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Every Saturday, the luxurious Belize Aggressor III casts off from Belize City for a week of hassle-free wall diving at Turneffe and Lighthouse Reefs. Sheer walls like Painted Wall, Half Moon Caye Wall and Quebrada are adorned with huge crimson gorgonians and wandering, lilac rope sponges. Weather permitting, divers explore the mystical Blue Hole, a collapsed freshwater cave system.

Accommodation, Food & Drink

 

• Nine deluxe staterooms, each with double and single
berths, private heads and showers, individual
climate controls and TV/DVDs.
• A premium suite privately located on the upper deck.
• Salon with entertainment center.
• Full service galley with trained chefs.
• Separate dining room that also serves as a classroom.
• Computer with e-mail capabilities via satellite phone.
• Digital projector and screen.
• Onboard boutique with souvenir items.
• Partially shaded sun deck featuring a wet bar, hot tub,
chaise lounges, bar-b-que grill and deck chairs.

• Personal dive gear lockers with air/nitrox fills.
• Three tier camera table with low pressure
air hoses and camera rinse tanks.
• Digital underwater camera rentals.
• Large swim platform with two warm, freshwater showers,
fin storage, and water exit ladder. All dives are safely
conducted from the mothership.
• Scuba diving equipment rentals.

 

 

Diving

Black Beauty: Known for turtle and Eagle Ray sightings, this wall
features long mounds of coral with sandy bottom channels.
Elbow: This advanced dive boasts one of the best opportunities to
see large pelagics such as Eagle Rays, Reef Sharks and Hammerhead
Sharks.
Grand Bogue: This site is home to the elusive White-spotted,
White-lined and Large-eyed Toadfish.
Wreck of the Sayonara: There are remains of a 50 foot boat with
lush coral growth and numerous sponge varieties including large
Barrel Sponges.
West Point 1 & 2. The vertical wall starts in only 20 feet of water.
You will see Black Coral forests, Deep Water Gorgonians, giant
Barrel Sponges and Red Finger Sponges. The shallow sandy area is
alive with Garden Eels, Peacock Flounder, Southern Stingrays and
Blue-throated Pike Blennies.

Technical Data

  • Length: 33 metres
  • Beam: 6.6 metres
  • Draft: 2.1metres
  • Cruising Speed: 12 knots
  • Range:1,200 Nautical Miles
  • Year Built:1996
  • Year Refit:2007

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