MV Belize Aggressor IV Liveaboard Review

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MV Belize Aggressor IV dive boat review

Aggressor Fleet, based in the USA, has worldwide facilities and experience. They have liveaboard offerings in the vast majority of the globe’s best scuba diving locations. All of their vessels – including the MV Belize Aggressor IV (formally Sun Dancer II) – are purpose built and maintained to Aggressor Fleet’s demanding standards, their reputation making them one of the most popular operators with customers around the world. They have been operating in Belize since 2002.


Belize, off the eastern coast of Central America is one of the smallest nations in the region. Belize features more than 400 islands and the longest unbroken reef in the western hemisphere. Probably most famous for the Blue Hole, Belize also features other world class diving destinations such as The Elbow, Long Caye Wall, Silk Cayes Canyon and Stann Creek District where, for some lucky divers, you may spot a Whale Shark in addition to the wealth of other life in Belize’s rich waters.



The MV Belize Aggressor IV is an impressive 138ft/42m long, 26ft/8m in beam and built to the stringent Lloyd’s Registry and American Bureau of Shipping standards. She has a whole raft of safety equipment onboard – everything from emergency oxygen to lift rafts – which is reassuringly safe. She is slightly larger than her sister ship MV Belize Aggressor III and offers an exceptional stability.

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Cabins and Boat Layout


Belize Aggressor IV is a luxurious vessel able to comfortably accommodate 20 guests in opulent conditions.


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There are 2 cabin options which break down as follows:


  • Cabin No.1 – Deluxe Stateroom No.1 is the largest cabin on the vessel. It features one king-sized bed or two two twin beds, depending on your circumstances. There are private head and shower facilities, portholes to the view outside, mirrored wardrobe/cabinet, bathrobes, hairdryer, fresh towels daily and complimentary toiletries. There are also individual air-conditioning controls and TV/Media for when you’re relaxing in your cabin.
  • Cabin No’s 4-10 – Deluxe Staterooms that are marginally smaller than Cabin No.1 but feature the same amenities and features.
  • Cabin No’s 2-3 – Master Staterooms. These are marginally smaller and feature a queen-sized bed. However, the other conveniences remain.


There’s a salon area outside the cabins where you can relax, read a book or watch a movie on the TV. For photographers, there’s a special camera room with a table and charge point.


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Master Stateroom


A spacious dining and buffet area next to the galley is visited 3 times a day where the chef prepares a combination of delicious local foods made with fresh ingredients combined with more traditional western sustenance. Still hungry? There are snacks available throughout the day to nibble on before and after each dive. Soft drinks, tea and coffee and always available too.


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Deluxe Stateroom


Moving to the top deck there are sun loungers for those relaxing surface intervals as you off-gas and reflect on what you’ve seen as the gaze into the blue skies and equally blue waters. The sun deck is also partially covered and you have the option to nap in the shade.


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Relax in the salon


Diving onboard Belize Aggressor IV


The vessel has support dinghies for safety and a nitrox membrane system which provides gas mixes to qualification and dive site; allowing those qualified to extend bottom time and stay fresh. And you’ll need it – the Belize Aggressor IV offers up to an amazing 5 dives a day!


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Relaxing on the sun deck




Leaving Belize City every Saturday, itineraries usually are of 7 nights and aims to take in the best diving the area has to offer.


Expect to pay around EUR2,488 for this length trip. This equates to 314/day. However, please note that this does not include some extras such as port/marine park fees, diving insurance and equipment rental. Please contact us for further details.

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.


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One Liveaboard feedback for “MV Belize Aggressor IV

  1. Ship is falling apart and the rental equipment is dangerous. Food and staff were good. I would not recommend this liveaboard to a friend!

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