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Belize Aggressor III description

Belize Aggressor III basic informations

Belize is home to the world’s second largest barrier reef, ancient Mayan Ruins, spectacular rivers, rainforests and wildlife. It has three of the only four true coral atolls found in the hemisphere. The marine life that inhabits the barrier reef is extraordinary and diverse.

It includes everything from schools of tarpon, turtles and stingrays to a wide variety of tropical species, and of course, the famous Blue Hole. The Blue Hole is a collapsed freshwater cave system that is approximately 1000 feet across and over 400 feet deep. It was made world famous by ocean pioneer Jacques-Yves Cousteau.

ITINERARY:

Throughout the week you will dive at Turneffe and Lighthouse Reef. Sheer walls like Painted Wall, Half Moon Caye Wall and Quebrada are adorned with huge crimson gorgonians and wandering, lilac rope sponges. Weather permitting; divers explore the mystical Blue Hole, a collapsed freshwater cave system. With all dives from the mother ship, five dives a day are the norm. Diving begins Sunday morning and ends Friday before lunch when the

yachts return to port. The crew hosts a sunset cocktail party at 5:30 p.m. followed by dinner ashore. Saturday morning at 8:00 am, guests are transferred to the Belize Airport or a local hotel. Throughout the week there will be opportunities to go ashore for swimming, snorkeling and beach combing.

PASSPORTS &DOCUMENTATION

Visitors must have a passport that is valid for at least 6 months beyond your period of stay, adequate funds to support themselves, and a return airline ticket to travel to Belize. It is the travelers’ responsibility to ensure they have the proper documentation to travel into each country on his or her itinerary as well as for re-entry and return to their country.

ARRIVAL (Saturday to Saturday)

The Belize AggressorIII and Sun Dancer II operate out of Belize City, Central America. Guests arriving in Belize on Saturday are greeted at the airport by a crewmember in uniform or a Discovery Expeditions agent who will have a “Belize Aggressor III” sign. Our agent cannot enter Customs but will be just outside the door. Baggage handlers may aggressively offer to help with your luggage those few feet for a mandated per bag fee. Guests will be transported in an air-conditioned van to the yacht. If

Languages spoken: English

Facilities and services: Nitrox

Free cancellation if cancellation is made 90 days before depart date, prepayment if any will be returned.

Group discounts: 
5% for 4 or more guests
10% for 6 or more guests
15% for 8 or more guests
20% for 10 or more guests
25% for 15 or more guests
30% for 20 or more guests



Boat


Belize Aggressor III description

Belize Aggressor III basic informations

The belize aggressor comfortably accommodates 18 divers in 9 double or twin en-suite cabins, each with its own tv and dvd player. boat facilities include a saloon with full entertainment system, and a sundeck with hot tub jacuzzi and wet bar. beer and wine are free of charge onboard.

boat technical data
Material: Steal
Lenght: 34 m
Width: 7 m
Cruising speed: 10 knots
Cabins: 4
Gusest: 11

Boat features and services

  • Air conditioned saloon
  • 240V/110V recharge facilities
  • Sun deck
  • Food & Drinks

  • Beer
  • Selection of wines
  • Western food
  • Boat navigation and safety

  • E.P.I.R.B. distress system
  • GPS

  • Cabins

    Select dive cruise and dive cruise depart date, to get listing of available cabins!

    Deluxe Twin Cabin

    Deluxe Twin Cabin

    Deluxe Twin Cabin

    4.1m2
    Air conditioning
    Flat-screen TV
    WiFi (charged)

    You can stay in cabin by yourself (surcharge 0%)

    Cabin facilities/amenties: Shared bathroom, Fan, Slippers, Free toiletries, Wardrobe/closet, Flat-screen TV, Without sea view, Jjgkgkg, Zuiuzuiz and Uizuzuizu.

    Master Double Cabin

    Master Double Cabin

    Master Double Cabin

    Air conditioning with control in cabin
    WiFi (charged)

    You can stay in cabin by yourself (surcharge 65%)

    Cabin facilities/amenties: Non-smoking cabin, Shared bathroom, Wardrobe/closet.


    Images from dive sites:

    - Photo Gallery

    • Dive depth: 14 - 25m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: none - slightKnots  Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Reef and Wall


      Cardinal soldierfish (Goggle-eyed squirrelfish)

      Max. length: 15cmFound at depth: 2 - 22m

    • Dive depth: 14 - 25m  Current: none - slightKnots  Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.7℃


    • Dive depth: 10 - 30m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: none - slightKnots  Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Exploratory and Reef


      Spotted eagle ray (Bonnet skate, duckbill ray, leopard ray, mottled eagle ray, spotted bonnetray, spotted duckbill ray, spotted stingray, spotted whipray, white-spotted eagle ray)

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      4-9

      Length: 110 - 180cm, max. reported length: 330cmMax. weight: 230kgFound at depth: 1 - 80m

    • Dive depth: 10 - 15m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: noneKnots  Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Cave, Exploratory and Reef


      Nassau grouper (Day grouper, grouper, hamlet, rockfish, sweet lip, white grouper)

      Occurrence:

      11-40%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 48 - 122cmWeight: 2 - 10kg, max. reported weight: 25kgFound at depth: 1 - 90m

    • Dive depth: 10 - 30m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: none - slightKnots  Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Exploratory, Reef and Wall


      Nassau grouper (Day grouper, grouper, hamlet, rockfish, sweet lip, white grouper)

      Occurrence:

      11-40%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 48 - 122cmWeight: 2 - 10kg, max. reported weight: 25kgFound at depth: 1 - 90m

    • Dive depth: 20 - 30m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: none - slightKnots  Water temperature: 26 - 30℃  Dive type: Wall


      Great hammerhead

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 3.3 - 3.5m, max. reported length: 6.1mWeight: 230kg, max. reported weight: 580kgFound at depth: 0 - 300m, usually 1 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 10 - 25m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: noneKnots  Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Exploratory, Reef and Wall


      Giant manta (Manta ray, Atlantic manta, Australian devil-ray, blanketfish, devil fish, devil ray, giant Atlantic manta, giant devil ray, munguna, Pacific manta, prince Alfreds ray, sea devil)

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 3.8 - 4.6m, max. reported length: 9.1mMax. weight: 3000kgFound at depth: 0 - 120m

    • Dive depth: 14 - 25m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: none - slightKnots  Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.7℃  Dive type: Drift, Exploratory and Reef


      Nassau grouper (Day grouper, grouper, hamlet, rockfish, sweet lip, white grouper)

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 48 - 122cmWeight: 2 - 10kg, max. reported weight: 25kgFound at depth: 1 - 90m

    • Dive depth: 10 - 30m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: none - slightKnots  Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Exploratory and Reef


      Nassau grouper (Day grouper, grouper, hamlet, rockfish, sweet lip, white grouper)

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 48 - 122cmWeight: 2 - 10kg, max. reported weight: 25kgFound at depth: 1 - 90m

    • Dive depth: 10 - 15m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: noneKnots  Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Cave, Exploratory and Reef


      Caribbean reef shark (Reef shark)

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 2 - 2.5m, max. reported length: 3mMax. weight: 70kgFound at depth: 3 - 30m, max. reported depth: 378m

    • Dive depth: 14 - 25m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: none - slightKnots  Water temperature: 26 - 29℃  Dive type: Big fish, Exploratory and Reef


      Caribbean reef shark (Reef shark)

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 2 - 2.5m, max. reported length: 3mMax. weight: 70kgFound at depth: 3 - 30m, max. reported depth: 378m

    • Dive depth: 20 - 30m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: none - slightKnots  Water temperature: 26 - 30℃  Dive type: Wall


      Caribbean reef shark (Reef shark)

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 2 - 2.5m, max. reported length: 3mMax. weight: 70kgFound at depth: 3 - 30m, max. reported depth: 378m

    • Dive depth: 15 - 25m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: slight - moderateKnots  Water temperature: 26 - 29℃  Dive type: Reef and Wall


      Caribbean reef shark (Reef shark)

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 2 - 2.5m, max. reported length: 3mMax. weight: 70kgFound at depth: 3 - 30m, max. reported depth: 378m

    • Dive depth: 12 - 15m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: none - slightKnots  Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.7℃  Dive type: Big fish, Exploratory and Reef


      Caribbean reef shark (Reef shark)

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 2 - 2.5m, max. reported length: 3mMax. weight: 70kgFound at depth: 3 - 30m, max. reported depth: 378m

    • Dive depth: 14 - 25m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: none - slightKnots  Water temperature: 26 - 29℃  Dive type: Big fish, Exploratory and Reef


      Southern stingray

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 90 - 200cmMax. weight: 135kgFound at depth: 0 - 53m, usually 0 - 4m

    • Dive depth: 14 - 25m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: none - slightKnots  Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.7℃  Dive type: Exploratory and Reef


      Red lionfish (Common lionfish, lionfish, butterfly-cod, ornate butterfly-cod, scorpion volitans, scorpion-cod, scorpionfish, zebrafish, turkeyfish)

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Max. length: 38cmFound at depth: 2 - 55m

    • Dive depth: 12 - 15m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: none - slightKnots  Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.7℃  Dive type: Big fish, Exploratory and Reef


      Green sea turtle (Pacific green turtle, Green turtle, Black-Sea turtle)

      Occurrence:

      11-40%

      Number:

      1-3

      Max. length: 150cmWeight: 68 - 190kg, max. reported weight: 395kg

    • Dive depth: 15 - 25m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: slight - moderateKnots  Water temperature: 26 - 29℃  Dive type: Reef and Wall


      French angelfish

      Occurrence:

      11-40%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 28 - 41cmFound at depth: 3 - 100m, max. reported depth: 100m, usually 3 - 37m

    • Dive depth: 10 - 30m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: none - slightKnots  Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Exploratory, Reef and Wall


      Giant barrel sponge

      Occurrence:

      41-80%

      Number:

      1-3

      Max. length: 180cmFound at depth: 10 - 120m

    • Dive depth: 14 - 25m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: none - slightKnots  Water temperature: 26 - 29℃  Dive type: Big fish, Exploratory and Reef


      Spotted moray (Common spotted moray, common conger, hamlet, speckled moray, white-jawed moray, white-chinned moray)

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 60 - 200cmWeight: 2.5kgFound at depth: 0 - 200m, usually 0 - 35m

    • Dive depth: 14 - 25m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: none - slightKnots  Water temperature: 26 - 29℃  Dive type: Exploratory and Reef


      Loggerhead sea turtle

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 80 - 100cm, max. reported length: 122cmWeight: 75 - 160kg, max. reported weight: 227kgFound at depth: 0m

    • Dive depth: 15 - 25m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: slight - moderateKnots  Water temperature: 26 - 29℃  Dive type: Reef and Wall


      Gray angelfish

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 45 - 60cmWeight: 2kgFound at depth: 2 - 30m

    • Dive depth: 14 - 25m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: none - slightKnots  Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Exploratory and Reef


      Spotfin butterflyfish (Common butterflyfish, two-spotted butterflyfish)

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Max. length: 20cmFound at depth: 0 - 30m

    • Dive depth: 10 - 25m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: noneKnots  Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Exploratory, Reef and Wall


      Green sea turtle (Pacific green turtle, Green turtle, Black-Sea turtle)

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Max. length: 150cmWeight: 68 - 190kg, max. reported weight: 395kg

    • Dive depth: 10 - 15m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: noneKnots  Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Cave, Exploratory and Reef


      Green sea turtle (Pacific green turtle, Green turtle, Black-Sea turtle)

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Max. length: 150cmWeight: 68 - 190kg, max. reported weight: 395kg

    • Dive depth: 14 - 25m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: none - slightKnots  Water temperature: 26 - 29℃  Dive type: Night dive, Reef and Wall


      Green sea turtle (Pacific green turtle, Green turtle, Black-Sea turtle)

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Max. length: 150cmWeight: 68 - 190kg, max. reported weight: 395kg

    • Dive depth: 14 - 25m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: none - slightKnots  Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Reef and Wall


      Spotted scorpionfish (Pacific spotted scorpionfish, gurnard, lion fish, prickly hind, stinging grouper)

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Length: 30 - 45cmMax. weight: 1.6kgFound at depth: 1 - 60m, usually 5 - 55m

    • Dive depth: 14 - 25m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: none - slightKnots  Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Reef and Wall


      Whale shark

      Length: 9.7 - 12m, max. reported length: 12.65mWeight: 9800kg, max. reported weight: 21000kgFound at depth: 0 - 700m, usually 0 - 100m

    • Dive depth: 14 - 25m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: none - slightKnots  Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Reef and Wall


      Caribbean reef shark (Reef shark)

      Length: 2 - 2.5m, max. reported length: 3mMax. weight: 70kgFound at depth: 3 - 30m, max. reported depth: 378m

    • Dive depth: 14 - 25m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: none - slightKnots  Water temperature: 26 - 29℃  Dive type: Night dive, Reef and Wall


      Web burrfish (Spiny box puffer, bridled burrfish, striped burrfish)

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      1-3

      Max. length: 30cmFound at depth: 1 - 44m

    • Dive depth: 10 - 30m  Visibility: 20 - >30m  Current: slightKnots  Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.4℃  Dive type: Reef, Shark and Wall


      Spotted eagle ray (Bonnet skate, duckbill ray, leopard ray, mottled eagle ray, spotted bonnetray, spotted duckbill ray, spotted stingray, spotted whipray, white-spotted eagle ray)

      Occurrence:

      1-10%

      Number:

      10+

      Length: 110 - 180cm, max. reported length: 330cmMax. weight: 230kgFound at depth: 1 - 80m



    Dive sites


    Silver Caves dive site

    Silver Caves

    Silver Caves

    Silver Caves

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 10 - 25m
    Visibility: 20 - >30m
    Current: none
    Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.4℃
    Dive type: Exploratory, Reef and Wall
    The large swim through is frequently inhabited by thousands of silver sides, and the vertical wall starts in only 35’ of water. Lots of big black groupers collect under the boat, as do the ubiquitous school of horse-eyed jacks, yellow tailed snappers, and Creole wrasses.

    Tarpon Caves dive site

    Tarpon Caves

    Tarpon Caves

    Tarpon Caves

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 10 - 15m
    Visibility: 20 - >30m
    Current: none
    Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.4℃
    Dive type: Cave, Exploratory and Reef
    A tall reef buttress rises straight up from the whitest powder sand to within 30’-35’ of the surface and is honeycombed with caves and cuts. This vertical wall is covered with huge yellow tube sponges, black coral trees and monster barrel sponges projecting from the many small ledges. The sand areas are rich in garden eels, midnight parrot fish, razor fish and southern stingrays. Tarpon patrol the inside edge of the reef. This dive site features several tunnels and chimneys in which tarpon and grouper like to hide.

    Half Moon Caye Wall dive site

    Half Moon Caye Wall

    Half Moon Caye Wall

    Half Moon Caye Wall

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 10 - 30m
    Visibility: 20 - >30m
    Current: slight
    Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.4℃
    Dive type: Reef, Shark and Wall
    Marked by tunnels and grooves which slope down toward the open water, several different species of grouper and snapper can be seen in the tunnels. Just off the wall, one can spot eagle rays, sharks and turtles.

    Cathedral dive site

    Cathedral

    Cathedral

    Cathedral

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 14 - 25m
    Visibility: 20 - >30m
    Current: none - slight
    Water temperature: 26 - 29℃
    Dive type: Big fish, Exploratory and Reef
    Colorful formations resembling cathedral steeples with sandy cuts in between signify this site. This site is home to many black groupers and jacks, as well as three species of angel fish, scorpion fish, several varieties of eels and silver sides. Spanish dancers are sometimes sighted on the night dives.

    West Point 1 and 2 dive site

    West Point 1 and 2

    West Point 1 and 2

    West Point 1 and 2

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 10 - 30m
    Visibility: 20 - >30m
    Current: none - slight
    Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.4℃
    Dive type: Exploratory, Reef and Wall
    The visibility at these sites is highly dependent upon winds and tides, but the labyrinth of reef buttresses makes this site great even when visibility is down. The walls are very vertical and start in only 20’ - 25’ of water. Loads of black coral and deep water gorgonians abound, as do giant barrel sponges and red finger sponges. You are likely to see mangrove tunicates here. The shallow sandy area is alive with garden eels, peacock flounders, and southern stingrays. In the sandy areas, blue throated pike blennies can be found.

    West Point 1 and 2 marine life

    Fish: Black grouper, Nassau grouper
    Sponges: Giant barrel sponge

    Painted Wall dive site

    Painted Wall

    Painted Wall

    Painted Wall

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 15 - 25m
    Visibility: 20 - >30m
    Current: slight - moderate
    Water temperature: 26 - 29℃
    Dive type: Reef and Wall
    There are many clusters of small painted tunicates, within the depths of 40 - 70’. These walls have shallows inhabited by species of parrot fish, black durgeon, queen trigger fish, and many more. The sheer walls begin around 25’ and are overhung in many places with black coral trees and rope sponges covered with light bulb tunicates.

    Triple Anchor dive site

    Triple Anchor

    Triple Anchor

    Triple Anchor

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 12 - 15m
    Visibility: 20 - >30m
    Current: none - slight
    Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.7℃
    Dive type: Big fish, Exploratory and Reef
    Three anchors are very well hidden on a beautiful reef in 45-feet of water. Look for big Barrel Sponges, Eagle Rays and a cleaning station.

    Triple Anchor marine life

    Fish: Caribbean reef shark
    Mamals: Green sea turtle
    Sponges: Giant barrel sponge

    Elk Horn Forest dive site

    Elk Horn Forest

    Elk Horn Forest

    Elk Horn Forest

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 10 - 30m
    Visibility: 20 - >30m
    Current: none - slight
    Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.4℃
    Dive type: Exploratory and Reef
    Located on the east side of Long Caye, the shallows grow large mounds of lettuce leaf coral that projects towards the depths. In the shallows are elk horn corals inhabited by numerous species of juvenile fish.

    Elk Horn Forest marine life

    Fish: Spotted eagle ray, Nassau grouper, Southern stingray

    Que Brada dive site

    Que Brada

    Que Brada

    Que Brada

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 14 - 25m
    Visibility: 20 - >30m
    Current: none - slight
    Water temperature: 26 - 29℃
    Dive type: Night dive, Reef and Wall
    Named for a cut in the reef (the wall and shallows), this is an extremely sheer and active stretch of wall. Because it projects out into the current, the extra flow of plankton around it supports an incredibly rich diversity of marine animals. Green moray eels, spotted drum, lobster, crabs, and tarpon on the night dives.

    Half Moon Caye dive site

    Half Moon Caye

    Half Moon Caye

    Half Moon Caye

    Snorkelers are welcome
    Dive depth: 14 - 25m
    Visibility: 20 - >30m
    Current: none - slight
    Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.4℃
    Dive type: Exploratory and Reef
    Weather Permitting, the BELIZE AGGRESSOR III™anchors just off the caye. Guests are shuttled to the island and enjoy a relaxing walk along the beach to the bird sanctuary. Here you can observe red footed booby birds and frigate birds from observation deck built at the canopy level. Located on the east end of the island is an historic light house built in 1848, which by the way is the lighthouse for which the atoll is named. The guests may have the opportunity to snorkel with several nurse sharks around the docks of this tropical island.

    Half Moon Caye marine life

    Fish: Spotfin butterflyfish

    Aquarium dive site

    Aquarium

    Aquarium

    Aquarium

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 14 - 25m
    Visibility: 20 - >30m
    Current: none - slight
    Water temperature: 26 - 29℃
    Dive type: Big fish, Shark and Wall
    A sheer drop-off begins around 30’, with an abundance of fish life at the top. About 40’-60’ deep along the wall are large baffel sponges, giant deep water sea fans, and the richest collection of deep water gorgonians almost anywhere in the world. Giant elephant ear sponges, yellow tube sponges and azure vase sponges make this a very colorful area. Comical groupings of spotted truck fish are often seen on top of the wall, and the very corner of this reef is a very good place to see reef sharks, big black groupers, swirling schools of horse eyed jacks and hawksbill or green sea turtles.

    Angel Fish Wall dive site

    Angel Fish Wall

    Angel Fish Wall

    Angel Fish Wall

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 14 - 25m
    Visibility: 20 - >30m
    Current: none - slight
    Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.4℃
    Dive type: Reef and Wall
    Many friendly Grey angel fish give this site its name. The top of the wall teems with small fish. Eagle rays and an occasional shark cruise the wall.

    Long Caye Wall dive site

    Long Caye Wall

    Long Caye Wall

    Long Caye Wall

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 14 - 25m
    Visibility: 20 - >30m
    Current: none - slight
    Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.4℃
    Dive type: Reef and Wall
    Named for a protruding ridge of reefs and numerous swim throughs with grooves which cut the wall running directly to the open sea. Interesting soft corals and sponges are abundant here, and many eels are found here, as well.

    Blue Hole dive site

    Blue Hole

    Blue Hole

    Blue Hole

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 10 - 40m
    Visibility: 20 - >30m
    Current: none - slight
    Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.4℃
    Dive type: Exploratory and Wall
    The world’s largest blue hole, it was made famous by Jacques Cousteau in the 1970’s. The first shelf of this collapsed underground cavern begins at 110’. Here stalactites descend from the ceiling. A healthy reef exists around the edge of the blue hole and is home to an abundance of juvenile sea life, as well as schools of parrot fish, squid, flaming scallops and several varieties of angel fish. These shallows are great for diving or snorkeling.

    Grand Bogue dive site

    Grand Bogue

    Grand Bogue

    Grand Bogue

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 14 - 25m
    Visibility: 20 - >30m
    Current: none - slight
    Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.7℃
    Dive type: Exploratory and Reef
    This site is home to the elusive white spotted, white lined and large-eyed toadfish.

    Grand Bogue marine life

    Fish: Red lionfish

    Wreck of the Sayonara dive site

    Wreck of the Sayonara

    Wreck of the Sayonara

    Wreck of the Sayonara

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 14 - 25m
    Current: none - slight
    Water temperature: 26.4 - 29.7℃
    Dive type: Reef and Wreck
    Remains of a 50’ boat with coral growth around the wreck and numerous barrel sponges, along with many other sponge varieties.


    Belize Aggressor III recommend:

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    Villa Boscardi

    Villa Boscardi


    129 - 140 USD/night

    Distance to port: 4km

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    Important: It is not safe to take flight back home within first 18-24 hours after diving! We also suggest to arrive one day earlier (in case of connected flight delays or baggage lost).