The Belize Aggressor, and her long-standing professional crew are the undisputed diving liveaboard safari experts of Belize, which was declared as one of the top ten diving destinations by Jacques Cousteau, the father of scuba diving. Known for having the second largest barrier reef in the world, Belize is a wall-divers heaven, with sheer walls, reefs, caves, tunnels and crevices carpeted in giant gorgonians, elephant-ear sponges, and spectacular varieties of coral formations. Also not to be missed is the famous ‘Blue hole’.
The Belize Aggressor is a huge 34m long, 7m wide motorised liveaboard that was refitted with the top mod-cons and luxury touches expected from modern divers, and comfortably accommodates up to 18 divers in a choice of 9 well-appointed cabins, all fitted with individual A/C, en-suites and TV/DVD players. There are 7 deluxe double cabins with a single bunk above, 1 deluxe twin cabin and 1 extra-special Master stateroom with a queen-sized double bed.
Belize Aggressor III Liveaboard Video
The massive dive deck is manned by 2 guides, has all the diving equipment, a large platform and a dive tender. You’ll have plenty of room to suit up, and we carry safety and first aid equipment, nitrox and compressors, we have a large camera table, charging station, and lots of storage for your bulky gear. All dives are done from the platform, and in between dives, or for non-divers, we offer kayaks and fishing gear for those wanting a bit of action.
The spacious air conditioned saloon, dining room and a well-stocked bar has an entertainment system and flat screen TV to watch movies or check out your dive shots and videos. Enjoy delicious International and local meals, plenty of snacks, and chilled alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages either inside or al fresco on the large sun-deck, where you will find lots of comfy seating, a bar, a BBQ, and our ever-popular Jacuzzi to relax in.
Getting in and out of the water on board the Belize aggressor is a simple process which is very important if your diving up to 5 dives per day. Explore the reef and walls of Turneffe Island, Lighthouse reef and the famous blue hole. The Belize Aggressor has photo processing on board so that you can see the results of your pictures within hours. Cameras are also available for rent along with a variety of training courses.
Board the Belize Aggressor after 2.00 on Saturday afternoon with the first dive the following morning. Return on Friday afternoon where you have the opportunity to explore Mayan ruins or the Belize zoo. Following a fabulous dinner at a local restaurant Friday night you depart Saturday morning.
- Choice of 8 deluxe twin and double cabins, 1 master stateroom.
- Delicious cuisine, Inc. soft drinks, local beer and wine
- 2 experienced dive guides, nitrox on board, 1 tender.
- Kayaks & fishing gear available
- Strobe charging station and rinse tanks.
- Large camera table, storage for photo gear
- Computer, TV/DVD for video/photo playback and editing
- Pro photographer on board for assistance & free coaching
Please ask about rental camera charges – must be pre-booked.
The Belize Aggressor III can house as many as 18 guests across its 9 staterooms. All of the cabins are en-suite with air-conditioning, closet storage space, a TV with DVD player and a hairdryer.
1 Master Stateroom
The master stateroom features a double bed and a port window.
7 Deluxe Staterooms
The deluxe staterooms have a bunk-bed style setup with a double bed on the lower bunk and a twin size bed above. There is a port window in the staterooms.
1 Deluxe Stateroom
The one deluxe stateroom on-board does not have a port window but there are two bunk bed style beds.
- Accommodations aboard the vessel
- Compressed air tanks, weights & weight belts
- Airport transfers on day of arrival and departure (except Okeanos Aggressor)
- All meals and snacks, non-alcoholic and local alcoholic beverages
- (We are happy to accommodate most special dietary requests)
Charters do no include
- Equipment rentals
- Nitrox fills
- Certification or specialty courses
- Hotel stays or day rooms
- Dinner on final evening
- Crew gratuity
- Government taxes or park fees (when applicable)