The Aggressor fleet brings its trademark professionalism to Belize diving cruises in the form of the impressive Belize Aggressor III liveaboard. Departing every Saturday, you will visit the best sites around Turneffe and Lighthouse reefs as well as the world-famous Blue Hole, provided weather conditions allow. The diving here is in generally easy conditions but deeper dives are possible too, so it will suit all types of scuba diver.
The Belize Aggressor comfortably accommodates 18 divers in 9 double or twin en-suite cabins, each with its own TV and DVD player. Boat facilities include a saloon with full entertainment system, and a sundeck with hot tub jacuzzi and wet bar. Beer and wine are free of charge onboard.
All diving (up to 5 dives per day) is done with maximum convenience from the dive platform at the stern of this 33˝ metre, mono-hulled motor boat. Diving facilities include a huge dive deck with personal gear bins, in-place air/nitrox fills, rinse tanks and a 3-tier camera table with low- pressure air hoses as well as digital photo centre. Diver tracking devices are available for rent, as are underwater cameras for both still and video. In keeping with the spirit of top-notch guest service, the Belize Aggressor is also well equipped to conduct dive courses, whether it be an open water referral or continued education up to rescue diver.
The Belize Aggressor returns to port on Friday where land tours, including to Mayan ruins, are offered. Comfort, safety and great service are to be expected on liveaboard diving cruises in Belize with the Aggressor III.
Special offers: Save $500 if you book before the 7 April 2015 one of the trips between now and the 31 Dec 2015. For more details please visit Aggressor and Dancer Special Offer. Offer expires: 7 Apr 2015
Cruise price per person includes: Cabin accommodation with air-conditioning, breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, water, soft drinks and hot drinks, local wine and beer, return transfers to the boat from Belize airport on boat departure and return dates, dives (as detailed in the trips above), experienced English-speaking divemaster(s), tanks, weights and weightbelts, torches.
Cruise price per person excludes (mandatory, unless customer provides own): Scuba equipment (complete set US$ 175 for the trip), dive insurance, dive computer, port fee US$ 95 (includes cruising tax and park fee), recompression chamber support US$ 15, restaurant meal on final evening. Unless otherwise stated, all the listed items need to be paid on arrival (cash or credit card).
Optional extras: Alcoholic drinks (outside of meals), nitrox US$ 100 for the trip in 12 ltr. tanks (if available). Unless otherwise stated, all the listed items need to be paid on arrival.
How to get there: The Belize Aggressor III departs every Saturday from the Radisson Fort George Hotel Dock. Guests will be transported in an air-conditioned van to the yacht. For more information see our Belize travel information section. The first and last nights of the itinerary are spent in the harbour.
Non-diver rate: US$ 200 off the published price.
Single supplement (if you do not want to share accommodation): This is optional - single travellers may choose to share a cabin or pay a supplement of 65% of the normal published price.
Dive clubs and group discounts: Pay for 8 spaces and receive 1 extra space free of charge. Full charter: Pay for 16 spaces and receive 2 extra spaces free of charge.
Whole boat charter rate (per night): Low Season - US$ 5,531, High Season - US$ 6,217, 10 nights - US$ 6,360.
The Belize Aggressor III has a total of 9 cabins available on its safaris. There are 8 Deluxe twin/double bunk bed cabins with portholes on the lower deck and 1 Master double bed cabin with seaview window on the upper deck. All these cabins have private bathrooms and entertainment systems.
The Master cabin is much larger than the deluxe cabins, has a higher ceiling, an extra wardrobe, and full walled-mirrors.
All the cabins have:
Individual controlled air-conditioning
Sea-view windows or portholes
Toilet and hot water shower, hand basin, bathrobes, hairdryer, body wash and towels
Small TV and DVD player
2-pin US style mains outlet 110 volts - 24 hours per day
Enriched air nitrox - Motorised dinghy - Large dive deck & platform with space for 25 divers, hot water showers, toilet, rinse tanks & safety-stop hang bar - Camera table and rinse tank - Rental photography & video cameras - Lost diver devices for rent - Air-conditioned saloon, TV, video and music - Computer, CD burner, printer & chargeable internet facility - Movie library, fish books, games and diving magazines - Dining room - Satellite telephone - Upper deck shaded area & sundeck with bar, whirlpool hot tub and sun beds - Flybridge - Drinking water dispenser
Scuba certification courses available including open water referrals, advanced, nitrox, deep diver, underwater photography and underwater videography.
Meals on the Belize Aggressor liveaboard are served either in the saloon or in the open air dining area and consist of a mix of international favourites as well as local dishes. Breakfast and lunch are served buffet style and evening meals are waiter served. Ingredients include fresh fruit and vegetables, home-made bread, chicken, beef and seafood.
Caribbean and international meals, as well as a BBQ.
Buffet-style and waiter served dining in the main deck dining room.
Pre-breakfast, hot breakfast, lunch, dinner with snacks in between.
Coffee, tea, soft drinks, wine, beer, drinking water, fruit, yoghurt, snacks are provided free of charge.
Liquor/spirits available for purchase onboard.
The dining service begins with dinner on the first evening.
All diets, including vegetarian, can be catered for with prior notice.
"Facilities were excellent. There was even a chance to do 6 dives a day on some days. Food was great." - Bengt Redlinger, Germany ...
"Staff was very helpful and very knowlegable, I just thought they could spend more time showing stuff under water than taking pictures of it. food was great! " - Jessica Siems, Germany ...
"25 dives in one week, rented BC & fins, excellent pre-dive briefings, most spacious dive-deck ever seen on a liveaboard and very efficient refilling of tank with Nitrox or Air. Food excellent (and plentyfull…)." - Alexander Zwahlen, Switzerland ...
"Staff was always very helpful, good humored and I felt like it's my personal boat from the first moment. Food was fresh, absolutely delicious and plentiful. Showers in the cabins should be refurbished." - Jonas Maechler, Switzerland ...
"The service onboard was excellent. The crew were amazing, very friendly and very helpful. The facilities onboard were very good and the equipment we rented was of a higher than average standard. When anything didn't work, it was replaced immediately. The food onboard was brilliant too." - Peter Redman, Switzerland ...
"Very good operation all in all, except for the fact that we didn't go to the Blue Hole. Nice boat (cabins smaller than appeared to be on pictures). Excellent predisposition of the Captain on giving me my own cabin, since there was no space on the boat. Great service, specially Fermín Carpio, the boat engineer, on guiding many of my dives and showing me every little and big thing there was to see underwater. and Yannis, the boat cook, catering to my needs when she realized I didn't eat spicy food." - Vanessa Carras, Argentina ...
"The boat is very well organized and equipped. The staff is very knowledgeable and friendly and professional. The food was really amazing. The diving awesome. Really nothing to complaint about." - Jennifer Hughes, France ...