The Roatan Aggressor Liveaboard

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Newly built in 2017, the Roatan Aggressor explores the remote diving locations of Honduras with a focus on the beautiful Bay Islands. Offering the best of Utila, Roatan and Cayo Cochinos over a 7-night trip, this 120ft vessel delivers guests to these magnificent dive sites in comfort and style. Guests are collected from the pick-up point on a Saturday and returned to the same point, the Romeo Restaurant in Roatan, the following Saturday.

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The Roatan Aggressor can accommodate a maximum of 18 guests at once across the 9 staterooms. Each room has en-suite facilities and its own climate control together with personal home comforts such as a screen with access to movies, a bathrobe and a hairdryer. Guests are treated to evening turndown services and are served beverages in the morning to really set the tone for a relaxing vacation. All meals, freshly prepared snacks and beverages are included in the trip cost. Every morning guests can have their breakfast cooked as they request it and are treated to a wide selection of dishes on the lunch buffet. Dinner is served in the indoor dining space which includes tableside service.  Whilst on board guests can choose to relax in a number of spaces available to them: there is a spacious lounge, a sun deck equipped with a hot tub offering great views, a wet bar and an outdoor seating space.

Well-known for a wide variety of underwater scenes, diving in the beautifully clear waters of Honduras’ Bay Islands presents divers with historic wrecks, steep walls and large sea mounts that are all well-worth exploring. In terms of marine life, these sites have much to offer in the way of macro life, massive barrel sponges, large mantas and whale sharks and so much more.

Diving occurs from the Roatan Aggressor itself, with experienced diving guides to lead the way.

Danny, USA November 13, 2017

Although I had a great time on board the Roatan Aggressor thanks to the crew, the diving and my fellow passengers, I was disappointed that we were not able to visit Utila because of a stabilizer issue.

I hope this issue is rectified promptly as it is a real shame not to visit this magnificent place. Despite this issue, the trip was still enjoyable.

The boat was comfortable, new and stylish.


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