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Any people out there who are impulsive? Not long term planners? Looking for an early Christmas present? Got that winter time "wild hair" blues already? ;-) Come to the famous Cocos Island in Costa Rica Jan 20-30, 2017 and dive with hammerheads and other sharks! Rated the #2 shark dive in the world aboard one of the best live-aboards in the world, the SEA HUNTER!!! I will be down there to celebrate my retirement and there are 8 spots left. I was able to get a last minute, can't be beat, HUGE/YUGE discounted price! Need to act fast!! The price is $4045 room plus $490 park fee plus $100 transfer fees A total of $4645. The normal price is $5645 just for the room. A $1600 savings. This will be my sixth trip to Cocos and I have run 3 previous trips (2007, 2013, 2015). I also have one planned for 2018. (http://www.nc-wreckdiving.com/cocos.html) Pls email me (Paul) at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested and for details!
Hello all, Did a quick video of couple of clips I got on my trip to Cocos on December 14-24 onboard Okeanos Aggressor. We were not exactly lucky with the conditions for this trip as pelagics had a bit of a week off, I suspect moon phase was probably key (it seems that the current trip is having a blast as my friend is still on board :-/ ) That's my first attempt at editing video somewhat moderately complex so things are not exactly tip-top but I like the result so far. I retrospectively should have done a little bit more videos. In the last 4 days, I fixed the GoPro on top of my dome to have continuous shooting. I had left the GoPro magic filter at home, I would have been interested to see the difference. I missed some close encounters not having that where I had a Galapagos shark shooting straight through a channel at coming head on at me, a tiger shark coming on top and behind us while we were busy looking the other way and another one shadowing me for a minute. I never had the video on for those encounters or was of course busy facing it the other way while my head was looking somewhere els The dolphin shooting is courtesy of Capt Alberto Munoz from Okeanos aggressor, we got them again on the next dive and I was busy trying to shoot them on still (they were a bit more nervous). I started to post some pictures on Flickr [vimeo]56530182[/vimeo]