Crocodile Fish, Indonesia

Liveaboard Dive Images

I spent a week aboard the Okeanos I Aggressor. Our destination was Isla del Caño which is located off the western coast of Costa Rica. Isla del Caño offers a wide variety of marine life. During the week of scuba diving we observed large schools of fish, Mantas, Sharks, Rays, and small animals like Harlequin Shrimp.

Okeanos Aggressor I – Isla del Caño, Costa Rica

Thailand Aggressor – North Andaman Sea, Thailand

This underwater video highlights most of the fish I observed during my dive trip to Thailand. We were scuba diving off the Thailand Aggressor liveaboard. All of our diving was in the Andaman Sea. We were able to dive the Similan Islands, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, and the Surin Islands.

This video highlight the creatures I encountered during my dive safari with Atlantis Philippines Dive Resort & Liveaboard with Oceanblue Divers in August 2015. This first part cover all of my land based diving. I’ve also created a Part 2 video which covers diving aboard the Azores Liveaboard.

Atlantis Azores – Bohol, Philippines

Caribbean Explore II – Saba & St. Kitts

Night dives can be a lot of fun. Divers are able to observe marine creatures not normally seen during the day. I spent a week on the Caribbean Explore II and this video highlights the nocturnal underwater creatures we observed.

The Raja Ampat Aggressor has several tours that cover the region. Our scuba diving trip started and ended from a port in Sorong. It took us 27+ hours of flight time each way to get to Sorong in Indonesia from the New York. Throw in a few more hours for layovers in Jakarta, Makassar and Sorong. Most member designed their own route for very specific reasons – Frequent Flyer Programs, Sales Fare, etc. But the travel time was worth it because diving was fantastic.

Raja Ampat Aggressor – Indonesia

Bahamas Aggressor – Exuma Cays, Bahamas

I took this video at a dive site called Austin Smith around the Exuma islands in the Bahamas. There were plenty of Caribbean Reef Sharks around since the dive site is use to by other dive operators as a feeding ground. The Bahamas Aggressor does not allow feeding of marine life while aboard their yachts. I shot this video with a Sealife DC2000.