MV Palau Aggressor II Liveaboard Review

Check prices
Have you dived on this boat? Rate it!
1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
(26 votes, 3.15/5)
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Standard Cost

MV Palau Aggressor II dive boat review

The MV Palau Aggressor II is one of the imposing vessels of the worldwide Aggressor Fleet of vessels. The company, based in the USA, has worldwide facilities and experience.


Diving in Palau is known to be some of the best on the planet and offers year-round diving. The marine life is some of the best available. So, even for the most experienced and seasoned diver, there are breathtaking encounters on offer. The 250 islands that comprise Palau are home to intricate macro-life, lush corals and huge schools of sweetlips and unicorn fish. Hoping to see something larger? There’s always a chance of some shark or ray action.


The MV Palau Aggressor II is 32m long and designed specifically for purpose in accordance with Aggressor Fleet Standards.


Palau has been an Aggressor Fleet destination since 1990. With a dive crew of 6 people to attend to your needs and a vessel built to comply with the stringent US Coast Guard standards you’re assured of a safe voyage.



Palau Aggressor II is slightly larger than her immediate peer, Ocean Hunter III, which is 29m long. However, she also accommodates 2 more guests.

You can check the availability and prices for this Boat here.

Cabins and Boat Layout


Palau Agressor II is able to comfortably accommodate 18 guests.


There are no less than 8 Deluxe Staterooms on the vessel. And a marginally smaller 1 Double Stateroom.


mv palau aggressor II floor plan liveaboard review


Each Deluxe Stateroom features a queen-sized double bed with single bunk above, a private shower, head and wardrobe. In addition there is climate control and a hair dryer.


The Double Stateroom has similar features and is located adjacent to the dive deck.


All cabins are located on the main deck. Moving upstairs to the upper deck you’ll discover a wet bar where you can relax, chill and enjoy a cold beer or cocktail at the end of a day’s scuba action.


mv palau aggressor II cabin liveaboard review

MV Palau Aggressor II Cabin


There is a soft and inviting saloon area where you may choose to relax on a sofa, read a book or watch a movie on the TV. There is a spacious dining and buffet area next to the galley where the onboard chef will serve a combination of western and local cuisine. There is no danger of getting hungry! Also, snacks, soft drinks, tea, coffee and beer are complimentary.


mv palau aggressor II bar liveaboard review

Enjoying a drink after a day’s diving!


Moving to the top deck there are sun loungers and hammocks for those relaxing surface intervals. The sun deck is partially covered and you have the option to nap in the shade or simply take in the view as you cruise to your next destination.


Diving onboard Palau Aggressor II


The diving all takes place from the accompanying dive skiff that acts as a chase boat. Following you briefing it will drop you in exactly the right place at the right time – allowing you to maximize your diving experience.


mv palau aggressor II jacuzzi liveaboard review


The vessel has a nitrox membrane system which provides gas mixes to qualification and dive site; allowing those qualified to extend bottom time and stay fresh.


mv palau aggressor II diving dhoni liveaboard review

Get dropped at the right place at the right time!


There can be strong currents in Palau. We highly recommend divers bring safety items such as a Dive Alert and DSMB. Dive computers are mandatory to ensure safe repetive diving.




Itineraries vary depending on the season and the prevailing conditions – taking in reefs, wrecks and even, sometimes, the famous jellyfish lake!


Palau Aggressor II Voyages are typically 8 days. Expect to pay around EUR2,512 for this length trip. This equates to 245/day. However, please note that this does not include some extras such as port/marine park fees and equipment rental. Please contact us for further details.

More information about the diving sites in Palau here and about the Palau Diving Liveaboard.

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.

Yap & Chuuk (Truk)

Yap for the Manta Rays or Chuuk for the shipwrecks? So hard too choose!

Yap & Chuuk (Truk) Diving Review


Palau is within the coral triangle and is one of the “Seven Underseas Wonders of the World".

Palau Diving Review

Other Liveaboard Reviews in Micronesia & Palau

SS Thorfinn

One of the most imposing and impressive

SS Thorfinn Liveaboard Review

MV Solitude One

MV Solitude One is a liveaboard owned an

MV Solitude One Liveaboard Review

SY Palau Siren

The SY Palau Siren liveaboard is a beaut

SY Palau Siren Liveaboard Review

Truk Master

The Truk Master Liveaboard now offers di

Truk Master Liveaboard Review

MV Ocean Hunter III

MV Ocean Hunter III is the most recent a

MV Ocean Hunter III Liveaboard Review

MV Discovery Adventure

The MV Discovery Adventure is a liveaboa

MV Discovery Adventure Liveaboard Review

MY PalauSport

The Palau Sport is a 38 liveaboard opera

MY PalauSport Liveaboard Review

MV Ocean Hunter I

For smaller groups and a bespoke, more i

MV Ocean Hunter I Liveaboard Review

Dive spots reviews in Micronesia & Palau

No dive sites reviews found

Your Liveaboard Reviews

No Liveaboard Review yet on this page, please comment if you have been on the MV Palau Aggressor II cruise.

Have you been on this liveaboard cruise? Rate it!
1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
(26 votes, 3.15/5)

Have you been on this liveaboard?

Other divers will appreciate to see your feedback about this cruise!

How was the boat and service on-board, the accommodation, the itinerary, and the diving? Your email address will not be published.