NEW THRILLER DESTINATION
Isla del Cocos, Costa
Trips ranging from 10 days one destination to 14 days combining various
"NEW SPECIES OF SHARK DISCOVERED AT
SECRET SEA MOUNT NEAR MALPELO"
"Photo Taken By Juan Zambado"
A DINOSAUR OF THE SHARK WORLD NAMED "TIGER RAGGED TOOTH SHARK" HAS BEEN
DISCOVERED BY THE LIVABOARD DIVING YACHT HMS "THE INZAN TIGER". THE TIGER
RAGGED TOOTH SHARKS RANGE UP TO 18 1/2 FEET IN LENGTH AND HAVE SCIENTISTS
PUZZLED AS TO IT'S ORIGIN AND WHICH FAMILY THEY BELONG TO. INITIAL
SPECULATION GOES IN THE DIRECTION OF THIS SHARK BELONGING TO THE SAND TIGER
FAMILY AND MAY HAVE CROSSED BRED WITH A GREAT WHITE SPECIAL TRIPS TO DIVE
WITH THESE ADRENALINE MOVING GIANTS OF THE SEA ARE AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY FOR
SPECIAL DIVERS ONLY.
FOR ADVANCED BOOKING CONTACT US EARLY.
Island is a tiny but spectacular island which lies in open ocean between
famed Cocos Island and the coast of Colombia. It is totally barren with
sheer 400 foot cliffs plunging straight down into the sea on all sides.
There are no protected anchorages, and no place to go on shore.
These hostile conditions limit Malpelo to smaller groups aboard smaller
vessels which can work close to the cliffs. The Inzan Tiger, an
opulent 60-foot vessel for six guests, is the perfect platform for diving
the very specific diveable sites. The comfort and food rival that of any
live-aboard in the industry, and on-board service is superb.
aboard The Inzan Tiger are structured like our long-famed cruises to Cocos
Island. Guest fly into San Jose, Costa Rica for a hotel overnight, then fly
next morning to Golfito on the coast to board The Inzan Tiger. After a 30
hour cruise we arrive at Malpelo and begin diving. The main attractions at
Malpelo are several swarms of hammerhead sharks. One site known as Carl's
Corner repeatedly delivers swarms of hundreds at all depths for incredible
While several sites yield hammerheads, there are other sensational
subjects as well. Huge amberjacks watch us curiously on most dives, as do
giant schools of jacks, golden goatfish, rainbow fish, and white-striped
angelfish (which provide cleaning services for the hammerheads).
There are green moray eels everywhere; on some sites it is literally hard
to put your hand down without disturbing one.
Those of you who have dived Cocos
Island or the Northern Islands of the Galapagos (Darwin and Wolf),
will find Malpelo another experience of the same magnitude. With its
limited season of December through September, The Inzan Tiger's
six-passenger capacity will only be able to accommodate those of you
who act quickly. We assure you that the swarming hammerheads of
Malpelo are a thrill you will never forget.
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