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Philippines Aggressor

About Philippines Aggressor

The Philippines Aggressor is a 135ft long scuba diving yacht based in The Philippines. The vessel holds 24 guests and 13 crew members. Depending on the itinerary, you may board the vessel in Cebu, Dumaguete, or Puerto Princesa. So, the ship has 12 staterooms. There are 3 Balcony Suites, 4 Deluxe Main Deck Suites, and 5 Deluxe Lower Deck Suites. Furthermore, all rooms come with private ensuite bathrooms, individual climate control, monitor with media player and hair dryer.  Moreover, lower deck rooms come with a circular window and upper deck rooms have a panoramic view window. Enjoy our blog article on Cebu and the Visayas Islands.

Philippines Aggressor Diving

They have 7-10 day scuba diving itineraries to North, Central, & South Visayas. Plus, they have 360 trips around Cebu. Moreover, mid-March to mid-June they will go to Tubbataha where pristine reefs have been formerly viewed by very few. On the north trip, you'll visit sites such as Olango, Kalanggaman, Gato Island and Kintarkin. So, the Philippines Aggressor on the central trip may go to Camotes Poro, Anda, Limasawa, and over to Panaon Island and Sogod Bay. On the south trip you may visit Cabilao, Balicasag, Sumilion, Dauin, and Apo Island. The 360 trip will stop at some of the aforementioned sites, plus sites like Pescador and Maolboal on the eastern side of Cebu. The trip to Tubbataha Reefs entails diving at Jessie Beazley Reef, South Atoll, and North Atoll with dive sites such as Delsan Wreck, Triggerfish City, Shark Airport, and Wall Street. Plan on seeing sharks including thresher sharks and whale sharks. Turtles, tuna, and trevally are just some of the pelagics you will see intermixed with amazing coral reefs and wrecks stocked full of invertebrates.

Attractions and Activities

The restaurant on board the Philippines Aggressor has two long dining tables. Keep in mind that the Philippines Aggressor will not start until May of 2020. However, like many of the other aggressor fleet ships, Breakfast will be cooked to order and Lunch is buffet style. They will also have mid-morning snacks and mid-afternoon snacks. Dinner will be sit down with international cuisine and local traditional foods. So, they will also have soft drinks, water, coffee and tea, and a selection of beer and wine for dinner. For activities you can visit the sun deck, or hot tub, or lounge on the upper deck or open-air deck. You can also visit the spacious dive deck and prepare your camera or video gear for the next great dive.

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