Oman Aggressor is a spacious 148ft long scuba diving liveaboard. The vessel has 11 guest cabins for a total of 22 guests and 13 crew members. So, there are 8 Deluxe Staterooms, 2 Master Staterooms, and 1 Suite. The rooms either have 2 single beds or 1 king bed. Each cabin has air conditioning, ensuite bathroom, hair dryer, and 32" flat screen TV. The yacht has two main unique itineraries to choose from and these trips are considered by most to be the Jewels of Oman. Enjoy our blog article on 110,000 Reasons to Go Liveaboard
Oman Aggressor Diving
There are two 7-night scuba diving trips to choose from. Typically, you board on Saturday at 3pm and disembark the following Saturday at 8am. The 7-night Daymaniyat Islands itinerary leaves out of Muscat. On this trip you tend to see more whales, dolphins, and large pelagics. The Oman Aggressor embarks and disembarks out of Al Mouj Marina Hotel. The 7-night Hallaniyat Islands Oman Aggressor itinerary leaves out of Salalah and the host hotel is the Jaweira Boutique Hotel & Marina. There is also a 10-night trip that includes both Daymaniyat & Hallaniyat. Moreover, on a 7-night trip expect to do up to 25 dives, and up to 35 dives on the 11-night trip. Furthermore, all dives are from zodiac/dhoni tenders that seat up to 11 divers.
So, while onboard the Oman Aggressor, there are over 1250 species of fish out here. Some of the dive sites include: Fahal Islands, Hallaniyat Islands, Aquarium, 3 Sisters, Garden of Eden,
and Tito's Run. Bandar Khayran
has 15 dive sites, Hayat
is a fantastic wall dive, and Al Munnassir
is a 276ft long wreck. Above all, January to March is humpback whale season. So, in April the stage changes and yellowfin tuna, jacks, and rays are on parade. Nitrox is available.
Attractions and Activities
On the main deck of the Oman Aggressor, is where most of the action happens from the salon for briefings, dining room for eating, Galley for cooking, the dive deck for getting ready for another dive. Breakfast is continental buffet style with eggs to order Lunch and dinner are either International or Egyptian cuisine. Dinner is typically a la carte. Fresh baked goods and snacks are offered between dives or meals. Water, soft drinks and Juices are complimentary as well as selected local beers and wines for dinner. As for activities, you can lounge on the sundeck, or go snorkeling. You can also watch some 400 movies on your TV or plug your computer into the flat screen TV and edit underwater images and videos. You can also visit the bar, or peruse the books from their library. Finally, once a week, they do a land excursion.