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Turks & Caicos Aggressor II

About Turks & Caicos Aggressor II

Turks & Caicos Aggressor II is a 120ft long scuba diving liveaboard yacht. They have 9 air conditioned staterooms for a total of 18 guests. The 1 master and 6 deluxe staterooms have private bathrooms. The two twin staterooms have a shared bathroom. Enjoy our blog article on the Turks & Caicos.

Turks & Caicos Aggressor II Diving

The itinerary changes depending on the time of year. Most scuba diving trips are 7 days long and last from Saturday to Saturday. The vessel typically travels to the west end of Providenciales (Provo). Then down to West Caicos. Finally they travel over to French Cay before returning home. Along the way, Turks & Caicos Aggressor II will stop and some days dive up to 5 times, but average around 27 dives for the week. Since there are only 2 dozen dive sites out here, plan to dive a few of the dive sites twice or more (including night Dives), but this really isn't problem for most divers, as the dive sites are large. So, on some dive sites you will head north or west, and on the next dive go south or east. Some sites include: Shark Hotel, Black Forest, The Dome, Elephant Ear Canyon, Gullies, Rock & Roll, and G Spot.

Attractions and Activities

On board the Turks & Caicos Aggressor II, the Salon is where most of the meeting, greeting, and eating takes place. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner buffet style. Soft drinks, beer, and wine are complimentary. Between dives, the sundeck and covered deck are popular spots. After a day of diving, activities move to the Jacuzzi, wet bar, and lounge area. The Photo lab with a digital video and still image editing computer is another hot spot between dives. The Turks & Caicos Aggressor II also has a few trips each year that are 10 days long. We should mention that from January to Mid-April, the ship moves down to the Silver Banks so guests can swim with the humpback whales. Dolphins, turtles, mantas, rays and sharks are just icing on the cake.

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