Maldives Aggressor II Liveaboard Review

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Maldives Aggressor II dive boat review

The Maldives Aggressor II is a 41 meters / 135ft liveaboard exploring the dreamy atolls of the Maldives. The yacht was thoroughly renovated in 2017 and offers a lavish and comfortable layout inside and out. Indeed, with plenty of itineraries departing from Male, the Maldives Aggressor II, and its diving dhoni are a safe value for a diving cruise in the Maldives.


The cabins

The Maldives Aggressor II can welcome up to 22 guests on-board its scuba diving cruises. Indeed, the spacious boat includes 11 staterooms, each equipped with air-conditioning, a private ensuite bathroom, and much more. There are different categories and layouts available for the rooms, all depending on your needs and budget.

The rooms on the Maldives Aggressor II feature either double beds or twin beds, making the accommodation flexible for everyone. Plus, you will find power outlets, storage, and closet space as well as a window or porthole in each room.

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Maldives Aggressor II’s On-board Facilities

The Maldives Aggressor II displays a spacious indoor salon which extends into a lavish dining room. You will be please with the modern decor and sizable windows letting in all the natural light.

Moreover, there is an ample sundeck space onboard the vessel. Indeed, one of the sundecks is partially covered and has a seated lounge area complete with a bar. Please bear in mind, of course, that when you take a drink you become a sunbather for the rest of the day! Also, the menu is a combination of western and local flavors, but the cooks can adapt to any specific dietary requirement.

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Vessel Layout

Diesel-powered with a twin-engine, the Maldives Aggressor II cruises at 12 knots quite effortlessly. Also, the vessel is equipped with all the safety equipment to be expected and built up to the standards of Lloyd’s Registry and American Bureau of Shipping.

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Scuba Diving with the Maldives Aggressor II

All diving from the Aggressor boat is done from the dhoni – Maldivian word for a diving tender – which operates as a fully equipped diving platform. Indeed, this leaves the main boat clean and more spacious while insuring easy access closer to the dive sites onboard the dhoni. You will find individual gear locker and stations, a camera table, separate rinse tanks, and much more on the diving tender. Plus, the Maldives Aggressor II features both air and nitrox compressors, so you can maximize your bottom time.

maldives aggressor diving cruise liveaboardScuba diving in the Maldives is definitely one of the best experience you can hope for as a diver, but keep in mind that marine currents are prevalent in the area. Indeed, make sure that you have the level and skills before you book such a trip… it will not only make it safer but also more enjoyable for you!

Price starts at 3,010$US for an 8 days/7 nights diving cruise

Where does this liveaboard dive boat go?

Check out the fabulous places where this dive boat travels to.
Note: some destinations may not be listed below, please enquire for more details.

destination of the month


Great Drift Dives, amazing place for underwater photography. Good chance of spotting Manta Rays and Whale Sharks!

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  1. There were 20 of us on the MV Maldives Agressor but the boat crews were always happy assisting us. I met them first in the Male airport where they greeted us and advised us of our schedule to transfer on the boat on the same day. We had a lovely dinner where everybody got introduced to the crew. To my delight, dinner was great and I had a very sound sleep after.

    My room on board MV Maldives Agressor was air conditioned and had a private bathroom. They also provided the hair dryer. We woke up early at 6 am for a light breakfast and we had a briefing before our first dive.

    Each day we had four dives. We went around with a large dhoni that also carried our oxygen tanks. The crew was always assistive in taking care of our equipments. On board, we had a camera rinsing stations, chargers and a camera table for our convenience.

    On some occasions, we had to use a reef anchor due to strong currents but it was no biggie. We were always excited to discover what we could find underwater. There were groupers, tuna, giant trevallies, turtles, wrasse, manta rays, frogfish, moray eels, bat fishes and sharks.

    One of my favorite dive spot was the Broken Rock that looked like a rock split in half if you look at it on a map. We had to enter the canyon one by one. It was covered by soft corals and there were beautiful fan corals too.

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