Belize Aggressor 3 Liveaboard Review

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Belize Aggressor 3 dive boat review

Boat Review

Cruising at a top speed of 12 knots, this luxurious 34 metre Belize liveaboard departs Belize City on Saturdays all throughout the year. Air-conditioned cabins can accommodate up to 18 adventurous divers, all with sea-view windows, en-suite bathroom, TV/DVD player and modern amenities!

Refurbished in 2007, Belize Aggressor 3 is equipped with a large bar, a partially shaded sun deck and a spacious salon where divers can relax. The dive deck is well equipped including dedicated rinse tanks for cameras & scuba dive gear, personal gear lockers for air or nitrox fill stations, plus a built-in camera table. There is also a saloon with comfy chairs, light table and entertainment centre. Sumptuous local Caribbean, international dishes and even a tasty BBQ can be enjoyed in the dining area served buffet style.

Belize Aggressor 3 also offers Scuba Diving certification courses including underwater photography and videography. Expect comfort, quality service and an unforgettable liveaboard experience with Aggressor 3!

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Belize Aggressor 3 boat on board facilities and services:

  • Enriched air nitrox
  • Motorised dinghy
  • Dive deck & platform with space for 25 divers, hot water showers, toilet and rinse tank
  • Computer, CD burner & chargeable internet facility
  • Movie library, fish books, games and diving magazines
  • Satellite telephone
  • Water dispenser

Aggressor 3 boat Budget Range/Rate: Starts at US$ 2,495 for a 7 night tour

Customer Review

“Me and my friends love diving and each year we always make it a point to organize at least two dive trips, wherein one of it is our dive trip in Belize. For that trip, we decided to book on the Aggressor III. We had 5 dives a day that includes night dives (all of which were excellent I should say!) and 2 more dives on our last day. Although dive in the blue hole is a bit disappointing, nonetheless, the dive trip as a whole was great as most of the dive site’s coral reefs were in excellent condition and overall visibility was fine.

The captain and the crew were amazing. The diving, accommodations, food, staff were all above average.

The cabins of Aggressor III are luxurious and with TV. Me and my friends love the hot showers on the dive platform. We also love the hot towels after each dive!

And the food? Food was superb and excellent! The snacks after each dive are highly recommended and commendable! The boat has a lot of beverages to choose from. The crews were very accommodating and nice. They even accommodated our request to eat (and drink a bit of their draught beer) after our night dives.

Overall, our dive trip in Belize with the Aggressor III was a great and enjoyable one!

I would definitely go back in a heartbeat.”

Josh, UK, 2015

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One Liveaboard feedback for “Belize Aggressor 3

  1. My cousin went to Belize last year for a birthday diving trip. He told me that his diving trip was an amazing experience and that Belize Aggressor III was the best choice of liveaboard when in Belize.

    Late last year, I planned to go to Belize this January and dive the Blue Hole. Since it’s my very first experience on a liveaboard and the fact that my cousin already got the experience aboard the Aggressor III, I opted to book on it. And I should say that I really love and enjoyed the experience even I was without my favorite dive buddy and bestfriend, my wife.

    Aside from the dives, I also attended the on-board photo workshop, which was fun and exciting since I had my new underwater camera with me and I also wanted to take better underwater photos.

    As to the boat’s crew, they were very friendly and very accommodating. As to the boat, my assigned cabin was nice. Food was great, flavorful and tasty. The meals are served buffet style for breakfast and lunch that I think I gained weight after staying there for a week. Hahaha!

    And what’s even more surprising were their complementary Aggressor-labeled wine and local beer, which were very good. Should you need hot water, there is plenty of it onboard. The dining area, which is located on the bow of the boat, was comfortable enough even if at times it can be a bit crowded.

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