Bahamas Aggressor Liveaboard

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The Bahamas Aggressor liveaboard (previously known as the Carib Dancer) is a popular choice for dive groups and clubs looking to private charter a vessel for a week long scuba diving vacation in the Bahamas.

Bahamas Aggressor

The MV Bahamas Aggressor Liveaboard

Spanning 100ft (30m) in length, and with a beam of 22ft (6.7m), this generously proportioned liveaboard diving yacht accommodates a maximum if 14 diving and non-diving guests in 6 cabins.

Bahamas Aggressor Liveaboard Video

Like all Aggressor Fleet vessels she is built to Lloyd’s Registry and American Bureau of Shipping Standards and fitted with state-of-the-art safety equipment complying with the appropriate international SOLAS (International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea) standards.

Diving itineraries depart from Nassau, and are scheduled from Saturday to Saturday offering 5½ days of diving at the best dive sites in the Bahamas. Boarding is from 3pm and checkout is at 8am the following week. Transfers from and to the airport are not included, although taxis are easily available at the airport and will cost around USD $75.

Dive Facilities

The dive deck is well proportioned allowing ample room for gearing up and performing buddy checks before dives. All dives are conducted from the mothership.

Once on board, you will be allocated your tank bay and personal locker to store your dive equipment. Scuba cylinders are filled at their stations so you just need remove your first stage – not forgetting to dry your dust cap – and the crew will look after the rest.

Bahamas Aggressor Scuba Divers

Dive Briefing

Nitrox is available on board the Carib Dancer and costs USD $100 for the week.

The dive deck also has camera table with low pressure hoses so that you can easily prepare your video or photo equipment before our dive

Bahamas Aggressor Underwater Camera Area

Dedicated U/W Camera Table

The dive platform is spacious and provides easy-to-use exit ladders for your convenience. Warm water showers are well positioned on the platform for you to rinse yourself off after your dive before being presented with a warm towel from the crew.

Bahamas Aggressor Dive Platform

Dive Platform

General Facilities

The Carib dancer has plenty of space for 14 guests to mingle in communal areas or find a peaceful resting place away from fellow divers.

The internal spaces are all air-conditioned and feature modern amenities.

The salon and combined dining are come equipped with TV/DVD and music system and provides a comfortable seating area for relaxing. There is also an assortment of movies and books for your enjoyment, although we would suggest taking a few of your own DVD’s should you wish.

Bahamas Aggressor Salon and Liveing Room

Salon and Livingroom

Guests can also enjoy the use of the on board photo centre complete with video and photo editing capabilities.

External areas feature a part shaded sun deck with sun loungers and mattresses where guests can have meals.

Bahamas Aggressor Shaded Deck & Buffet Area

Shaded Deck

On the upper deck you’ll also find a hot tub and wet bar with BBQ grill area.

Bahamas Aggressor Sun Deck & Jacuzzi

Upper Deck & Jacuzzi


The Bahamas Aggressor can host a maximum of 14 guests across its 6 spacious staterooms. Each of the rooms is air-conditioned with en-suite facilities and a TV/DVD entertainment system. The power outlets are standard US sockets and there are also USB ports available for charging electronics.

All staterooms are situated on the lower deck and benefit from individually controlled air conditioning, en-suite bathroom facilities with hot water shower and ocean views via porthole windows.


  • 5 x Deluxe Stateroom
  • 1 x Quad Stateroom

5 Deluxe Stateroom

The 5 staterooms all have a double bed on the lower bunk and a single bed above. There is a port window in all the cabins.

Bahamas Aggressor Deluxe Stateroom

Deluxe Stateroom

1 Quad Stateroom

The quad stateroom features two bunk beds and a port window, sleeping a maximum of 4 persons.

Bahamas Aggressor Quad Cabin

Quad Stateroom

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Bahamas Aggressor Liveaboard Sharks

Carribean Sharks

Bahamas Aggressor Liveaboard Shark

Carribean Shark

Bahamas Aggressor Liveaboard Shark Close Up

Bahamas Shark Close Up

Bahamas Aggressor Liveaboard Wildlife Island

Wildlife & Island Tours

Bahamas Aggressor Liveaboard Back Deck

Liveaboard Back Deck & Dive Platform

Bahamas Aggressor Liveaboard Back Deck View

Back Deck Showers

Bahamas Aggressor Liveaboard Dry Dive Gear

Diving Gears Drying

Bahamas Aggressor Liveaboard Jacuzzi

Bahamas Aggressor Jacuzzi

Bahamas Aggressor Liveaboard Kitchen

Bahamas Aggressor Kitchen

Bahamas Aggressor Liveaboard Salon Cocktail


Bahamas Aggressor Liveaboard Shaded Deck


Bahamas Aggressor Liveaboard Snacks

Bahamas Aggressor Snacks

Bahamas Aggressor Liveaboard Dinning Room

Bahamas Aggressor Liveaboard Dinning Room

Bahamas Aggressor Liveaboard Dish


Bahamas Aggressor Liveaboard Food


Bahamas Aggressor Liveaboard Top Deck

Top Deck Area

Bahamas Aggressor Liveaboard Vessel

Bahamas Aggressor Liveaboard Vessel View

Bahamas Aggressor Liveaboard Boat Front

Bahamas Aggressor Liveaboard Boat View

Riley, United States September 15, 2017

Travelling onboard the Bahamas Aggressor was really a great experience for my partner and I and our highlight was definitely the swimming pigs.

This was a special trip agreed to by the highly accommodating crew members and it was certainly worth it.

Although we had a few issues with air-conditioning on-board (the dining room in particular was too cold for us), it was a very enjoyable trip overall and one that we would certainly recommend to others.

Recommended for: Swimming Pigs!


John, United States September 15, 2017

The diving in this part of the world was so fantastic that it should receive 5 stars without a question.

The boat itself was great, although we were placed close to the noisy engine room which wasn’t ideal.

The diving was plentiful and the knowledgeable dive guides helped us to spot all sorts of weird and wonderful creatures beneath the surface.

I personally really enjoyed the up close encounters with the various shark species that we got to see.

Recommended for: Diving with sharks


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