BELIZE AGGRESSOR III I 21-28 DIC 2019 I LIGHTHOUSE REEF, HALF MOON CAY & TURNEFFE I BELIZE

BELIZE AGGRESSOR III I 21-28 DIC 2019 I LIGHTHOUSE REEF, HALF MOON CAY & TURNEFFE I BELIZE
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This vessel will blow you away with roomy cabins and fine dining. Spacious salon with karaoke, movies, games and a library. The sun deck has a hot tub, chaise lounges and a full bar service.



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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Languages spoken- English Spanish
  • Exciting diving in Belize - Largest barrier reef in the northern and western hemisphere
  • Dolphin, tarpon, sharks, eagle rays, abundant marine life & macro critters.
  • Blue hole - 124 meters deep, an incredible collapsed fresh water cave system
  • 4-5 dives per day - including night dives
  • Complimentary beer and wine
  • All levels of diver are welcome
  • Complete photo editing centre
  • Jacuzzi on sun deck

SERVICES

  • All dives from the spacious platform of the mothership
  • Camera Room Battery Charging Station Warm-Water Showers Fish Id And Diving Books Spacious Dive Deck
  • Tanks With Din Valves Din/Int Adapters Nitrox ($) Rental Equipment ($) Courses ($)
  • Air-Conditioning Lounge/TV Area Heating US Power Sockets Power Socket Adapters Board Games Movies Karaoke
  • Snorkeling Land Excursions
  • Buffet Vegetarian Food Snacks Alcohol – all inclusive
  • Payments on board -Visa Mastercard Cash

FOR YOUR SAFETY

  • Fire Alarm
  • Fire Extinguisher
  • Life Jackets
  • Life Rafts
  • Emergency Oxygen Kit
  • Automatic External Defibrillator (Aed)
  • First Aid Kits
  • Emergency Positioning Radio Beacon
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THE BELIZE AGGRESSOR III

The liveaboard Belize Aggressor III is 110 feet (33.528m) long and 72 feet (22m) wide. The vessel provides a wide range of diving to ensure your Dive Safari Holiday becomes a memorable experience. The M/V liveaboard Belize Aggressor III comfortably accommodates 18 Guests looked after by an attentive crew of 6 members.

AMENITIES

Boat facilities include a spacious Salon with full entertainment system, movies, library, fish identification sessions and games. The spacious Sun Deck features a Jacuzzi, chaise lounges and bar service.

OUR CABINS

All nine liveaboard cabins include a private head and shower, bathrobes and hair dryer. Individual climate control and TV/DVD. The liveaboard Belize Aggressor III has 3 types of cabins: Master Stateroom, Deluxe Stateroom and Deluxe Stateroom Bunk-style. Linens are changed mid-week and fresh towels are placed in each Stateroom as needed.

FOOD ON BOARD

Diving on the liveaboard Belize Aggressor III begins Sunday morning and ends Friday at lunch. The menu onboard is varied and plentiful, with a variety of American feasts, barbecues and local cuisine. You will awaken to fresh fruits, hot entrees, cereals and juices. Lunches are buffet-style, featuring hot soups, homemade breads, salads and sandwiches and/or entrees. Dinners are served at your table each evening and include salads, vegetables, seafood, beef or chicken with a fresh homemade dessert. Once onboard, please speak to the Chef about any special needs. Certain special dietary and beverage requests may not be available due to the remote nature of this location. The beverage selection includes fruit juices, soft drinks, iced water, iced tea, coffee, and a limited selection of local beer and wine, which are complimentary.

DIVING WITH US

Onboard the luxurious liveaboard Belize Aggressor III, you will languish in the warm and crystal clear water that has amazing visibility. Enjoy and explore some of the most exciting dive spots in the World - Half Moon Caye, Blue Hole, Turneffe and more. Named 1 of the 10 best dive sites in the world, Belize has it all, colourful corals, small creatures and larger species such as Dolphins, Sharks, Tarpon and Eagle Rays. After an exhilarating day diving aboard the liveaboard Belize Aggressor III, unwind on the Sundeck, in the Jacuzzi or at the Bar and enjoy fresh food and a drink.

DELUXE BUNK BED STATEROOM - LOWER DECK - #1

Two bunk-style single beds, no port window. All with private head and showers, individual climate control, monitor with media player and hair dryer.

  • Size: 7 m²
  • Beds: 2 Bunk Bed
  • Max occupancy: 2
  • Shareable: Yes
  • Private bathroom: Yes
  • Air Conditioning: Yes

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DELUXE STATEROOM -LOWER DECK - #2-8

There are two types of deluxe staterooms: #2 -8 have a double bed lower and twin bed upper (bed bunk style) with a port window. #1 has two bunk style single beds and no port window. All with private head and showers, hair dryer, individual climate control and TV/DVD.

  • Size: 7 m²
  • Beds: 1 Double and 1 Bunk
  • Max occupancy: 2
  • Shareable: Yes
  • Private bathroom: Yes
  • Air Conditioning: Yes

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MASTER STATEROOM - UPPER DECK - #9

This cabin has a double bed, private head and shower, closet, port window, individual climate control, hair dryer, monitor with media player and hair dryer.

  • Size: 8 m²
  • Beds: 1 Double
  • Max occupancy: 2
  • Shareable: No
  • Private bathroom: Yes
  • Air Conditioning: Yes

MOST RELEVANT INFORMATION

  • The trip begins in Belize and ends in Belize
  • The closest airport is Philip S W Goldson Intl (BZE)
  • There are two complimentary transfers provided by the Belize Aggressor from the airport to Belize City at approximate 12 pm and 4:30 pm
  • If you are already in Belize, please make your way to the Radisson Fort George Hotel any time between 15:00 and 18:00

EMBARKATION AND DEPARTURE

  • Check in on the boat is between 15:00 and 18:00.
  • The boat departs Belize at around 18:00 on the same day
  • The vessel is equipped with European (2 pin) power sockets, US power sockets, Power socket adapters
  • Accepted payment methods on board: Cash, VISA, Mastercard
  • DIN/INT adaptors are available on board
  • Towels and soap are included

ARRIVAL AND DISEMBARKATION

  • Your last dives will be on the second to last day in the morning
  • It is your responsibility to ensure you respect the 24 hour no-fly time after your last dive!
  • The boat docks back in Belize in the afternoon on the second to last day
  • Check out and disembarkation is around 08:00 on the last day.
  • There will be two complimentary shuttles to the airport at approximately 8:00 am and 12:00 pm.

EXTRA INFORMATION

  • There is a satellite phone onboard; however, it does not have a recorder.
  • Phone cards can be purchased onboard to make phone calls or send/receive e-mails.(Wi-Fi can only be accessed when the yacht is at the dock, not during the cruise)
  • You will be diving in water that averages 82°F in the summer months and approximately 78°F in the winter months.
  • Most guests make as many as 5 dives each day, so some sort of protection is needed.
  • A 1-3mm wetsuit or shorty is recommended year round

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Approx. 28 – 30 dives
  • Open Water with 20 log dives recommended
  • Belize is a wall diver's paradise. With more than 400 islands, white sandy beaches, the longest unbroken barrier reef in the western hemisphere and 298 kilometers/185 miles of coastline, Belize is a world-class scuba diving destination.
  • Diving begins Sunday morning and ends Friday before lunch when the yacht returns to port. With all dives from the mother ship, up to five dives a day are possible. Throughout the week there will be opportunities to go ashore for swimming, snorkeling and beach combing.
  • You will dive at Turneffe and Lighthouse Reef. 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

ITINERARY DESCRIPTION

DAY 1

  • Transfer to boat from Airport
  • Check in from 3pm
  • Meet the crew, Welcome briefing, Assign cabins, Prepare equipment
  • Departure around 6 pm

DAY 2 - 6

  • Diving the best dive sites in Belize

Dive sites

Angel Fish Wall - Many friendly Grey angel fish give this site its name. The top of the wall teems with small fish. Eagle rays and an occasional shark cruise the wall. Aquarium A sheer drop-off begins around 30’, with an abundance of fish life at the top. Comical groupings of spotted truck fish are often seen on top of the wall, and the very corner of this reef is a very good place to see reef sharks, big black groupers, swirling schools of horse eyed jacks and hawksbill or green sea turtles.

Black Beauty - Known for sightings of turtles and eagle rays, this area features long mounds of coral with sandy bottom channels.

Blue Hole - The world’s largest blue hole, it was made famous by Jacques Cousteau in the 1970’s. The first shelf of this collapsed underground cavern begins at 33 m. Here stalactites descend from the ceiling. A healthy reef exists around the edge of the blue hole and is home to an abundance of sea life.

Cathedral  - Colorful formations resembling cathedral steeples with sandy cuts in between signify this site. This site is home to many black groupers and jacks, as well as three species of angel fish, scorpion fish, several varieties of eels and silver sides. Spanish dancers are sometimes sighted on the night dives.

Eagle Ray Wall - More arrow blennies that you will probably see anywhere else, plus loads of decorator crabs.

Elbow  - This advanced dive boasts one of the best opportunities to see large pelagics such as eagle rays and reef and hammerhead sharks. Strong currents are often present.

Elk Horn Forest - Located on the east side of Long Caye, the shallows grow large mounds of lettuce leaf coral that projects towards the depths. In the shallows are elk horn corals inhabited by numerous species of juvenile fish.

Grand Bogue - This site is home to the elusive white spotted, white lined and large-eyed toadfish. 

Half Moon Caye - Weather Permitting, the Belize Aggressor III anchors just off the caye. Guests are shuttled to the island and enjoy a relaxing walk along the beach to the bird sanctuary. Here you can observe red footed booby birds and frigate birds from observation deck built at the canopy level. Located on the east end of the island is an historic light house built in 1848, which by the way is the lighthouse for which the atoll is named. The guests may have the opportunity to snorkel with several nurse sharks around the docks of this tropical island.

Half Moon Caye Wall - Marked by tunnels and grooves which slope down toward the open water, several different species of grouper and snapper can be seen in the tunnels. Just off the wall, one can spot eagle rays, sharks and turtles.

Long Caye Wall - Named for a protruding ridge of reefs and numerous swim throughs with grooves which cut the wall running directly to the open sea.

Painted Wall - There are many clusters of small painted tunicates. These walls have shallows inhabited by species of parrot fish, black durgeon, queen trigger fish, and many more.

Que Brada - Named for a cut in the reef (the wall and shallows), this is an extremely sheer and active stretch of wall. Because it projects out into the current, the extra flow of plankton around it supports an incredibly rich diversity of marine animals.

Silver Caves - The large swim through is frequently inhabited by thousands of silver sides, lots of big black groupers collect under the boat, as do the ubiquitous school of horse-eyed jacks, yellow tailed snappers, and Creole wrasses.

Tarpon Caves - This vertical wall is covered with huge yellow tube sponges, black coral trees and monster barrel sponges projecting from the many small ledges. This dive site features several tunnels and chimneys in which tarpon and grouper like to hide.

Triple Anchor - Look for big Barrel Sponges, Eagle Rays and a cleaning station. 

West Point 1 & 2 - The visibility at these sites is highly dependent upon winds and tides, but the labyrinth of reef buttresses makes this site great even when visibility is down.

Wreck of the Sayonara - Remains of a 50’ boat with coral growth around the wreck and numerous barrel sponges, along with many other sponge varieties.

DAY 7

  • Last day diving, 2 or 3 dives
  • Arrival at port around 4 pm
  • On this night, the crew hosts a sunset cocktail party at 5:30 pm followed by dinner ashore

DAY 8

  • Check out last day morning at 8:00 am
  • Guests are transferred to the Belize Airport or a local hotel.

INCLUDED

  • Full board, including water, tea, coffee, juices, snacks between meals and after dives, soft drinks, local beer & wine
  • Dive guides
  • Airport group transfer to/from the boat

NOT INCLUDED

  • Port fees, cruising tax and park fees (110 USD per trip)
  • Nitrox (100 USD per trip)
  • Tips for the crew (recommended)
  • Dinner ashore last night of trip
  • Rental equipment full set 175 USD per trip
  • Courses

CANCELLATION POLICY

What if I need to cancel my booking?

  • Your reservation request is obligation free and you can cancel anytime within the first 72 hours. During this time you can easily find matching flights and get answers from our reservations team to any further questions you may have.
  • After you have confirmed and paid for your reservation, the following cancellation policy applies:
  • 20% of the total booking amount will be charged if you cancel more than 120 days prior to arrival
  • 40% will be charged if you cancel between 120 and 91 days prior to arrival
  • 100% will be charged if you cancel less than 91 days prior to arrival
  • In case of cancellation the refund will be transferred to your bank account, credit card or paypal account within 10 business days

BEFORE TRAVELLING

  • Make sure you meet the country's requirements corresponding to your nationality make sure your passport is valid at least six months after the date you plan to visit the country
  • Diving insurance is mandatory for divers of all ages on all of our trips: bring your certificate as proof
  • It is strongly recommended to have travel insurance that is appropriate for the type of diving holidays you are going to do
  • Check the electrical standards (such as which plugs are used) in your destination country before travelling and bring the appropriate adaptor if necessary.
  • The itinerary and the number of dives are indicative and are subject to weather conditions and conditions: safety is always first
  • All divers must provide their diving certification card
  • Diving computers are compulsory
  • Local rates, fuel surcharges, distance rates, port fees, etc. may change without notice due to changes in government policy, changes in the price of oil, etc.
  • The changes are beyond our control and the increases must be paid if the boat requests them. We will endeavor to inform you of any changes as soon as possible. A change in these rates does not entitle you to cancel the trip.

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