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Basic Roatan, Utila & Cayo Cochinos (French Harbor - French Harbor) informations

Cruise length: 8 days / 7 nights / about 27 dives

Preference guest structure: dive cruise is non-diver/snorkeler friendly

Min. Experience: Experienced/advance divers

Minimum dives: No minimum logged dives required

Depart Liveaboard port: French Harbor, Roatan

Return Liveaboard port: French Harbor, Roatan

Depart airport: Roatan Juan Manuel Galvez Airportl (RTB)

Return airport: Roatan Juan Manuel Galvez Airportl (RTB)

Nitrox: available (surcharge 100 USD)

Group discounts for or more guests: Available

Liveaboard operator: Roatan Aggressor

Basic Roatan, Utila & Cayo Cochinos (French Harbor - French Harbor) informations

Cruise length: 8 days / 7 nights / about 27 dives

Preference guest structure: dive cruise is non-diver/snorkeler friendly

Min. Experience: Experienced/advance divers

Minimum dives: No minimum logged dives required

Depart Liveaboard port: French Harbor, Roatan

Return Liveaboard port: French Harbor, Roatan

Depart airport: Roatan Juan Manuel Galvez Airportl (RTB)

Return airport: Roatan Juan Manuel Galvez Airportl (RTB)

Nitrox: available (surcharge 100 USD)

Group discounts for or more guests: Available

Liveaboard operator: Roatan Aggressor

Dive cruise highlights

Roatan, Utila & Cayo Cochinos (French Harbor - French Harbor) highlights

  • The Bay Islands are world-renowned for their sheer walls, mystical wrecks, massive barrel sponges and captivating macro critters.
  • The Roatan dive sites are the best of the Bay Islands.
  • These islands are offering sheer walls, beautiful shallow reefs, spectacular wrecks and offshore sea mounts.

Languages spoken: English

Facilities and services: Nitrox: paid, Rental equipment, Tanks - Aluminium 15 liters, Tanks with Din valves and Din/Int adapters


Kreuzfahrtbeschreibung in am Deutsch

Höhepunkte der Tauchkreuzfahrt

Roatan, Utila & Cayo Cochinos (French Harbor - French Harbor) highlights

  • Die Bay Islands sind weltbekannt für ihre steilen Mauern, mystischen Wracks, massiven Fassschwämme und faszinierenden Makro-Critters.
  • Die Roatan Tauchplätze sind die besten der Bay Islands.
  • Diese Inseln bieten steile Mauern, wunderschöne flache Riffe, spektakuläre Wracks und vorgelagerte Seeberge.


Reiseroute

Tag 1

Der Roatan Aggressor operiert vom Dock im Romeos Restaurant auf Roatan im französischen Hafen (11 km vom internationalen Flughafen Roatan in Coxen Hole entfernt). Wenn Sie vor dem Einsteigen anreisen, empfehlen wir Ihnen, ein Taxi zum Romeo-Restaurant zu nehmen, wo Sie Ihre Koffer auf dem Boot aufbewahren und das Mittagessen genießen können. Sie können ab 15:30 Uhr auf dem Boot einchecken. Das Boot fährt am selben Tag gegen 18:00 Uhr in Roatan ab. Boarding: 15:30 - 18:00 Uhr. Sonntag - Donnerstag: Essen, Schlafen & Tauchen (bis zu 5 Tauchgänge werden täglich angeboten).

Tag 2

(West End of Roatan). Mary’s Place - Mary’s Place ist einer der berühmtesten Tauchplätze an der Südseite von Roatan und verfügt über ein üppiges Riff mit Gletscherspalten und Tunneln, die großartige Fotomöglichkeiten bieten. Tavianas Mauer - Hier gibt es viele Schildkröten und dieser Ort bietet einen großartigen Nachttauchgang mit Tintenfischen, Krabben und Hummern. Wrack des Aquila - In diesem Wrack leben 15 bis 20 große Zackenbarsche und ein großer blauer Papageienfisch sowie ein großer grüner Muränen, der immer bereit ist, herauszukommen und zu spielen. Odyssey-Wrack - Dieser Frachter ist Roatans größtes Wrack mit einer Länge von 300 Fuß, einer Breite von 50 Fuß und einer Höhe von 85 Fuß. Es ist eines der größten Wracks in der Karibik.

Tag 3

(West End or South side Roatan).

Tag 4

Seamounts & Cayos Cochinos. Cocos Sea Mounts - Cocos Schönheit liegt in der Mischung aus Korallen und guter Sicht, die Taucher immer genießen. Der Meeresboden steigt von Hunderten von Fuß auf nur 40 Fuß von der Oberfläche. Diese Seeberge sind weit von Utila und Roatan entfernt und werden daher nur selten von Tagestauchern besucht. Toon Town - Bekannt für sein makroökonomisches Leben, ist dieser Tauchgang vor Cayos Cochinos vollgepackt mit großen Klumpen von Glockenblumen-Manteltieren, kleinen Krabben und Flamingo-Zungenkauris unter einer langen Wäscheliste mit Headlinern aus den winzigeren Marine-Königreichen. Pelican Point - jede erdenkliche Art von Rifffischen, einschließlich französischer und königlicher Kaiserfische, Schmetterlingsfische, Zapfen und Papageienfische. Auf der Außenseite des Riffs können Sie Haie und Barrakudas patrouillieren sehen.

Tag 5

Utila. Black Hills - Ein Favorit unter allen Tauchern. Sie können sich darauf verlassen, dass Sie an diesem Seeberg Schulen von Creole Wrasse, Atlantic Spadefish, Horse-Eye Jack und Southern Sennets sowie Scorpionfish, Toadfish und den seltenen Froschfisch sehen. Eine ansässige Schildkröte scheint keine Angst vor Tauchern zu haben, ebenso wie der Barrakuda. Hier können große pelagische Fische wie Manta Rays, Marlin und Haie gesichtet werden, darunter der große Junge selbst, der Walhai! Duppy Waters - Ein Korallengarten beginnt unter dem Boot in 20 Fuß Höhe, wobei die Wände ins Blaue abfallen. Adlerrochen, Stachelrochen, Tintenfische und Schulen von Creole Wrasse und Blue Tang sind im Überfluss vorhanden. CJ's Drop-off - Dies ist einer für Deep-Dive-Enthusiasten. Spiny Caribbean Lobster, Golden Tail Moray und Schulen von Jack sind reichlich vorhanden. Raggedy Cay - Diese beliebte Site beginnt bei 30 Fuß und fällt auf 130 Fuß ab, wobei Majestic Eagle Rays vorbeiziehen und Hawksbill Turtles auf Weichkorallen fressen. Octopus kann rund um die Sandkanäle entlang des Korallengartens sowie Spotted Morays gefunden werden. Old Bank - Dies ist ein sehr schöner flacher Tauchplatz, an dem die seltene Elkhornkoralle gedeiht und kleinere Lebewesen wie der Fringed Filefish und der Caribbean Reef Squid an den Wänden zu sehen sind. In den sandigen Gebieten kann man den anspielenden Gelbkopf-Kieferfisch beobachten, der aus seinem Loch herausschaut. Cannery Bank - Hier ist eine hervorragende Gelegenheit, große pelagische Fische zu beobachten, die das offene Wasser durchstreifen. Auf den Reittieren befinden sich Protokolle mit leuchtenden Farben, die bei 25 Fuß beginnen und bis zu 110 Fuß abfallen. Jack Neil Point - Sand, Wände und einzelne Korallenköpfe machen dies zu einem Muss. Seepferdchen mit langer Schnauze, Krötenfisch mit großen Augen, fliegende Knurrhähne und Tintenfisch machen diesen Tauchgang zu einem der besten Nachttauchgänge in der Region. Halliburton Wreck - Dieses künstliche Riff wurde 1998 versenkt und beginnt bei 65 Fuß mit dem Steuerhaus und setzt sich bei 100 Fuß bis zum Schiffsboden fort. Grüne Muränen, gefleckte Trommeln, Yellowline-Pfeilkrabben, kanalklammernde Krabben und bärtige Feuerwürmer sind normalerweise bei diesem außergewöhnlichen tiefen Tauchgang zu sehen, ebenso wie gelegentlich Stachelschweinfische und Pfeifenfische. Hawksbill Bank - Der Roatan Aggressor ist einer der wenigen, die diesen Seeberg besuchen, der bei 40 Fuß beginnt und bis zu 80 Fuß abfällt. Bluebell-Manteltiere sind im Überfluss vorhanden, und die seltenen Fingerabdrücke sind ebenfalls zu finden. Eine ansässige Hawksbill-Schildkröte gibt der Site ihren Namen.

Tag 6

Utila/Roatan. Toon Town - Bekannt für sein makroökonomisches Leben, ist dieser Tauchgang vor Cayos Cochinos vollgepackt mit großen Klumpen von Glockenblumen-Manteltieren, kleinen Krabben und Flamingo-Zungenkauris unter einer langen Wäscheliste mit Headlinern aus den winzigeren Marine-Königreichen. Pelican Point - jede erdenkliche Art von Rifffischen, einschließlich französischer und königlicher Kaiserfische, Schmetterlingsfische, Zapfen und Papageienfische. Auf der Außenseite des Riffs können Sie Haie und Barrakudas patrouillieren sehen.

Tag 7

Roatan (West End oder South Side Roatan) für 2 Tauchgänge. Nach einer vollen Tauchwoche kehrt das Boot am Freitagnachmittag nach dem Mittagessen zum Dock im Romeo's Restaurant zurück (2 Tauchgänge werden am Freitag angeboten). Auf dem Sonnendeck wird eine Cocktailparty bei Sonnenuntergang mit Abendessen an Land veranstaltet. Dies ist die einzige Mahlzeit, die nicht in der Charta enthalten ist. Sie können im Romeo's Restaurant oder in einem der nahe gelegenen Restaurants speisen.

Tag 8

Check-out ist am Morgen um 8 Uhr. Die Besatzung hilft Ihnen bei der Organisation des Rücktransports zum internationalen Flughafen Roatán oder zum Host-Hotel, wenn Sie Ihren Aufenthalt verlängern. Es liegt in Ihrer Verantwortung sicherzustellen, dass Sie die 24-Stunden-Flugverbotszeit nach Ihrem letzten Tauchgang einhalten!



Wie komme ich dorthin

Roatan, Utila & Cayo Cochinos (French Harbor - French Harbor) highlights

  • Die Reise beginnt in Roatan und endet in Roatan. Der nächstgelegene Flughafen ist Juan Manuel Galvez Intl (RTB). Der Roatan Aggressor operiert vom Dock im Romeos Restaurant auf Roatan im französischen Hafen (11 km vom internationalen Flughafen Roatan in Coxen Hole entfernt). Wenn Sie vor dem Einsteigen anreisen, empfehlen wir Ihnen, ein Taxi zum Romeo-Restaurant zu nehmen, wo Sie Ihre Koffer auf dem Boot aufbewahren und das Mittagessen genießen können.
  • Sie können ab 15:30 Uhr auf dem Boot einchecken. Das Boot fährt am selben Tag gegen 18:00 Uhr in Roatan ab.


Gut zu wissen

Roatan, Utila & Cayo Cochinos (French Harbor - French Harbor) highlights

  • Nützliche Informationen:
  • Das Schiff ist mit US-Steckdosen und Steckdosenadaptern ausgestattet.
  • Akzeptierte Zahlungsmethoden an Bord: Bargeld, VISA, Mastercard, USD.
  • DIN / INT-Adapter sind an Bord erhältlich.
  • Handtücher und Seife sind inbegriffen.
  • 3-5 mm Neoprenanzug empfohlen.
  • Wifi nur verfügbar, wenn in Reichweite.

Descrizione della crociera in Italiano

Punti salienti della crociera subacquea

Roatan, Utila & Cayo Cochinos (French Harbor - French Harbor) highlights

  • Le Bay Islands sono famose in tutto il mondo per le loro pareti a strapiombo, i mistici relitti, le enormi spugne a botte e le affascinanti macrofotografie.
  • I siti di immersione di Roatan sono i migliori delle Bay Islands.
  • Queste isole offrono pareti a strapiombo, splendide barriere coralline poco profonde, spettacolari relitti e monti offshore.


Itinerario

Giorno 1

L'aggressore Roatan opera dal molo situato nel ristorante Romeos a Roatan nel porto francese (a 7 miglia dall'aeroporto internazionale di Roatan a Coxen Hole). Se arrivate prima dell'imbarco, si consiglia di prendere un taxi per il ristorante Romeo, dove è possibile depositare i bagagli sulla barca e godersi il pranzo. Puoi effettuare il check-in sulla barca a partire dalle 15:30. La barca parte da Roatan verso le 18:00 dello stesso giorno. Imbarco: 15:30 - 18:00. Domenica - Giovedì: Eat, Sleep & Dive (vengono offerte fino a 5 immersioni al giorno).

Giorno 2

(West End of Roatan). Mary’s Place - Uno dei siti di immersione più famosi al largo del lato sud di Roatan, Mary´s Place ha una barriera corallina rigogliosa con crepacci e tunnel che la attraversano che offrono grandi opportunità fotografiche. Il muro di Taviana - Molte tartarughe si trovano qui e questo sito offre una fantastica immersione notturna con polpi, granchi e aragoste. Wreck of the Aquila - Questo relitto ospita 15-20 grandi cernie e un grande pesce pappagallo blu, nonché una grande murena verde che è sempre disposta a uscire e giocare. Relitto dell'Odissea - Questo mercantile è il più grande relitto di Roatan che misura 300 piedi di lunghezza, 50 di larghezza e 85 piedi di altezza. È uno dei più grandi relitti dei Caraibi.

Giorno 3

(West End or South side Roatan).

Giorno 4

Seamounts & Cayos Cochinos. Coco's Sea Mounts - La bellezza di Coco sta nel mix di coralli e buona visibilità che i subacquei godono sempre. Il fondo dell'oceano sale da centinaia di piedi a soli 40 piedi dalla superficie. Questi monti marini sono lontani da Utila e Roatan, quindi sono raramente visitati dai sommozzatori diurni. Toon Town: nota per la sua vita macroscopica, questa immersione al largo di Cayos Cochinos è piena zeppa di grossi gruppi di tunicati di campanule, piccoli granchi e vigliacchi di lingua di fenicotteri, tra una lunga lista di capi di coperta dei più piccoli regni marini. Pelican Point - ogni tipo di pesce di barriera immaginabile, inclusi pesci angelo francese e regina, pesci farfalla, codoli e pesci pappagallo. All'esterno della barriera corallina, potresti vedere pattuglie di squali e barracuda.

Giorno 5

Utila. Black Hills - Un favorito tra tutti i subacquei, puoi contare su vedere scuole di creole Wrasse, Atlantic Spadefish, Horse-eye Jack e Southern Sennets su questo monte marino, insieme a Scorpionfish, Toadfish e il raro pesce rana. Una tartaruga residente non ha paura dei sub, così come il Barracuda. Qui si possono avvistare grandi pesci pelagici, come Manta Rays, Marlin e squali tra cui il grande ragazzo stesso, lo squalo balena! Duppy Waters - Un giardino di coralli inizia sotto la barca a 20 piedi, con le pareti digradanti nel blu. Eagle Rays, razze, polpi e scuole di Creole Wrasse e Blue Tang sono in abbondanza. Drop-off di CJ - Questo è uno per gli appassionati di immersioni profonde. L'aragosta caraibica spinosa, la coda dorata Moray e le scuole di Jack sono molte. Raggedy Cay - Questo famoso sito inizia a 30 piedi e cade a 130 piedi, con Majestic Eagle Rays che piomba e Hawksbill Turtles sgranocchiando coralli molli. Il polpo si trova intorno ai canali di sabbia lungo il giardino di corallo e anche al Moray macchiato. Old Bank - Questo è un bel sito di immersione poco profondo, dove fioriscono i rari coralli Elkhorn e creature più piccole, come il pesce balestra sfrangiato e il calamaro dei Caraibi, si possono vedere lungo le pareti. Nelle zone sabbiose, l'allusive Yellowhead Jawfish può essere visto sbirciando fuori dal suo buco. Cannery Bank: ecco un'occasione privilegiata per assistere a grandi pesci pelagici che vagano in acque libere. Ci sono tronchi di colore vibrante sui supporti, a partire da 25 piedi e inclinati a 110 piedi. Jack Neil Point - Sabbia, pareti e singole teste di corallo lo rendono un must per le immersioni. Cavalluccio marino a muso lungo, rospo dagli occhi grandi, galloni volanti e polpo rendono questa una delle migliori immersioni notturne della zona. Relitto di Halliburton - Affondato nel 1998, questa barriera corallina artificiale inizia a 65 piedi con la timoneria e continua fino al fondo della nave a 100 piedi. Murene verdi, tamburo macchiato, granchi di freccia di linea gialla, granchi aderenti del canale e vermi di fuoco barbuti sono di solito visti in questa eccezionale immersione profonda, così come occasionali pesci istrici e pesci pipa. Hawksbill Bank - L'aggressore di Roatan è uno dei pochi che visitano questo monte marino a partire da 40 piedi e scendendo fino a 80 piedi. I tunicati di Bluebell sono in abbondanza e si possono trovare anche le rare impronte digitali. Una tartaruga residente Hawksbill dà il nome al sito.

Giorno 6

Utila/Roatan. Toon Town: nota per la sua vita macroscopica, questa immersione al largo di Cayos Cochinos è piena zeppa di grossi gruppi di tunicati di campanule, piccoli granchi e vigliacchi di lingua di fenicotteri, tra una lunga lista di capi di coperta dei più piccoli regni marini. Pelican Point - ogni tipo di pesce di barriera immaginabile, inclusi pesci angelo francese e regina, pesci farfalla, codoli e pesci pappagallo. All'esterno della barriera corallina, potresti vedere pattuglie di squali e barracuda.

Giorno 7

Roatan (West End o South side Roatan) per 2 immersioni. Dopo un'intera settimana di immersioni, la barca ritorna al molo situato al Romeo's Restaurant venerdì pomeriggio dopo pranzo (2 immersioni offerte venerdì). Un cocktail party al tramonto sarà ospitato sulla terrazza con cena a terra. Questo è l'unico pasto non incluso nella carta. Gli ospiti possono cenare al Romeo's Restaurant o in uno dei numerosi ristoranti locali nelle vicinanze.

Giorno 8

Il check-out è previsto la mattina alle 8:00. L'equipaggio assisterà nell'organizzazione del trasporto di ritorno all'aeroporto internazionale di Roatán o all'hotel ospitante se prolunghi il tuo soggiorno. È tua responsabilità assicurarti di rispettare il tempo di non volo di 24 ore dopo l'ultima immersione!



Come arrivare

Roatan, Utila & Cayo Cochinos (French Harbor - French Harbor) highlights

  • Il viaggio inizia a Roatan e termina a Roatan. L'aeroporto più vicino è Juan Manuel Galvez Intl (RTB). L'aggressore Roatan opera dal molo situato nel ristorante Romeos a Roatan nel porto francese (a 7 miglia dall'aeroporto internazionale di Roatan a Coxen Hole). Se arrivate prima dell'imbarco, si consiglia di prendere un taxi per il ristorante Romeo, dove è possibile depositare i bagagli sulla barca e godersi il pranzo.
  • Puoi effettuare il check-in sulla barca dalle 15:30. La barca parte da Roatan verso le 18:00 dello stesso giorno.


Buono a sapere

Roatan, Utila & Cayo Cochinos (French Harbor - French Harbor) highlights

  • Informazioni utili:
  • La nave è dotata di prese di corrente statunitensi, adattatori per prese di corrente.
  • Metodi di pagamento accettati a bordo: contanti, VISA, Mastercard, USD.
  • Gli adattatori DIN / INT sono disponibili a bordo.
  • Asciugamani e sapone sono inclusi.
  • Muta da 3-5 mm consigliata.
  • Wifi disponibile solo quando nel raggio d'azione.

Descripción del crucero en Español

Puntos destacados del crucero de buceo

Roatan, Utila & Cayo Cochinos (French Harbor - French Harbor) highlights

  • Las Islas de la Bahía son mundialmente conocidas por sus paredes escarpadas, restos místicos, enormes esponjas de barril y cautivadoras macro criaturas.
  • Los sitios de buceo de Roatán son los mejores de las Islas de la Bahía.
  • Estas islas ofrecen paredes escarpadas, hermosos arrecifes poco profundos, espectaculares naufragios y montes marinos en alta mar.


Itinerario

Día 1

El agresor de Roatán opera desde el muelle ubicado en el restaurante Romeos en Roatán en French Harbour (a 11 km del aeropuerto internacional de Roatán en Coxen Hole). Si llega antes de abordar, se sugiere que tome un taxi al restaurante Romeo’s Restaurant donde puede guardar sus maletas en el bote y disfrutar del almuerzo. Puede registrarse en el barco a partir de las 15:30. El barco sale de Roatán alrededor de las 18:00 del mismo día. Embarque: 15:30 - 18:00. Domingo a jueves: comer, dormir y bucear (se ofrecen hasta 5 inmersiones por día).

Día 2

(West End of Roatan). Mary’s Place: uno de los sitios de buceo más famosos del lado sur de Roatán, Mary’s Place tiene un exuberante arrecife con grietas y túneles que lo atraviesan y ofrecen excelentes oportunidades para tomar fotografías. El muro de Taviana: aquí se encuentran muchas tortugas y este sitio es una excelente inmersión nocturna con pulpos, cangrejos y langostas. Naufragio del Aquila: este naufragio es el hogar de 15-20 grandes meropes y un gran pez loro azul, así como una gran anguila verde Moray que siempre está dispuesta a salir y jugar. Odyssey Wreck: este carguero es el naufragio más grande de Roatán que mide 300 pies de largo, 50 pies de ancho y 85 pies de alto. Es uno de los restos más grandes del Caribe.

Día 3

(West End or South side Roatan).

Día 4

Seamounts & Cayos Cochinos. Monturas de mar de Coco: la belleza de Coco está en la mezcla de coral y buena visibilidad que los buzos siempre disfrutan. El fondo del océano se eleva de cientos de pies a solo 40 pies de la superficie. Estos montes marinos están lejos de Utila y Roatán, por lo tanto, rara vez son visitados por buceadores de día. Toon Town: conocida por su vida macro, esta inmersión en Cayos Cochinos está repleta de grandes grupos de tunicados bluebell, pequeños cangrejos y caracoles flamencos, entre una larga lista de cabezas de cartel de los reinos marinos más pequeños. Pelican Point: todo tipo de peces de arrecife imaginables, incluidos el pez ángel francés y la reina, el pez mariposa, la espiga y el pez loro. En el exterior del arrecife, puedes ver tiburones y barracudas patrullando.

Día 5

Utila. Black Hills - Un favorito tra tutti i subacquei, puoi contare su vedere scuole di creole Wrasse, Atlantic Spadefish, Horse-eye Jack e Southern Sennets su questo monte marino, insieme a Scorpionfish, Toadfish e il raro pesce rana. Una tartaruga residente non ha paura dei sub, così come il Barracuda. Qui si possono avvistare grandi pesci pelagici, come Manta Rays, Marlin e squali tra cui il grande ragazzo stesso, lo squalo balena! Duppy Waters - Un giardino di coralli inizia sotto la barca a 20 piedi, con le pareti digradanti nel blu. Eagle Rays, razze, polpi e scuole di Creole Wrasse e Blue Tang sono in abbondanza. Drop-off di CJ - Questo è uno per gli appassionati di immersioni profonde. L'aragosta caraibica spinosa, la coda dorata Moray e le scuole di Jack sono molte. Raggedy Cay - Questo famoso sito inizia a 30 piedi e cade a 130 piedi, con Majestic Eagle Rays che piomba e Hawksbill Turtles sgranocchiando coralli molli. Il polpo si trova intorno ai canali di sabbia lungo il giardino di corallo e anche al Moray macchiato. Old Bank - Questo è un bel sito di immersione poco profondo, dove fioriscono i rari coralli Elkhorn e creature più piccole, come il pesce balestra sfrangiato e il calamaro dei Caraibi, si possono vedere lungo le pareti. Nelle zone sabbiose, l'allusive Yellowhead Jawfish può essere visto sbirciando fuori dal suo buco. Cannery Bank: ecco un'occasione privilegiata per assistere a grandi pesci pelagici che vagano in acque libere. Ci sono tronchi di colore vibrante sui supporti, a partire da 25 piedi e inclinati a 110 piedi. Jack Neil Point - Sabbia, pareti e singole teste di corallo lo rendono un must per le immersioni. Cavalluccio marino a muso lungo, rospo dagli occhi grandi, galloni volanti e polpo rendono questa una delle migliori immersioni notturne della zona. Relitto di Halliburton - Affondato nel 1998, questa barriera corallina artificiale inizia a 65 piedi con la timoneria e continua fino al fondo della nave a 100 piedi. Murene verdi, tamburo macchiato, granchi di freccia di linea gialla, granchi aderenti del canale e vermi di fuoco barbuti sono di solito visti in questa eccezionale immersione profonda, così come occasionali pesci istrici e pesci pipa. Hawksbill Bank - L'aggressore di Roatan è uno dei pochi che visitano questo monte marino a partire da 40 piedi e scendendo fino a 80 piedi. I tunicati di Bluebell sono in abbondanza e si possono trovare anche le rare impronte digitali. Una tartaruga residente Hawksbill dà il nome al sito....

Día 6

Utila/Roatan. Toon Town: conocida por su vida macro, esta inmersión en Cayos Cochinos está repleta de grandes grupos de tunicados bluebell, pequeños cangrejos y caracoles flamencos, entre una larga lista de cabezas de cartel de los reinos marinos más pequeños. Pelican Point: todo tipo de peces de arrecife imaginables, incluidos el pez ángel francés y la reina, el pez mariposa, la espiga y el pez loro. En el exterior del arrecife, puedes ver tiburones y barracudas patrullando.

Día 7

Roatán (West End o South side Roatán) para 2 inmersiones. Después de una semana completa de buceo, el bote regresa al muelle ubicado en el Restaurante Romeo el viernes por la tarde después del almuerzo (se ofrecen 2 inmersiones el viernes). Se organizará un cóctel al atardecer en la terraza con la cena en tierra. Esta es la única comida no incluida en la carta. Los huéspedes pueden cenar en el restaurante Romeo o en uno de los varios restaurantes locales cercanos.

Día 8

La salida es a las 8 de la mañana. La tripulación ayudará a organizar el transporte de regreso al Aeropuerto Internacional de Roatán o al hotel anfitrión si va a extender su estadía. ¡Es su responsabilidad asegurarse de respetar el tiempo sin vuelo de 24 horas después de su última inmersión!



Como llegar

Roatan, Utila & Cayo Cochinos (French Harbor - French Harbor) highlights

  • El viaje comienza en Roatán y termina en Roatán. El aeropuerto más cercano es el Aeropuerto Internacional Juan Manuel Gálvez (RTB). El agresor de Roatán opera desde el muelle ubicado en el restaurante Romeos en Roatán en French Harbour (a 11 km del aeropuerto internacional de Roatán en Coxen Hole). Si llega antes de abordar, se sugiere que tome un taxi al restaurante Romeo’s Restaurant donde puede guardar sus maletas en el bote y disfrutar del almuerzo.
  • Puede registrarse en el barco a partir de las 15:30. El barco sale de Roatán alrededor de las 18:00 del mismo día.


Bueno saber

Roatan, Utila & Cayo Cochinos (French Harbor - French Harbor) highlights

  • Información útil:
  • El buque está equipado con tomas de corriente de EE. UU., Adaptadores de toma de corriente.
  • Formas de pago aceptadas a bordo: efectivo, VISA, Mastercard, USD.
  • Los adaptadores DIN / INT están disponibles a bordo.
  • Toallas y jabón incluidos.
  • Traje de neopreno de 3-5 mm recomendado.
  • Wifi solo disponible cuando está dentro del alcance.

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Points forts du Croisière

Roatan, Utila & Cayo Cochinos (French Harbor - French Harbor) highlights

  • Les îles de la baie sont mondialement réputées pour leurs parois abruptes, leurs épaves mystiques, leurs éponges à baril massives et leurs macro-créatures captivantes.
  • Les sites de plongée de Roatan sont les meilleurs des îles de la baie.
  • Ces îles offrent des parois abruptes, de beaux récifs peu profonds, des épaves spectaculaires et des monts sous-marins.


Itinéraire

Jour 1

Le Roatan Aggressor opère à partir du quai situé au Romeos Restaurant sur Roatan dans le port français (à 11 km de l'aéroport international de Roatan à Coxen Hole). Si vous arrivez avant l'embarquement, il est suggéré de prendre un taxi pour le restaurant Roméo où vous pouvez stocker vos bagages sur le bateau et déjeuner. Vous pouvez vous enregistrer sur le bateau à partir de 15:30. Le bateau quitte Roatan vers 18:00 le même jour. Embarquement: 15:30 - 18:00. Du dimanche au jeudi: manger, dormir et plonger (jusqu'à 5 plongées sont proposées chaque jour).

Jour 2

(West End of Roatan). Mary’s Place - L'un des sites de plongée les plus célèbres au large du côté sud de Roatan, Mary’s Place a un récif luxuriant avec des crevasses et des tunnels qui le traversent qui offrent de grandes opportunités de photos. Mur de Taviana - Beaucoup de tortues se trouvent ici et ce site fait une excellente plongée de nuit avec des poulpes, des crabes et des homards. Épave de l'Aquila - Cette épave abrite 15 à 20 grands mérous et un gros poisson perroquet bleu, ainsi qu'une grosse anguille verte qui est toujours prête à sortir et à jouer. Épave Odyssey - Ce cargo est la plus grande épave de Roatan mesurant 300 pieds de long, 50 pieds de large et 85 pieds de haut. C'est l'une des plus grandes épaves des Caraïbes.

Jour 3

(West End or South side Roatan).

Jour 4

Seamounts & Cayos Cochinos. Coco’s Sea Mounts - La beauté de Coco réside dans le mélange de corail et de bonne visibilité que les plongeurs apprécient toujours. Le fond de l'océan s'élève de centaines de pieds à seulement 40 pieds de la surface. Ces monts marins sont loin d'Utila et de Roatan, par conséquent, ils sont rarement visités par les plongeurs en bateau de jour. Toon Town - Connue pour sa vie macro, cette plongée au large de Cayos Cochinos est remplie de gros amas de tuniciers bluebell, de petits crabes et de cauris de langue flamant, parmi une longue liste de blanchisserie de têtes d'affiche des royaumes marins plus minces. Pelican Point - tous les types de poissons de récif imaginables, y compris les poissons-anges français et reines, les poissons-papillons, les morsures et les poissons perroquets. À l'extérieur du récif, vous pouvez voir des requins et des barracudas patrouiller

Jour 5

Utila. Black Hills - Un favori parmi tous les plongeurs, vous pouvez compter sur des écoles de napoléon créole, de poisson-chat de l'Atlantique, de cric-à-œil et de sennet du Sud sur ce mont sous-marin, ainsi que des poissons-scorpions, des crapauds et des rares poissons-grenouilles. Une tortue résidente ne semble pas avoir peur des plongeurs, tout comme le Barracuda. De gros poissons pélagiques peuvent être repérés ici, tels que les raies manta, le marlin et les requins, y compris le grand garçon lui-même, le requin-baleine! Duppy Waters - Un jardin de corail commence sous le bateau à 20 pieds, avec des murs inclinés dans le bleu. Les raies aigle, les raies pastenagues, les poulpes et les bancs de créole napoléon et de bleu Tang sont en abondance. CJ Drop-off - Ceci est pour les amateurs de plongée profonde. Le homard épineux des Caraïbes, le Golden Tail Moray et les écoles de Jack sont nombreux. Raggedy Cay - Ce site populaire commence à 30 pieds et tombe à 130 pieds, avec les raies majestueuses Eagle qui foncent et les tortues imbriquées grignotant des coraux mous. Le poulpe se trouve autour des canaux de sable le long du jardin de corail ainsi que des murènes tachetées. Old Bank - C'est un très beau site de plongée peu profonde, où les rares coraux d'Elkhorn s'épanouissent et de plus petites créatures, comme le poisson-lime frangé et le calmar des récifs des Caraïbes, peuvent être vus le long des murs. Dans les zones sablonneuses, l'allusive Yellowhead Jawfish peut être aperçue en train de regarder hors de son trou. Cannery Bank - Voici une excellente occasion d’observer de gros poissons pélagiques qui errent dans les eaux libres. Il y a des bûches de couleurs vives sur les montures, commençant à 25 pieds et descendant à 110 pieds. Jack Neil Point - Le sable, les murs et les têtes de corail individuelles en font une plongée incontournable. L'hippocampe à long museau, le crapaud à gros yeux, le grondin volant et la pieuvre en font l'une des meilleures plongées nocturnes de la région. Épave d'Halliburton - Coulé en 1998, ce récif artificiel commence à 65 pieds avec la timonerie et continue jusqu'au fond du navire à 100 pieds. Les murènes vertes, le tambour tacheté, les crabes fléchés à la ligne jaune, les crabes accrochés au chenal et les vers de feu barbus sont généralement observés lors de cette plongée profonde exceptionnelle, ainsi que le poisson porc-épic et le syngnathe occasionnels. Hawksbill Bank - Le Roatan Aggressor est l'un des rares à visiter ce mont sous-marin commençant à 40 pieds et descendant jusqu'à 80 pieds. Les tuniciers Bluebell sont en abondance, et les rares empreintes digitales peuvent également être trouvées. Une tortue imbriquée résidente donne son nom au site.

Jour 6

Utila/Roatan. Toon Town - Connue pour sa vie macro, cette plongée au large de Cayos Cochinos est remplie de gros amas de tuniciers bluebell, de petits crabes et de cauris de langue flamant, parmi une longue liste de blanchisserie de têtes d'affiche des royaumes marins plus minces. Pelican Point - tous les types de poissons de récif imaginables, y compris les poissons-anges français et reines, les poissons-papillons, les morsures et les poissons perroquets. À l'extérieur du récif, vous pouvez voir des requins et des barracudas patrouiller.

Jour 7

Roatan (Roatan West End ou côté sud) pour 2 plongées. Après une semaine complète de plongée, le bateau retourne au quai situé au restaurant Romeo vendredi après-midi après le déjeuner (2 plongées proposées vendredi). Un cocktail au coucher du soleil sera organisé sur la terrasse avec dîner à terre. C'est le seul repas non inclus dans la charte. Vous pourrez dîner au restaurant Romeo ou dans l'un des nombreux restaurants locaux à proximité.

Jour 8

Le départ a lieu le matin à 8 h. L'équipage vous aidera à organiser le transport vers l'aéroport international de Roatán ou l'hôtel hôte si vous prolongez votre séjour. Il est de votre responsabilité de vous assurer de respecter les 24 heures d'interdiction de vol après votre dernière plongée!



Comment s'y rendre

Roatan, Utila & Cayo Cochinos (French Harbor - French Harbor) highlights

  • Le voyage commence à Roatan et se termine à Roatan. L'aéroport le plus proche est Juan Manuel Galvez Intl (RTB). Le Roatan Aggressor opère à partir du quai situé au Romeos Restaurant sur Roatan dans le port français (à 11 km de l'aéroport international de Roatan à Coxen Hole). Si vous arrivez avant l'embarquement, il est suggéré de prendre un taxi pour le restaurant Roméo où vous pouvez stocker vos bagages sur le bateau et déjeuner.
  • Vous pouvez vous enregistrer sur le bateau à partir de 15:30. Le bateau quitte Roatan vers 18:00 le même jour.


Bon à savoir

Roatan, Utila & Cayo Cochinos (French Harbor - French Harbor) highlights

  • Informations utiles:
  • Le navire est équipé de prises de courant américaines, d'adaptateurs de prise de courant.
  • Modes de paiement acceptés à bord: Espèces, VISA, Mastercard, USD.
  • Des adaptateurs DIN / INT sont disponibles à bord.
  • Les serviettes et le savon sont inclus.
  • Combinaison de 3 à 5 mm recommandée.
  • Wifi uniquement disponible à portée.




Cabins


Deluxe Double & Twin Stateroom (#4 - 9)

Deluxe Double & Twin Stateroom (#4 - 9)

Deluxe Double & Twin Stateroom (#4 - 9)

6m2
Air conditioning with control in cabin
Ensuite bathroom with shower
Flat-screen TV

You can share cabin with another diver, or stay by yourself (surcharge 65%)

Cabin facilities/amenties: Non-smoking cabin, Bathroom with shower, Hair dryer, Free toiletries, Fresh towels daily, Desk, Linen, Monitor w/media player, Wardrobe/closet and Flat-screen TV.

Master Queen bed Stateroom (#1)

Master Queen bed Stateroom (#1)

Master Queen bed Stateroom (#1)

9m2
Air conditioning with control in cabin
Ensuite bathroom with shower
Flat-screen TV

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

Cabin facilities/amenties: Non-smoking cabin, Bathroom with shower, Hair dryer, Free toiletries, Fresh towels daily, Desk, Linen, Monitor w/media player, Wardrobe/closet and Flat-screen TV.

Twin Bunk bed Stateroom (#2 - 3)

Twin Bunk bed Stateroom (#2 - 3)

Twin Bunk bed Stateroom (#2 - 3)

6m2
Air conditioning with control in cabin
Ensuite bathroom with shower
Flat-screen TV

You can share cabin with another diver, or stay by yourself (surcharge 65%)

Cabin facilities/amenties: Non-smoking cabin, Bathroom with shower, Hair dryer, Free toiletries, Fresh towels daily, Desk, Linen, Monitor w/media player, Wardrobe/closet and Flat-screen TV.

Boat

boat technical data
Material: Steal
Build: 2017
Lenght: 40 m
Width: 7 m
Cabins: 9
Gusest: 18
Crew: 6

Boat features and services

  • Air conditioned cabins
  • Air conditioned saloon
  • Audio & video entertainment
  • Bar
  • Camera Station
  • Camera storage
  • Charging station
  • Custom built for diving
  • En-Suite bathrooms
  • Dive platform
  • Fish ID & diving books
  • Paid internet
  • Jacuzzi / Hot tub
  • Leisure deck
  • Lounge
  • Non-diver (snorkeler) friendly
  • Outdoor dining
  • Outside shower
  • Separate rinse for u/w camera
  • rinse hoses
  • Shaded dive deck
  • Snorkeling Equipment
  • Sun deck
  • Tenders for diving
  • TV in cabins
  • Warm water showers
  • Bbq area
  • Table and charging point
  • Food & Drinks

  • Buffet style
  • Beer
  • Fine Cuisine
  • Free Soft Drinks and Cuisine
  • Free Wine w/Diner
  • Local food
  • Snacks all day
  • Western food
  • Boat navigation and safety

  • Bilge pump alarm
  • E.P.I.R.B. distress system
  • Emergency Oxygen Kit
  • Emergency rafts
  • Fire alarm
  • Fire extinguishers
  • First aid kit
  • Crew trained in first aid
  • GPS
  • Life vests
  • Radar
  • Radio VHF/DSC/SSB
  • Satellite & mobile phones
  • Search light

  • Included \ NOT Included \ Extra Charge

    Only tank, weights and belt are included in the price!

    Full dive equipment for the whole dive-cruise duration: 175 USD

    NITROX for the whole dive-cruise duration: 100 USD



    Included

    Included:

    • Airport transfer
    • To/from nearby hotel transfer
    • Soft drinks
    • Dive guides
    • Tank, weights, belts
    • Towels

    NOT Included

    NOT Included:

    • Alcoholic drinks
    • Bar
    • Dive equipment
    • Fins and mask
    • Land tours
    • Port fees
    • Park fees
    • Tips

    Small print

    The trip begins in Roatan and ends in Roatan. The closest airport is Juan Manuel Galvez Intl (RTB). The Roatan Aggressor operates from the dock located at Romeos Restaurant on Roatan in French Harbor (7 miles from the Roatan International Airport in Coxen Hole). If arriving prior to boarding, it is suggested you take a taxi to Romeo’s Restaurant where you can store your bags on the boat and enjoy lunch.

    You can check in on the boat from 15:30. The boat departs Roatan at around 18:00 on the same day.

    FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

    Getting There, Passports & Visa Documentation Roatan

    The Bay Islands of Honduras consist of eight islands and 53 small cays located off the northern coast of Honduras. Roatan is the largest with mountains and hilltops with Utila being very different with low mangrove swamps, hills and fertile soil.

    Many major airlines fly direct nonstop from the USA to Roatan (RTB) from multiple gateways on Saturday: American Airlines, Delta, and United. There are many direct flights from the US and several connecting flights through the US gateway cities of Miami, Atlanta, Houston and Dallas.

    The ROATAN AGGRESSOR® liveaboard departs for scuba diving trips from the dock located at Romeo's Restaurant in French Harbor, Roatan. It is located 7 miles from the Roatán International Airport (RTB) in Coxen Hole.

    Visitors must have a current passport, adequate funds to support themselves, and a return airline ticket. US citizens require a passport that must be valid for 6 months from date of entry. It is the travelers’ responsibility to ensure they have the proper visa to travel into each country on his or her itinerary as well as for re-entry and return to their country. Since regulations vary by country, contact your consulate or embassy of your country for the requirement.

    Arrival/Boarding/Departure Roatan

    Guests arriving into the Roatán International Airport on Saturday will first clear customs then proceed outside. There are several options depending on what time you arrive. You may take a taxi to Romeo's Restaurant and store your bags on the ROATAN AGGRESSOR® and have lunch until boarding at 3:30 pm or, from the airport you may take a taxi to the host hotel, Clarion Suites at Pineapple Villas in French Harbor and have lunch and enjoy their facilities for an additional charge. Guests may board the yacht anytime between 3:30 pm - 6:00 pm. Everyone must be onboard by 6 pm.

    After a full week of scuba diving, the ROATAN AGGRESSOR® liveaboard returns back to the dock located at Romeo's Restaurant Friday afternoon after lunch (2 dives offered Friday). A sunset cocktail party will be hosted on the sundeck with dinner ashore. This is the only meal not included in the charter. Guests may dine at Romeo's Restaurant or at one of several local restaurants close by. Check-out is Saturday morning at 8 am. The crew will assist organizing transportation back to the Roatán International Airport or the host hotel if you are extending your stay.

    Local Fees/Taxes

    A port/park fee of $125 for 7-nights and $185 for 10-nights will be collected at the beginning of the week in CASH. All onboard purchases including courses, boutique, etc. will incur a 19% VAT tax.The yacht accepts MC/Visa and cash.

    Insurance

    We strongly recommend each guest purchase comprehensive accident, medical, baggage and trip cancellation and interruption insurance when space is reserved. Trip insurance will protect you from financial disappointment if you are prevented from making your scheduled trip due to illness or family illness, or in the event that unforeseen circumstances prevent the airline or yacht from making its scheduled trip. In the event you cancel your trip, please be familiar with Aggressor’s cancellation policies, which can be found on More information can be found on travel insurance/dive accident insurance on the Aggressor website

    Diving

    The crew of the Roatan Aggressor, with their unique combination of talents, offersthe ultimate service. While onboard, you may pick a buddy of your choice, or dive with one of the crewmembers. The yacht offers up to five dives per day (2 on the last day) including night dives. There is ample storage space for your diving equipment in your personal locker. The Roatan Aggressor provides 80 cubic ft. tanks, weight belts and weights. The stern and platform area is very spacious. The boarding ladders were designed for convenience to allow divers easy entries and exits. Enjoy fresh water showers on the back deck after your dives and dry off with a warm towel. All diving onboard the Roatan Aggressor should be within the limits and standards of the training agency that certified you. All dives should be planned no decompression dives.

    Rental Dive Equipment

    A full line of Aqualung rental gear is available aboard including regulators, BCs, dive computers, and night-lights (wetsuit rentals are not available). If any of your dive equipment fails while onboard, the crew will loan you equipment free of charge.

    Telephone / Internet Service / Email

    There is a computer station and satellite phone onboard. It is likely your cell phone/email will work depending on your service provider; however, we suggest you check with your provider prior to traveling. If you need to send an email, you may use the boats email account. Web browsing is not available.

    Roatan Aggressor Includes

    All staterooms are air-conditioned and fitted with private bathrooms and showers. Breakfast

    (cooked to order), buffet lunch and an elegant meal at dinner with tableside service are served in addition to fresh mid- morning and mid-afternoon snacks. Beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) are complimentary while onboard. The yacht is equipped with 110 volt/USB outlets and hairdryers in each stateroom. Linens are changed midweek and fresh towels are placed in each stateroom as needed. Filled tanks, weights and weight belts are included.



    Small print

    Useful information:

    The vessel is equipped with US power sockets, Power socket adapters.

    Accepted payment methods on board: Cash, VISA, Mastercard, USD.

    DIN/INT adaptors are available on board.

    Towels and soap are included.

    3-5 mm wetsuit recommended.

    Wifi only available when in range.

    Itinerary

    This itinerary is a sample only and featured dive sites may vary or the sequence may change.

    Day 1

    The Roatan Aggressor operates from the dock located at Romeos Restaurant on Roatan in French Harbor (7 miles from the Roatan International Airport in Coxen Hole). If arriving prior to boarding, it is suggested you take a taxi to Romeo’s Restaurant where you can store your bags on the boat and enjoy lunch. You can check in on the boat as of 15:30. The boat departs Roatan at around 18:00 on the same day. Boarding: 15:30 - 18:00. Sunday - Thursday: Eat, Sleep & Dive (up to 5 dives are offered each day).

    Day 2

    Roatan (West End of Roatan). Mary’s Place – One of the most famous dive sites off of the south side of Roatan, Mary’s Place has a lush reef with crevasses and tunnels running through it that provide great photo opportunities. Taviana’s Wall - Lots of turtles are found here and this site makes a great night dive with octopus, crabs and lobsters. Wreck of the Aquila - This wreck is home to 15 - 20 large Groupers and a big blue Parrot Fish, as well as a big green Moray Eel that is always willing to come out and play. Odyssey Wreck - This freighter is Roatan’s largest wreck measuring 300 feet long, 50 feet wide, and 85 feet tall. It is one of the largest wrecks in the Caribbean.

    Dive sites - Day 2

    Black Hills dive site

    Black Hills

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 12 - 30m
    Visibility: 10 - 30m
    Current: Slight
    Dive type: Big fish, Reef, Shoal

    CJ’s Dropoff dive site

    CJ’s Dropoff

    Experienced/advance divers
    Dive depth: 15 - 37m
    Visibility: 10 - 30m
    Current: Moderate
    Dive type: Wall, Reef, Deep, Night dive

    Duppy Waters dive site

    Duppy Waters

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 15 - 30m
    Visibility: 10 - 30m
    Current: Slight
    Dive type: Reef

    Halliburton dive site

    Halliburton

    Experienced/advance divers
    Dive depth: 27 - 31m
    Visibility: 10 - 30m
    Current: Slight
    Dive type: Wreck, Deep

    Old House dive site

    Old House

    Experienced/advance divers
    Dive depth: 15 - 40m
    Visibility: 10 - 30m
    Current: Slight
    Dive type: Reef, Deep

    Raggedy Cay dive site

    Raggedy Cay

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 15 - 30m
    Visibility: 10 - 30m
    Current: Slight
    Dive type: Big fish, Reef

    EL AGUILA WRECK dive site

    EL AGUILA WRECK

    Experienced/advance divers
    Dive depth: 30 - 34m
    Visibility: >30m
    Current: Slight
    Dive type: Wreck, Wall, Deep

    HALF MOON BAY MEDIA LUNA dive site

    HALF MOON BAY MEDIA LUNA

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 8 - 17m
    Visibility: 10 - 30m
    Current: None
    Dive type: Wall, Reef, Night dive

    HALF MOON BAY WALL dive site

    HALF MOON BAY WALL

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 18 - 25m
    Visibility: 10 - 30m
    Current: Slight
    Dive type: Wall, Reef, Snorkeling

    MARY’S PLACE dive site

    MARY’S PLACE

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 15 - 30m
    Visibility: 10 - 30m
    Current: Slight
    Dive type: Wall, Reef

    TABYANA’S dive site

    TABYANA’S

    Experienced/advance divers
    Dive depth: 40 - 60m
    Visibility: >30m
    Current: Moderate
    Dive type: Sharks, Wall, Reef, Drift, Deep

    THE ODYSSEY dive site

    THE ODYSSEY

    Experienced/advance divers
    Dive depth: 19 - 36m
    Visibility: >30m
    Current: Moderate
    Dive type: Wreck, Reef, Deep

    PELICAN’S POINT dive site

    PELICAN’S POINT

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 12 - 19m
    Visibility: 10 - 30m
    Current: Slight
    Dive type: Reef

    Day 3

    Roatan (West End or South side Roatan).

    Dive sites - Day 3

    Black Hills dive site

    Black Hills

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 12 - 30m
    Visibility: 10 - 30m
    Current: Slight
    Dive type: Big fish, Reef, Shoal

    CJ’s Dropoff dive site

    CJ’s Dropoff

    Experienced/advance divers
    Dive depth: 15 - 37m
    Visibility: 10 - 30m
    Current: Moderate
    Dive type: Wall, Reef, Deep, Night dive

    Duppy Waters dive site

    Duppy Waters

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 15 - 30m
    Visibility: 10 - 30m
    Current: Slight
    Dive type: Reef

    Halliburton dive site

    Halliburton

    Experienced/advance divers
    Dive depth: 27 - 31m
    Visibility: 10 - 30m
    Current: Slight
    Dive type: Wreck, Deep

    Raggedy Cay dive site

    Raggedy Cay

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 15 - 30m
    Visibility: 10 - 30m
    Current: Slight
    Dive type: Big fish, Reef

    EL AGUILA WRECK dive site

    EL AGUILA WRECK

    Experienced/advance divers
    Dive depth: 30 - 34m
    Visibility: >30m
    Current: Slight
    Dive type: Wreck, Wall, Deep

    HALF MOON BAY MEDIA LUNA dive site

    HALF MOON BAY MEDIA LUNA

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 8 - 17m
    Visibility: 10 - 30m
    Current: None
    Dive type: Wall, Reef, Night dive

    HALF MOON BAY WALL dive site

    HALF MOON BAY WALL

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 18 - 25m
    Visibility: 10 - 30m
    Current: Slight
    Dive type: Wall, Reef, Snorkeling

    MARY’S PLACE dive site

    MARY’S PLACE

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 15 - 30m
    Visibility: 10 - 30m
    Current: Slight
    Dive type: Wall, Reef

    TABYANA’S dive site

    TABYANA’S

    Experienced/advance divers
    Dive depth: 40 - 60m
    Visibility: >30m
    Current: Moderate
    Dive type: Sharks, Wall, Reef, Drift, Deep

    THE ODYSSEY dive site

    THE ODYSSEY

    Experienced/advance divers
    Dive depth: 19 - 36m
    Visibility: >30m
    Current: Moderate
    Dive type: Wreck, Reef, Deep

    PELICAN’S POINT dive site

    PELICAN’S POINT

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 12 - 19m
    Visibility: 10 - 30m
    Current: Slight
    Dive type: Reef

    Day 4

    Seamounts & Cayos Cochinos. Coco’s Sea Mounts - Coco’s beauty is in the mix of coral and good visibility that divers always enjoy. The ocean floor rises from hundreds of feet to only 40 feet from the surface. These sea mounts are far from Utila and Roatan, therefore, they are rarely visited by day boat divers. Toon Town - Known for its macro life, this dive off Cayos Cochinos is jam-packed with big clumps of bluebell tunicates, small crabs and flamingo tongue cowries, among a long laundry list of headliners from the tinier marine kingdoms. Pelican Point - every kind of reef fish imaginable, including French and queen angelfish, butterfly fish, tangs, and parrotfish. On the outside of the reef, you may see sharks and barracuda patrolling

    Dive sites - Day 4

    PELICAN’S POINT dive site

    PELICAN’S POINT

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 12 - 19m
    Visibility: 10 - 30m
    Current: Slight
    Dive type: Reef

    Day 5

    Utila. Black Hills - A favorite among all divers, you can count on seeing schools of Creole Wrasse, Atlantic Spadefish, Horse-eye Jack and Southern Sennets at this seamount, along with Scorpionfish, Toadfish and the rare Frog Fish. A resident turtle appears unafraid of divers, as do the Barracuda. Large pelagic fish can be spotted here, such as Manta Rays, Marlin, and sharks including the big boy himself, the Whale Shark! Duppy Waters - A coral garden begins beneath the boat at 20 feet, with walls sloping off into the blue. Eagle Rays, stingrays, octopus and schools of Creole Wrasse and Blue Tang are in abundance. CJ’s Drop-off - This is one for the deep dive enthusiast. Spiny Caribbean Lobster, Golden Tail Moray and schools of Jack are plentiful. Raggedy Cay - This popular site begins at 30 feet and falls away to 130 feet, with Majestic Eagle Rays swooping by and Hawksbill Turtles munching away on soft corals. Octopus can be found around the sand channels along the coral garden as well as Spotted Morays. Old Bank - This is a very nice shallow dive site, where the rare Elkhorn Coral flourishes and smaller critters, like the Fringed Filefish and Caribbean Reef Squid, can be seen along the walls. In the sandy areas, the allusive Yellowhead Jawfish can be spotted peering out of its hole. Cannery Bank - Here’s a prime opportunity to witness large pelagic fish that roam the open waters. There are logs of vibrant color on the mounts, beginning at 25 feet and sloping to 110 feet. Jack Neil Point - Sand, walls and individual coral heads make this a must dive. Long snout Seahorse, Large-eye Toadfish, Flying Gurnards, and octopus make this one of the area’s best night dives. Halliburton Wreck - Sunk in 1998, this artificial reef begins at 65 feet with the wheelhouse and continues down to the vessel bottom at 100 feet. Green Morays, Spotted Drum, Yellowline Arrow Crabs, Channel Clinging Crabs and Bearded Fire Worms are usually seen on this exceptional deep dive, as well as the occasional Porcupine Fish and Pipefish. Hawksbill Bank - The Roatan Aggressor is one of a few that visit this seamount beginning at 40 feet and sloping down to 80 feet. Bluebell tunicates are in abundance, and the rare Fingerprints can also be found. A resident Hawksbill turtle gives the site its name.

    Dive sites - Day 5

    Black Hills dive site

    Black Hills

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 12 - 30m
    Visibility: 10 - 30m
    Current: Slight
    Dive type: Big fish, Reef, Shoal

    CJ’s Dropoff dive site

    CJ’s Dropoff

    Experienced/advance divers
    Dive depth: 15 - 37m
    Visibility: 10 - 30m
    Current: Moderate
    Dive type: Wall, Reef, Deep, Night dive

    Duppy Waters dive site

    Duppy Waters

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 15 - 30m
    Visibility: 10 - 30m
    Current: Slight
    Dive type: Reef

    Halliburton dive site

    Halliburton

    Experienced/advance divers
    Dive depth: 27 - 31m
    Visibility: 10 - 30m
    Current: Slight
    Dive type: Wreck, Deep

    Raggedy Cay dive site

    Raggedy Cay

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 15 - 30m
    Visibility: 10 - 30m
    Current: Slight
    Dive type: Big fish, Reef

    Day 6

    Utila/Roatan. Toon Town- Known for its macro life, this dive off Cayos Cochinos is jam-packed with big clumps of bluebell tunicates, small crabs and flamingo tongue cowries, among a long laundry list of headliners from the tinier marine kingdoms. Pelican Point - every kind of reef fish imaginable, including French and queen angelfish, butterfly fish, tangs, and parrotfish. On the outside of the reef, you may see sharks and barracuda patrolling

    Dive sites - Day 6

    PELICAN’S POINT dive site

    PELICAN’S POINT

    Beginner divers
    Dive depth: 12 - 19m
    Visibility: 10 - 30m
    Current: Slight
    Dive type: Reef

    Day 7

    Roatan (West End or South side Roatan) for 2 dives. After a full week of diving, the boat returns back to the dock located at Romeo's Restaurant Friday afternoon after lunch (2 dives offered Friday). A sunset cocktail party will be hosted on the sundeck with dinner ashore. This is the only meal not included in the charter. Guests may dine at Romeo's Restaurant or at one of several local restaurants close by.

    Day 8

    Check-out is n the morning at 8 am. The crew will assist organizing transportation back to the Roatán International Airport or the host hotel if you are extending your stay. It is your responsibility to ensure you respect the 24 hour no-fly time after your last dive!