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AGGRESSOR FLEET
Bahamas, Caribbean, Belize, Costa Rica, Honduras, South Pacific, Galapagos, Indonesia, Maldives

BAY ISLANDS AGGRESSOR III, IV
Passenger Capacity: 18, 20
Built: 1988, refitted 1992
Length: 110 ft., 120 ft.
Beam: 22 ft., 28 ft.
Draft: 6 ft.

 
  • Itinerary: Six-night trips from Roatan include Cayos Cochinos, Utila, and Guanaja; sometimes one of the vessels operates out of Belize
  • Cabins: 7,10. The Aggressor III cabins have single and double berths, one has four single berths. The Aggressor IV cabins have either king or queen beds, four of which have have an additional single berth above. All are air-conditioned.
  • Dining: Most dietary requests can be accommodated. Non-alcoholic beverages and local alcoholic beverages are included. No diving if you have alcohol.
  • Facilities: The salon has TV/VCR, a stereo with cd, and a library of books and magazines. There is a partially covered sundeck with hot tub and wet bar. There is unlimited diving from the vessel and a nitrox and rebreathers program. Compressed air tanks, weights and weight belts are furnished.
  • Recent Fares Reported to Us: Six-night cruises $1,495 to $1,845 per person double occupancy with free hotel stay on some trips. Past guest discounts on future trips and 10 percent discount on onboard services. 50 percent discount for a second passenger on certain weeks. Options offered (extra charge): introduction to scuba, open water certification, nitrox certification course, night diver course, photographer or videographer course, deep dive and wreck dive courses, rebreather certification. Photo packaging and processing are extra charges.

BELIZE AGGRESSOR III
 Passenger Capacity: 18
 Built: 1996
 Length: 120 ft.
 Beam: 22 ft.
 Draft: 7 ft.

  • Itinerary: From Belize City to offshore islands and reefs including Lighthouse Reef, Turneffe Islands and the Blue Hole, and a night dive at Que Brada with many tarpon.
  • Cabins: 9. Cabins have single and double berths, with individual climate control, and private bath with shower.
  • Facilities: The salon has TV/VCR, a stereo with cd, slide projector, and a library. There is a partially covered sundeck with hot tub and wet bar. There is unlimited diving from the vessel and a nitrox and rebreather program.
  • Recent Fares Reported to Us: Seven-day trips $1,645 per person double occupancy. Same discounts as other cruises.

CAYMAN AGGRESSOR IV
Passenger Capacity: 18
 Length: 110 ft.
 Beam: 22 ft.
 Draft: 6 ft.

  • Itinerary: Grand Cayman with sites such as Tarpon Alley, Balboa. Bloody Bay Wall , Stingray City and a Russian destroyer off Cayman Brac.
  • Cabins: 7. Cabins have single and double berths with private bath and shower. Two cabins have two single berths and share a head and shower. Cabins have individual climate control and TV/VCR.
  • Facilities: The salon is air-conditioned and has TV/VCR, a stereo with cd, a library. There is a partially covered sundeck with hot tub and wet bar. There is unlimited diving from the vessel and a nitrox and rebreather program. There is a personal computer station with e-mail, color printer and slide scanner. Also has an E-6 processing lab.
  • Typical Fares and Special Deals: Seven-day trips $1,695, with same discount opportunities as already noted. Cousteau trip $2,495.

GALAPAGOS AGGRESSOR I, II
 Passenger Capacity: 14
 Length: 85 ft.
 Beam: 22 ft.
 Draft: 7 ft.

  • Itinerary: The vessels operate in the Galapagos Islands from San Cristobal. The southern route offers several land tours, and the northern route focusses more on diving, offering only two or three hiking tours, and going to Wold and Darwin Islands. Due to cool water and strong currents, these cruises are not suitable for beginner divers.
  • Cabins: 7. Cabins have two single berths, climate control and private bath with shower.
  • Facilities: These are sister ships built in Ecuador. The salon has a bar and TV/VCR, a stereo with cd, and a library. There are two sundecks, one partially shaded. Most diving is from dive tenders. There is a rebreather program.
  • Recent Fares Reported to Us: Thursday to Thursday cruises with 5 1/2 days of diving $2,445 to $2,600. June to September 11-day trips $3,850 to $3,950.

KONA AGGRESSOR II
 Passenger Capacity: 10
 Built: 1992
 Length: 80 ft.
 Beam: 28 ft.
 Draft: 6 ft.
 Staff and Crew: 7, American
 Wheelchair Access

  • Itinerary: The ship cruises 90 miles of Hawaiian coastal waters, stopping at various dive sites. 
  • Cabins: 5. All cabins are outside and have both a queen-sized bed and a single bunk,  individually controlled air-conditioning, and private bath with shower. One cabin is wheelchair-accessible.
  • Dining: Meals are buffet style. Cuisine is American with some local dishes, and bread is baked fresh. Barbecues on the top deck are a frequent occurrence. Non-alcoholic and local alcoholic beverages are complimentary.
  • Facilities and Activities: This is an aluminum catamaran. Passengers can opt for up to five complimentary dives per day. A variety of courses are available, including elementary and advanced dive certification, underwater photography, a Hawaii endemic species course and a program led by Cousteau and his team of divers. Some cruises are for beginners only; others are for more advanced divers. Onboard facilities include a main salon with library, video and cd stereo system. There is a hot tub. A wheelchair lift is available to transport guests from the main deck to the sun deck. Divers can be towed behind the boat in the boat’s “Adventure Cage” for a blue water drift dive (advance arrangement necessary). There is an onboard photo center with E-6 slide processing equipment and lighted viewing tables. There are slide shows or video presentations nightly. Photo pros are on hand for advice. There is diving from the vessel plus a 15 ft. inflatable support boat.
  • Recent Fares Reported to Us: A seven-night cruise $1,795 to $1,995 per person double occupancy, including 5 1/2 days of unlimited diving, compressed air tanks, weights and airport transfers. Diving certification and specialty courses extra. Additional equipment, including underwater cameras, can be rented for a fee. Discount for non-divers. Those who arrange a private charter can earn a free berth. Discounts are available for early booking.

MALDIVE AGGRESSOR
Passenger Capacity: 20
Built: 2008

OKEANOS AGGRESSOR
 Passenger Capacity: 21
 Length: 110 ft.
 Beam: 24 ft.
 Draft: 12 ft.

  • Itinerary: There are nine and 10-day cruises from Puntarenas, Costa Rica for shark and other dives at Cocos Island.
  • Cabins: 10. Cabins have single and double berths, one has three single berths. Cabins have private bath with shower.
  • Facilities and Activities: The salon has TV/VCR, stereo with cd, a library. There is a partially enclosed bar and lounge on the upper level. Most diving is from dive tenders. There is a nitrox and rebreathers program.
  • Recent Fares Reported to Us: Seven days of diving $2,795 to $2,995. Nine-day trip with Cousteau $3,595.

PALAU AGGRESSOR II
 Passenger Capacity: 16
 Built: 1994
 Length: 106 ft.
 Beam: 30 ft.
 Draft: 5 ft.
 Staff and Crew: 7, American

  • Itinerary: The ship carries passengers to prime dive sites off the Republic of Palau, a group of islands near Micronesia. These sites include Shark City, Blue Corner, German Channel and the Rock Islands. The area is home to over 2,000 species of sealife, including white tip sharks, turtles, blue marlin, clown fish and chambered nautilus. There is also a stop at a freshwater lake where passengers can swim with stingless jellyfish.
  • Cabins: 8. Cabins have queen and single berths, individually controlled air-conditioning and private bath with shower. 
  • Dining: All meals are buffet-style. Food is American with some regional dishes. Beverages are always available, and snacks are served after each dive. Non-alcoholic drinks and local alcoholic beverages are complimentary.
  • Facilities and Activities: Passengers can take up to five dives per day, mostly drift dives to take advantage of the incoming tides on Palau’s drops-offs. Dives are either off the mother ship or from a 30 ft. dive tender that goes to nearby reef and wreck sites (at speeds up to 45 knots). There are also night dives. Dive facilities include a retractable dive platform with  boarding ladders and hot freshwater showers, an advanced “whip system” for refilling compressed air tanks quickly and a hydraulic system that lifts the dive boat and divers out of the water to the main dive deck. There is a video presentation or slide show every night. There is an onboard photo-processing facility, and camera rentals are available. There is a hot tub, library, videos, cd’s. Professional photographers are on board for instruction.
  • Recent Fares Reported to Us: Sunday to Sunday, with five and a half days of diving, $2,095 to $2,295 per person; $3,095  Cousteau trip. Discount for non-divers and for repeat passengers. The “Dive the World Club” gives passengers who have sailed on any of the 12 ships in the Aggressor Fleet a 10 percent discount on all onboard services.
TAHITI AGGRESSOR
Passenger Capacity: 16
Built: 1997
Length: 106 ft.
Beam: 31 ft.
Draft: 5 ft.
Elevator: Hydraulic wheelchair elevator
Staff and Crew: American
Wheelchair Access
 
  • Itinerary: Out of Rangiroa on cruises of the Tuamotus.
  • Cabins: 8. All cabins are outside and have both a queen-sized bed and a single bunk. All cabins have a window, individually controlled air-conditioning, and private bath with hot shower. Cabins are wheelchair-accessible and the shower stalls have seats.
  • Facilities and Activities: Diving facilities include a lighted dive platform with two boarding ladders and showers, a 30 ft. skiff,  nitrox/rebreathers, and a full line of rental equipment. There are up to five free dives per day, various PADI/NAUI/TDI certification and specialty courses and nightly films or slide shows. There is a hot tub, a library with dive literature, slides and videos, a TV/VCR and a photo center with daily E-6 slide processing and underwater-camera rental. Photo professionals are on board and teach underwater photography and video courses. Technical diving courses include nitrox, rebreather instruction and partial pressure blending. There is a 15 ft. inflatable support boat. 
  • Recent Fares Reported: Starting at $2,095.

TRUK AGGRESSOR II
 Passenger Capacity: 14
 Former Names: Sandra B, Kona Aggressor, Palau Aggressor
 Length: 107 ft.
 Beam: 22 ft.
 Draft: 7 ft.
 Staff and Crew: American

  • Itinerary: The ship cruises the waters in Truk Lagoon and the area’s surrounding reefs in Indonesia. These waters are famous as a location for wreck diving, and passengers see a variety of sunken tankers, freighters, destroyers and submarines. 
  • Cabins: 7. Cabins are carpeted and have queen and single berths and individually controlled air-conditioning. All cabins include private bath with shower.
  • Dining: Galley serves American and Pacific island fare. Meals are served buffet style, and the chef sometimes prepares dinner at the top deck barbecue. Baked goods are prepared fresh onboard. Will accommodate dietary requests with advance notice.
  • Facilities and Activities: Diving facilities include a dive platform with two boarding ladders and hot freshwater showers, nitrox/rebreathers, and a full line of rental equipment. There are daily dive briefings, and passengers can dive up to five times per day.  PADI/NAUI/TDI certification courses and specialty courses are available, and the crew shows nightly films or slide shows. There are hammocks on the sun deck. There is a self-service wet bar stocked with complimentary beverages, a hot tub, a library, a TV/VCR, a photo center with daily E-6 slide processing and underwater camera rental. Photography specialists provide help and teach classes in underwater photography. There is diving from the vessel plus a 14-passenger 30 ft. dive tender that is used to go to outer reefs and two dive-support dinghies. At certain times there are "deep weeks", with visits to deep water wrecks, diving to 220 ft.
  • Recent Fares Reported to Us: A seven-night cruise $2,095 to $2,295 per person.  $200 discount for non-divers and repeat cruisers, as well as group discounts and early-booking bonuses. “Deep Weeks”  $2,595, and “Technical Training Weeks”  $2,695.

TURKS & CAICOS AGGRESSOR
 Passenger Capacity: 16
 Length: 100 ft.
 Beam: 22 ft.
 Draft: 6 ft.

  • Itinerary: The dives are in the Turks and Caicos with an opportunity to snorkel with humpback whales and their calves as they migrate through the Silver Banks of the Dominican Republic.
  • Cabins: 6. Cabins have single and double berths, one has four single berths.
  • Facilities and Activities: The salon has TV/VCR, a stereo with cd, a library. There is a partially covered sundeck with hot tub and bar. There is unlimited diving from the vessel and a nitrox program.
  • Recent Fares Reported to Us: $1,495 per person double occupancy. Humpback whale trips (January through early April) $1,895. Quad cabins $995.

UTILA AGGRESSOR
 Passenger Capacity: 14
 Built: 2005
 Length: 100 ft.

  • Itinerary: The ship operates from Utila, Honduras on 7-day dive cruises. 
  • Cabins: 6. Cabins have single and double berths, one has four single berths.
  • Facilities and Activities: This is an aluminum monohull.  There is rental underwater digital photo equipment, a computer station. There are slide shows or video presentations nightly.  Utila is famous for whale sharks and guests may have the opportunity to snorkel with them.

NORTH SULAWESI AGGRESSOR
 Passenger Capacity: 18

  • Itinerary: The North Sulawesi Aggressor operates from Kungkungan Bay in Bitung City to Bangka Islands and the Lembeh Strait. 
  • Facilities and Activities: The Lembeh Strait  dive is a 'muck' dive and has a high concentration of unique marine creatures.


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