Fantastic crew, lots of good food and pretty good diving too
- Service 10
- Guiding & Safety 10
- Food & drinks 9
- Cabins & Facilities 6
Formerly known as the Carib Dancer, the Bahamas Aggressor is a quality vessel that is now an official member of the Aggressor Fleet.
The Bahamas Aggressor can accommodate 14 passengers on board. There are several types of rooms, such as deluxe rooms with a double bed and a twin bed, and quad cabins with 4 bunk-style beds, which are perfect if you are traveling with family or friends. All cabins have private showers, air conditioning, and a hair dryer. The boat’s lounge is spacious, and every diver can relax comfortably after a day of diving. The guests onboard the Bahamas Aggressor liveaboard can use the small library, watch TV, or chat with other divers there. Enjoy the gorgeous view or watch sunsets on the boat’s sun deck.
The dive deck on the Bahamas Aggressor has space for every diver on board, with personal lockers for gear. Divers can use the showers on the deck for quick rinsing after dives. The boat has a big camera table for maintaining photography equipment. Suited for photographers With its walls, coral reefs, and lots of different fish to encounter, the Bahamas is one of the best diving destinations for photographers. The Bahamas Aggressor has a large camera table where you can maintain your cameras. You can rent all the equipment that you need on board, including a TG-4 camera and underwater housing.
The Bahamas Aggressor diving itineraries include visiting the Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park, one of the world's most extraordinary marine parks. The crystal-clear waters of this diving destination are full of coral reefs and fish like angelfish and butterflyfish. You can also see sharks, eagle rays, and stingrays here, and plenty of macro creatures.
When to go
You can dive year round. Hurricane season is June through November.
A perfect combination of safety and fun, the Bahamas Aggressor is a great choice for your vacation. The boat’s experienced team will show you all the best dive sites in the Bahamas