station has plenty of space for equipment assembly or preparation and separate rinse tanks are kept for cameras and videos. A full range of dive gear is available for hire. Diving usually takes place from the two 24-foot fibreglass boats or the 18-foot RIB. Both Nitrox and air are provided. The vessels offer full TDI training in Nitrox, with rental of Nitrox computers. Three dives per day are offered from the skiff boats and optional dawn and dusk dives are offered from the mother ship. Divers may chose to dive with their buddy or may dive with the group which is guided by the divemaster.
The menu is a combination of international and local dishes. Food is in abundant supply with plenty of fresh tropical fruits and salads. Vegetarians can be catered for with advance notice. Soft drinks are complimentary, and beer and wine are available for sale. Spirits are not available on board but you are welcome to bring your own.
Sea Hunter operates a series of 10 or 12 nights cruises to Cocos Island, out of the harbour at Puntarenas, throughout the year. It is recommended that you arrive in San Jose, Costa Rica the day before your cruise is due to depart and that you stay one night in San Jose after the cruise returns.
COCOS ISLAND: $5045 for a 10 nights cruise; $6045 for a 12 nights cruise. Includes: transfers between San Jose and Puntarenas; 10 or 12 nights cruise on Sea Hunter or Undersea Hunter on a twin/share or triple/share basis with full board, including non-alcoholic beverages; 7 or 9 days diving (usually 3 dives daily, plus dawn/dusk dives). In addition there is a National Park fee of $245 (10 nights cruise), $315 (12 nights cruise), subject to change, which is payable on board in cash. Single Occupancy Supplement: 50% of the cruise cost (but you can avoid paying the supplement if you are willing to share a cabin).