The vertical, huge walls; the clear, turquoise water; and of course, the amazing Blue Hole have made Belize a prime SCUBA diving destination, with some beautiful and surprising sights lying under the water surface. Join the Belize Aggressor III for a liveaboard dive trip that will take you to the best spots in the region.
The second largest barrier reef in the world, the Mesoamerican Barrier reef, lays in the Caribbean sea, between the Yucatan peninsula in Mexico and Honduras. About 300 out of the 900 km stretch of coral reef are just off of the Belize coastline. Which make it one of the best places for exploring and enjoying a SCUBA diving vacation.
The currents along the magnificent walls of the Belize barrier reef keep the waters clear and the visibility great, as well as bringing nutrients and life that sustain the local ecosystem. A variety of hard and soft coral, sponges and over 500 species of fish inhabit the UNESCO world heritage site, among unique and unmatched seascapes and formations.
One of the most famous dive sites in the world, the Great Blue Hole is situated in Belize, and is one of the stops on the Belize Aggressor III liveaboard itinerary. The geological phenomenon was created was created tens of thousands of years ago, when sea levels were much lower, and evidence in the form of stalactites and stalagmites can be seen during the dive in this fantastic location. Sharks and tropical fish are often sighted on the shallow drop-off reef and a large amount of coral is found in and around the hole.
Your 7 night adventure with Belize Aggressor III starts on Saturday with a free shuttle from the Belize City international airport to Radisson Ft. George dock where check-in and boarding the ship commences, at around 3pm. Once everyone boards, the boat will depart for the first overnight anchorage. From Sunday morning and through to noon on Friday you can enjoy unlimited diving (4-5 dives per day) in some of the best dive sites in the area, including Lighthouse reef, Half Moon caye, Painted wall and Quebrada, as well as the Blue Hole and Turneffe atoll. On Friday, before lunch, the boat will start making its way back to Belize City and from around 1pm you'll have the opportunity to explore and enjoy the town or go on land excursions (not included in fare). At 5:30pm the crew hosts a cocktail sunset party on-board and dinner is at a local restaurant (the only meal not included in charter price). Check-out is on Saturday morning by 8am and complimentary transfers back to the airport are available.
Meals and snacks
Beverages (water, soft drinks, coffee, tea, juice, local beer and wine)
Transfers to and from airport
Filled tanks, weights and belts
Port and park fees ($110 USD, to be paid on board)
Nitrox ($100 USD, optional)
Friday night dinner
Courses and certifications
Gear rental (SCUBA and photography gear available)
End of trip DVD
The Belize Aggressor III leaves from Radisson Ft. George dock in Belize City, Belize on Saturday. On date of departure, complimentary transfer to the boat is arranged by Belize Aggressor III on prior request. Transfers available from Belize City international airport (BZE) at noon and at 4:30pm. Or you can take a taxi for about $25 USD. Check in begins at 3pm and the ship departs Once all guests are on-board.
The ship is scheduled to return to port on Friday afternoon, 1-2pm. A sunset cocktail party is held by the crew on-board at 5:30pm and dinner is at a local restaurant on shore (this is the only meal not included in the charter price). Check out is at 8am on Saturday morning. Transfers to airport are complimentary.
Proof of dive certification is essential for any SCUBA diving activities. Also a Guest Information form, filled prior to boarding, is a must. The use of dive computers is mandatory.
Diving, travel, medical and luggage insurance is highly recommended.
Sea-sickness/motion-sickness remedies are also recommended.
The Belize Aggressor III accepts cash, MasterCard and Visa. No personal checks or travelers checks.
US style 110V power outlets are available on-board.
The use of drones is not permitted in Belize.
For cancellations made: 121 days prior to departure, 20% of full price is forfeited; 120-91 days prior to departure, 40% of full price is forfeited; Cancellations made 90 days or less prior to departure are non refundable.