The Belize Aggressor IV is part of the worldwide Aggressor Fleet liveaboards and, as anyone who has experienced a cruise with Aggressor Fleet knows, you can expect high levels of service and reliability. It is a large and stable 138 foot motor boat that accommodates up 20 guests. At a top speed of 14 knots you can be whisked from one great Belize dive site to another in next to no time.
These liveaboard safaris depart from Belize City, ideally taking in the south of Turneffe Atoll, Long Caye, the Great Blue Hole and Half Moon Caye at Lighthouse Reef. Nitrox is available so you can maximize your time underwater, and there is 16 foot 'deco bar' to assist scuba divers make their safety stops. These are especially useful when you consider that the Belize Aggressor IV makes up to 5 dives per day.
Photographers will appreciate the charging station, camera rinse tanks and camera table. The non-slip dive deck also features a toilet and hot showers for those who like to rinse off soon after surfacing. All divers are welcomed back onboard the boat after a dive with hot towels and fresh orange slices.
Most of the cabins on the main deck - each with a large seaview window, en-suite bathroom, flat screen LCD TV and DVD player, and air-conditioning. Bed arrangements are double or twin; there are no cramped bunk bed staterooms on this boat.
The saloon features full entertainment facilities: TV, DVD, music system, PC and Mac. Wine and beer are complimentary onboard. There is also plenty of reading material, both marine and general interest. Considered one of the most spacious of the fleet, Belize Aggressor IV has plenty of room in which to relax including the sun deck, shaded upper deck and air conditioned saloon.
To dive Belize in liveaboard luxury and style, the Belize Aggressor IV is a great option.
Dive experience: When guests compete their Cruise Application they affirm that they are fit to dive in the destination that they have applied for. “Fit to dive” implies physical fitness, dive skills, and dive experience. The best person to judge that is the diver themselves. To use criteria such as certification level or number of dives is not appropriate. Divers are expected to accept personal responsibility for their fitness to dive.
Cruise price per person includes: Cabin accommodation with air-conditioning, breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, water, soft drinks, hot drinks, local wine and beer, return transfers to the boat from Belize City airport on dates of boat departure and return, dives (as detailed in the trips above), experienced English-speaking divemaster(s), tanks, weights and weightbelts, torches.
Cruise price per person excludes (mandatory, unless customer provides own): Scuba equipment rental ((includes BCD, regulator, computer, night dive light, mask, fins, snorkel) 7 nights - US$ 175, 10 nights US$ 260) for the trip, port and park fees US$ 130 (7 nights), US$ 185 (10 nights), diving insurance, restaurant meal on final evening. With effect from 1 April 2022, a fuel surcharge of US$ 150 per person will apply to all cruises. Unless otherwise stated, all the listed items need to be paid on arrival (cash or credit card).
Optional extras: Alcoholic drinks (outside of meals), 12 liter nitrox fills for enriched air certified divers (US$ 100 for the 7 night trips and US$ 150 for the 10 night trips). Unless otherwise stated, all the listed items need to be paid on arrival.
How to get there: The Belize Aggressor IV departs every Saturday from the Radisson Fort George Hotel Dock. Guests will be transported in an air-conditioned van to the yacht. For more information see our Belize travel information section. The first and last nights of the itinerary are spent in the harbor. The last dive of the trip will be at around 11:00 hrs the day before disembarkation. Please wait at least 18 hours before flying after diving.
Non-diver rate: US$ 200 off the full published price (does not apply to specials).
Single supplement (if you do not want to share accommodation): This is optional - single travelers may choose to share a stateroom or pay a supplement of 65% of the normal published price for a single occupancy cabin.
Dive clubs and group discounts: Pay for 8 guests and 1 additional person can join the cruise in a Deluxe stateroom free of charge (total 9+ guests).
Whole boat charter rate (per night): Pay for 18 guests and 2 additional persons can join the cruise in a Deluxe stateroom free of charge.
The Belize Aggressor IV has 10 staterooms. There are 8 Deluxe twin/double bed staterooms with 2 twin beds or 1 king bed. The 2 Master double bed staterooms have queen beds and large windows. All staterooms are on the main deck except 1 Deluxe twin/double bed stateroom with porthole on the lower deck. All these staterooms have private bathrooms and entertainment systems. Staterooms have a daily turn-down service and guests receive a stateroom wake-up coffee service.
The lower deck stateroom is larger than the main deck staterooms but lacks a seaview window.
All the staterooms have:
Individual control air-conditioning
Toilet and hot water shower, and basin, toiletries, hairdryer, bathrobe and towels
TV and DVD player
Sea-view windows or portholes
Wardrobe and mirror
2-pin US style electric sockets 110 volts - 24 hours per day
Enriched air nitrox - Underwater camera rentals - Padded dive deck & platform, 2 hot water showers, toilet & plenty of rinse tanks - Camera table, charging station and rinse tank - Air-conditioned saloon and dining area with large screen TV, video (popcorn provided) and music - Water dispenser - Computer PC & Mac, internet (extra charge), printer and CD burner - Movie library, fish ID books, diving magazines and general reading books - Satellite telephone - Upper deck shaded area with bar, seating area & BBQ grill - Carpetted sundeck with sun beds, hammocks & shaded area - Boutique with branded T-shirts, rash vests, fleeces, vests, shorts etc
The Belize Aggressor IV's onboard chef prepares a menu of international dishes made with a touch of Central American flair, all washed down with complimentary beer and wine. The chef has earned an enviable reputation as the best among the whole Aggressor fleet!
Central American and international meals, as well as a BBQ.
Dinners are 4 course meals served in the indoor air-conditioned dining area.
Continental pre-breakfast, cooked breakfast, lunch and dinner, with snacks throughout the day.
Coffee, tea, soft drinks, wine, beer, drinking water, fruit, cookies are provided free of charge.
The dining service begins with dinner on the first evening.
"Very helpful crew, all very friendly, obviously worked together for years. The boat was well maintained, we had a lovely cabin serviced twice a day. Chef Jerry was amazing. I don't know how those brilliant dinners were concocted in the kitchen. Diving off the back platform easy and staff helped to put on fins. We couldn't believe that the captain would also help on the dive deck!! System with warmed towels was efficient. The tank filling was down to a fine art." - Susan Davenport, United Kingdom, 3 October 2021 ...
"Very good service from the Belize Aggressor 4. Friendly staff and regular tasty meals, and plenty of dives." - Tom Pepper, United Kingdom, 18 May 2017 ...
"Equipment worked very well. Was in good condition. Staff was
Great. Very impressed. The "fintastic service" and back rubs following a dive were phenomenal. Facilities were good. Nice to have own shower and separate toilet. Nice rooms. Clean. Beds made daily and turndown service." - Curtis Ronning, Canada, 04 January 2017 ...
"We were very impressed with the Belize Aggressor IV liveaboard in Belize. Boat, diving and service was excellent. We go on such trips to do a lot of diving and that is what they offer...5 dives a day on most days if conditions allow." - Roz Haines, United Kingdom, 15 January 2014 ...
"I felt pampered with all the service. They would not even let me get my own hot towel after a dive, they had to get it and wrap it around my shoulders." - Don Ostapovitch, Australia, 1 October 2013 ...
"Staff were excellent - a very good liveaboard crew. Facilities were good, nitrox fills consistent and dive site choice good. The strongest criticism I would have is that I don't believe that open water divers should be qualified on liveaboards." - Su Thomas, British Virgin Islands, 1 July 2012 ...
Middle Budget Options
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