The nice trip!
The ocean was pleasant. Not very modern boat. It wasn't ventilation in toilet it Quad Stateroom. That's uncomfortable.
- Service 10
- Guiding & Safety 10
- Food & drinks 10
- Cabins & Facilities 8
The Kona Aggressor II liveaboard is a member of the Aggressor Fleet and offers stunning trips to Hawaii.
The Kona Aggressor II promises all 14 passengers comfort on board. There are deluxe cabins that have one double bed and a twin bed. For those who travel in the company of friends or family, the Kona Aggressor II offers quad rooms. All the cabins have air conditioning and private showers and are equipped with hair dryers. The boat’s lounge area is combined with the dining area. It has comfortable seating and the passengers of the Kona Aggressor II liveaboard can relax there after dives and chat with each other. The lounge also has an entertainment system and a small library. Guests who want to stay outside can enjoy the gorgeous view from the boat’s sun deck. There are numerous lounge chairs and you can comfortably relax in the shade.
The Kona Aggressor II has plenty of space on the dive deck for every diver for convenient pre-dive preparation. There are personal lockers for the gear on this deck, a camera table, and showers for rinsing after dives.
The Kona Aggressor II has all the necessary equipment to ensure your safety on board, such as life rafts, rescue boats, life jackets, and first-aid kits.
Best for photographers
Hawaii has a variety of different marine creatures. If you are fond of marine photography, this area will be great for you. You can dive with Hawaiian lionfish, turtles, and manta rays, and November through February is when the humpback whales migrate. The Kona Aggressor II has special facilities for photographers, such as a large camera table and charging points. You can also rent all necessary equipment on board.
On the Kona Aggressor II, divers get a chance to see all the best of Kona. This destination is suited for both divers and snorkelers. It is a great location for diving with giant manta rays, when they come at night to the cleaning station at the reef. While diving at Kona, you can also often see dolphins, turtles, frogfish, and eels.
When to go
Diving available at Kona throughout the year. The water temperature is about 23°C/73°F, and visibility is almost always good.
If you don’t have much diving experience, Kona can be a good choice for you. Even if you are an advanced diver, this diving destination still has something to offer, and the crew of the Kona Aggressor II will share their experience with you and help with that. You will also find comfort on board that will make your holiday unforgettable