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Belize Aggressor III

About Belize Aggressor III

The Belize Aggressor III is a 110ft scuba diving yacht that has nine deluxe staterooms.  Because she currently leaves Belize City every Saturday, she returns before lunch the next Friday. So, from Sunday to Thursday plan on doing up to five dives a day. Moreover, two of those dives will be night dives.  See our blog article on Belize and Unbelizable Diving and Adventure for further information.

Belize Aggressor III Diving

Plan on visiting Turneffe Atoll, Lighthouse Reef , Half Moon Caye, and the Great Blue Hole weather permitting. So, scuba diving around Truneffe Atoll is the best way to encounter the rare white spotted toadfish. The Elbow is an advanced dive where all the big pelagics hang out. West Point 1 & 2 are popular dive sites with black coral and gorgonian sea fans. So, the Blue Hole was made famous by Cousteau and the Calypso, but it is just as exciting aboard the Belize Aggressor III. The Aquarium and the Half Moon Caye Wall are dives with lots of diversity in sea life too. Oh, and seeing red footed boobies at Lighthouse Reef is apparently a major turn on for bird lovers.

Attractions and activities

The Belize Aggressor III staterooms have air-conditioning, 110 volt/USB outlets, and private bathrooms with hair dryers and showers. Each day of your voyage, breakfast is (cooked to order), lunch is self-served buffet style, and a sumptuous dinner is served at a table setting. Fresh snacks are provided mid-morning and mid-afternoon. The onboard menu is varied and plentiful, with fresh local fruits and veggies, island seafood, and local grown meats serving Caribbean and American feasts, barbecues and local cuisine. Non-alcoholic beverages include: fruit juices, soft drinks, iced water, iced tea, and coffee. And a limited selection of local beer and wine are complimentary while onboard. On Friday after arriving back at port, you may wish to stay extra days in Belize City in order to explore Natural jungles, Mayan ruins, or visit a wildlife preserve where jaguars rule.

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