Bahamas Aggressor is a deluxe standard professional dive yacht runs by Aggressor Fleet, offering scuba diving trips all around Bahamas according to the seasons, it can accommodate 14 guests.

Mehdi

18/02/2022

Everything was great overall. Captain Dan and his crew went above and beyond to make our week as enjoyable as possible. Chef Yari managed to make every meal look and taste like a 5 star restaurant...

Description

Boat

Bahamas Aggressor is a 30.5 metres long and 6.7 meters wide professional steel dive yacht, Like all Aggressor Fleet's yacht, it was built and maintained to Lloyd’s Registry and American Bureau of Shipping Standards. It is diesel-powered, cruise at 12 knots and have 110-volt power onboard.

Bahamas Aggressor features a roomy, air conditioned salon and dining area, sun deck complete with a hot tub (Jacuzzi), lounge and deck chairs, stereo and CD player, shaded wet bar and grill, a complete photo center with a digital video and still photo editing computer.

The chefs onboard will offer guests delicious meals in various styles from appetizer to dessert all with love. If you have any special dietary requirements, please let our booking agents know, so we can put an note for you.

Bahamas Aggressor's beverages selection includes fruit juices, soft drinks, iced water, iced tea, coffee, and a limited selection of local beer and wine, which are complimentary. Due to the high duty charged on liquor, we suggest you bring your special brand from the last duty free point. Once you consume alcohol, you become a snorkeler until the next day.

Diving amenities include Nitrox, individual dive lockers, camera table with low-pressure air hoses, and two hot, fresh water showers. There is ample storage space for your diving equipment in your personal locker. The stern and platform area is very spacious. The boarding ladders were designed for convenience to allow divers easy entries and exits.


Cabin

Bahamas Aggressor has 6 guest staterooms, it can accommodate up to 14 guests per trip:

All cabins have ensuite bathroom with hair dryer, A/C, monitor with media player, 110-volt outlets.

5 Deluxe Stateroom (#2, 3, 4, 5, 6) :
Located on the lower deck, each cabin comes with a double bed (lower, 53 x 74 inches) and single bed (upper, 30 x 74 inches) in bunk-style, port window.

1 Quad Stateroom (#1) :
Located on the lower deck, this cabin has two sets of twin bunk-style beds (30 x 74 inches), port window.


Diving

  • 4 to 5 dives per day, depends on the itinerary/condition.
  • No dive on the embarkation and disembarkation day.
  • Only 1 - 2 dives will be provided on the last diving day.
  • All diving will provide experienced guide to lead the dive.

Other Informations

  • Nitrox:Available with additional cost
  • 15L Tanks:Available with additional cost
  • REBREATHER Dive:Not available at the moment
  • Technical Dive:Not available at the moment yet
  • Dive Equipment Rental:Available, rate on request
  • Dive insurance:Divers must have valid dive insurance
  • Wi-Fi Internet :Not available at the moment
  • Laundry Service:Not available at the moment
  • Massage Service:Not available at the moment
  • Payment on board:By cash (USD) or credit cards.
  • Crew Number:6, include 2 dive guides

Itineraries

Exuma Cays

The Bahamas Aggressor will cruise through the Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park bringing easy access to remote yet premier dive spots.

Departs from Nassau to explore the dramatic walls, lush coral reefs and exciting animal encounters.

The Exumas archipelago comprises more than 350 small islands and cays stretching over 120 miles from just south of new Providence to the anchor islands of Great and Little Exuma to the south. The Exuma Cays are a part of the more remote Out Islands of the Bahamas. The Cays are the most exotic of these islands, a collection of sandy jewels set in the aquamarine and sapphire of some of the most beautiful waters in the world along with an intriguing combination of walls and rich shallow reefs.

Night diving allows guests to experience an entirely different group of critters and bevy of behaviors not visible during the day. With all dives from the mothership, five dives a day are offered except for the last diving day.

All 7-night trips, diving begins Sunday morning and ends Friday before lunch when the Aggressor returns to port (one dive is offered Friday). The crew hosts a sunset cocktail party at 5:30 p.m. followed by dinner ashore. Saturday morning at 8:00 am is check out. The Captain can assist guests with organizing transportation to the Nassau International Airport or a local hotel.

Throughout the week there will be opportunities to go ashore for swimming, snorkeling and beach combing.


Tiger Beach

The Tiger Beach itinerary is an exploration of the remote areas around the West End of Grand Bahama Island. This is a dedicated liveaboard trip with up to 5 dives per day offered.

The West End area is rarely visited by guests and is home to many creatures – both large (sharks and dolphins) and small (grouper, snapper, assorted other reef fish).

At least one afternoon during the trip will be dedicated to a dive at the area know as "Tiger Beach" where we will try to attract sharks using a "scent triangle" filled with bait. Both Caribbean Reef Sharks and Tiger Sharks are known to frequent the area.

Please note: All shark interactions on Aggressor Fleet yachts are natural, passive and observational in style. The Aggressor Fleet does not actively feed sharks nor chum the waters. Night dives are not offered on the site of Tiger Beach.

Duration: Trips are either 7 night trips or 10 night trips, please be sure you know which one you are on and the embark/disembark days. Boarding is at 4 pm and the yacht departs for the first anchorage at 6 pm. Everyone must be onboard by that time. Check out is at 8 am. Dinner is not included the last night of the trip, however, there is a restaurant at Old Bahama Bay Resort or guests can venture into Freeport.


West End Northern Adventure

Departs from Freeport and explores the west end of Grand Bahama and continues south to Bimini.

This unique 10-night itinerary to Tiger Beach and Bimini offers the best of both of these destination – both large (sharks and dolphins) and small (grouper, snapper, assorted other reef fish).

At least one afternoon during the trip will be dedicated to a dive at the area known as "Tiger Beach". Both Caribbean Reef sharks, Lemon Sharks and Tiger sharks are known to frequent the area.

In Bimini, guests will dive colorful coral reefs, sheer walls, shallow wrecks with plenty of sharks. Bimini is especially known for hammerhead sharks.


All diving onboard the Bahama Aggressor should be within the limits and standards of the training agency that certified you. All dives should be planned no decompression dives.

More

Destinations Tiger Beach, Exuma Cays, Bimini
Facilities Nitrox support, Sidemount Friendly, Camera Station, Jacuzzi
Languages spoken English

Schedules & routes

Date Duration Destination Departure - Arrival Price
24/02/2024 to 02/03/2024 7 nights Exuma Cays Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
02/03/2024 to 09/03/2024 7 nights Exuma Cays Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
09/03/2024 to 16/03/2024 7 nights Exuma Cays Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
16/03/2024 to 23/03/2024 7 nights Exuma Cays Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
23/03/2024 to 30/03/2024 7 nights Exuma Cays Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
06/04/2024 to 13/04/2024 7 nights Tiger Beach Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
13/04/2024 to 20/04/2024 7 nights Tiger Beach Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
20/04/2024 to 30/04/2024 10 nights Tiger Beach Nassau - Nassau From $4,221.00 Detail
01/05/2024 to 11/05/2024 10 nights Tiger Beach Nassau - Nassau From $4,221.00 Detail
11/05/2024 to 18/05/2024 7 nights Tiger Beach Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
18/05/2024 to 25/05/2024 7 nights Tiger Beach Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
25/05/2024 to 01/06/2024 7 nights Tiger Beach Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
01/06/2024 to 08/06/2024 7 nights Tiger Beach Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
08/06/2024 to 15/06/2024 7 nights Tiger Beach Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
15/06/2024 to 22/06/2024 7 nights Tiger Beach Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
22/06/2024 to 29/06/2024 7 nights Tiger Beach Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
29/06/2024 to 06/07/2024 7 nights Tiger Beach Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
06/07/2024 to 13/07/2024 7 nights Tiger Beach Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
20/07/2024 to 27/07/2024 7 nights Exuma Cays Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
27/07/2024 to 03/08/2024 7 nights Exuma Cays Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
03/08/2024 to 10/08/2024 7 nights Exuma Cays Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
10/08/2024 to 17/08/2024 7 nights Exuma Cays Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
17/08/2024 to 24/08/2024 7 nights Exuma Cays Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
31/08/2024 to 07/09/2024 7 nights Exuma Cays Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
07/09/2024 to 14/09/2024 7 nights Exuma Cays Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
14/09/2024 to 21/09/2024 7 nights Exuma Cays Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
21/09/2024 to 28/09/2024 7 nights Exuma Cays Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
02/11/2024 to 09/11/2024 7 nights Exuma Cays Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
09/11/2024 to 16/11/2024 7 nights Exuma Cays Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
16/11/2024 to 23/11/2024 7 nights Exuma Cays Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
23/11/2024 to 30/11/2024 7 nights Exuma Cays Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
30/11/2024 to 07/12/2024 7 nights Exuma Cays Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
07/12/2024 to 14/12/2024 7 nights Exuma Cays Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
14/12/2024 to 21/12/2024 7 nights Exuma Cays Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
21/12/2024 to 28/12/2024 7 nights Exuma Cays Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail
28/12/2024 to 04/01/2025 7 nights Exuma Cays Nassau - Nassau From $2,895.00 Detail

Prices & conditions

Destination Duration Cabin Price
Exuma Cays 7 nights Quad From $2,895.00
Exuma Cays 7 nights Deluxe From $3,095.00
Tiger Beach 7 nights Quad From $2,895.00
Tiger Beach 7 nights Deluxe From $3,095.00
Tiger Beach 10 nights Quad From $4,221.00
Tiger Beach 10 nights Deluxe From $4,421.00

Included

  • VAT and local taxes
  • Full-board meal plan (including snacks)
  • Complimentary beverages (water, tea, coffee)
  • Alcoholic beverage
  • Soft drinks
  • Diving activity (incl. tanks, weights, weight belts)
  • Dive guide service
  • Land excursions and activities throughout the trip
  • Boat accident insurance
  • Cabin towels and complimentary toiletries
  • Cabin cleaning service

Not included

  • Domestic flights in destination country
  • Transfers from airport and/or hotel to the yacht
  • Marine park fees & Port fees
  • Fuel surcharge
  • Dinner ashore the night before disembarkation
  • Dive equipment rentals
  • Larger tank (15 L)
  • Nitrox fills
  • Dive courses on board
  • Dive insurance (mandatory requirement)
  • Travel insurance (trip cancellation insurance)
  • Crew gratuity

Useful information

Tiger Beach

Best time for diving
October - May, as there is a greater likelihood of great hammerheads, bull sharks. But tiger sharks, lemon sharks, nurse shars and Caribbean reef sharks are seen at Tiger Beach year-round. The visibility can be great at times with 60 meters clarity, current is usually mild tidal flow.

About temperatures
Air : winter months are between 18°C - 27°C, summer months are between 24°C - 33°C.
Sea : winter months are between 23°C - 26°C, summer months are between 28°C - 29°C.

Wetsuit Recommendation
Divers are required to wear a full-length wetsuit (3mm for summer months, 5mm for winter months) as well as a hood, gloves, and dive socks (to cover ankles). Dive equipment must be dark in color, no white or yellow dive gear (Yellow second-stage hoses are permitted and are not a problem).

Diver requirement
Shark diving can be a potentially dangerous sport and so divers should be should be fully comfortable with their skills in the water. We recommend divers should have OW with min 30 dives as the minimum. You can find out more informations about diving in The Tiger Beach here : Tiger Beach

Embarkation / Disembarkation
The embarkation and disembarkation for most liveaboards are in Nassau, Bahamas. Guests need to fly to/from Nassau’s Lynden Pindling International Airport (NAS).

For liveaboards are departing from Florida, USA. Guests may fly to/from Palm Beach International Airport (PBI).

Visa Requirements
Please refer to Visa Requirements for details of countries covered by visa exemption agreements or different visa requirements for all countries.

Vaccinations
A yellow fever vaccination certificate is required from traveller arriving from countries with risk of yellow fever transmission. the same is required for traveller having transited more than 12 hours through the airport of a country with risk of yellow fever transmission. An overview of the countries which this applies to can be downloaded here: Yellow Fever Risk Countries. Further information can be found under the Visiting the Bahamas section of The Government of The Bahamas website.

Money Matters
The local currency is the Bahamian Dollar (BSD), but USD is also readily used. Cards are used throughout most of the country, especially in the tourist areas, although on some of the smaller outer islands only cash is accepted for purchases. ATMs are readily available in any major town.

Drones
Drones can be brought into the Bahamas with pre-registration. To apply for registration please visit The Bahamas Civil Aviation Authority

Extending your holiday
We offer a range of hotels/resorts, land-based diving packages, and excursions that can be arranged before or after your liveaboard holiday. Just ask us if you need such service.


Exuma Cays

Best time for diving
December - April for the most shark actions. You can dive year round in the Exumas, the water is very warm and settled throughout the year. However, diving conditions could be susceptible to weather during the hurricane season which runs from June to November. The visibility is usually between 20m to 50m. Most areas will have Shark Feeding dives available and most liveaboards will do at least one in the week.

A famous event - “The March of the Spiny Lobster” happens between late Oct until mid Nov near the Andros. The lobsters are usually found solitary on the reef like the groupers but gather in huge numbers. As a diver you can get very close and they will even march over you if you lie down in their way.

About temperatures
Air : winter months are between 18°C - 27°C, summer months are between 24°C - 33°C.
Sea : winter months are between 24°C - 27°C, summer months are between 28°C - 30°C.

Wetsuit Recommendation
In the winter months, a 3 - 5 mm wetsuit is recommended. In summer months a skin or 3 mm shorty is recommended. Please consider in the Exumas area, you will have the opportunity to dive as many as 5 times a day on most of the liveaboards.

Diver requirement
Suitable for all levels. You can find out more informations about diving in The Exumas here : Exumas Cays

Embarkation / Disembarkation
Both embarkation and disembarkation are in Nassau, Bahamas. Guests need to fly to/from Nassau’s Lynden Pindling International Airport (NAS).

Visa Requirements
Please refer to Visa Requirements for details of countries covered by visa exemption agreements or different visa requirements for all countries.

Vaccinations
A yellow fever vaccination certificate is required from traveller arriving from countries with risk of yellow fever transmission. the same is required for traveller having transited more than 12 hours through the airport of a country with risk of yellow fever transmission. An overview of the countries which this applies to can be downloaded here: Yellow Fever Risk Countries. Further information can be found under the Visiting the Bahamas section of The Government of The Bahamas website.

Money Matters
The local currency is the Bahamian Dollar (BSD), but USD is also readily used. Cards are used throughout most of the country, especially in the tourist areas, although on some of the smaller outer islands only cash is accepted for purchases. ATMs are readily available in any major town.

Drones
Drones can be brought into the Bahamas with pre-registration. To apply for registration please visit The Bahamas Civil Aviation Authority

Extending your holiday
We offer a range of hotels/resorts, land-based diving packages, and excursions that can be arranged before or after your liveaboard holiday. Just ask us if you need such service.


Bimini

Best time for diving
All year round, depends what you want to see. The great hammerhead sharks begin to congregate off of Bimini from January, and stay till March. Grouper spawning can be seen in late January and early February. Bull sharks and nurse sharks are more frequently seen from December to March. Tunas migrate in Bimini happens from March to May. And the summer months is best time for Atlantic spotted dolphins and bottlenose dolphins.

Bimini offers an great diversity of dive sites : coral reefs, walls, shipwrecks, blue holes, caverns... The visibility range from 25 - 30 meters, currents can be very strong at times.

About temperatures
Air : winter months are between 15°C - 25°C, summer months are between 25°C - 32°C.
Sea : winter months are between 24°C - 27°C, summer months are between 28°C - 30°C.

Wetsuit Recommendation
In the winter months, a 5 mm wetsuit is recommended. In summer months a skin or 3 mm shorty is recommended.

Diver requirement
Suitable for all levels. You can find out more informations about diving in Bimini here : Bimini

Embarkation / Disembarkation
Both embarkation and disembarkation are in Nassau, Bahamas. Guests need to fly to/from Nassau International Airport (NAS).

For liveaboards are departing from Florida, USA. Guests may fly to/from Palm Beach International Airport (PBI).

Visa Requirements
Please refer to Visa Requirements for details of countries covered by visa exemption agreements or different visa requirements for all countries.

Vaccinations
A yellow fever vaccination certificate is required from traveller arriving from countries with risk of yellow fever transmission. the same is required for traveller having transited more than 12 hours through the airport of a country with risk of yellow fever transmission. An overview of the countries which this applies to can be downloaded here: Yellow Fever Risk Countries. Further information can be found under the Visiting the Bahamas section of The Government of The Bahamas website.

Money Matters
The local currency is the Bahamian Dollar (BSD), but USD is also readily used. Cards are used throughout most of the country, especially in the tourist areas, although on some of the smaller outer islands only cash is accepted for purchases. ATMs are readily available in any major town.

Drones
Drones can be brought into the Bahamas with pre-registration. To apply for registration please visit The Bahamas Civil Aviation Authority

Extending your holiday
We offer a range of hotels/resorts, land-based diving packages, and excursions that can be arranged before or after your liveaboard holiday. Just ask us if you need such service.

Diver's reviews (5)

Mehdi, 18/02/2022

Everything was great overall. Captain Dan and his crew went above and beyond to make our week as enjoyable as possible. Chef Yari managed to make every meal look and taste like a 5 star restaurant. The crew were very knowledgeable in diving and very accommodating in assisting divers who needed it.

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Neomi, 23/06/2021

Overall, I am very pleased with my trip. The crew was very supportive and especially the food was amazing. I felt very happy and treated well. The diving was nice but I have some constructive feedback for that part. Mainly the locations they went to for diving were only two, which is not really what is advertised online. There they have a whole map with several more dive sites around Tiger Beach. From the itinerary and the information online they did lead me to believe we would actually go diving at the actual Tiger Beach. I can’t say I wasn’t disappointed we didn’t go there, as to me, that was the whole motivation for the liveaboard. So even while the diving was great, I booked on to specifically go to Tiger Beach and not only stick to two random dive sites where there was barely any tiger sharks at all. I wanted to see the tiger sharks, be in waters where there was at least two in my vicinity, so in that regards, they might want to change their itinerary description so people are aware they don’t dive at tier beach itself. Other than that, I cannot complain about much else. The company was great and we had amazing weather. It was a perfect trip to end my time in the Bahamas and I am actually looking forward to a future trip with Aggressor maybe somewhere else in the world. I do feel I got my money’s worth and more just based on the experience.

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Erik, 24/01/2021

Overall a great trip but I probably won't be returning. We did the itinerary out of Nassau. In comparison to the other Aggressor boats, this one is really showing its age. In fact, it's one of the first. It doesn't have many of the modern amenities that many others have. The crew was awesome! Instructors/Guides Megan and Rachel and Captain Todd were awesome! Professional to the core and more than willing to make sure everyone was taken care of! The boat overall took safety very seriously. With the issues in the industry and aggressor with lithium batteries, they made sure to keep everyone informed on their procedures as a crew to put everyone at ease. All the diving is done from the main vessel so no Dinghy's are involved; they have one for emergencies though. I got a great deal from Johann and would only return if I got the same deal. The diving is not good. The washing machine dive was awesome but that is the only one that stands out; mostly due to the currents. Geologically the sites are beautiful; lots of swim throughs, walls, ledges, caves. However the reefs are dead. Very few fish and most of the reef is completely overgrown with algae. And where there are no small fish, not many big fish either.

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Philippe COULON, 17/03/2016

Croisière parfaitement déroulée du 05 au 11 mars 2016. Possibilité de faire 5 plongées/jours dont celle de nuit. Trop à mon goût mais chacun est libre de les faire toutes ou non. Très bon accueil. Équipage de 5 personnes et tous adorables (spécial clin d’œil pour Céleste) et très professionnels. Vraiment aux petits soins, que ce soit pour la mise à l'eau, le retour des plongées ou les repas. Rien à redire vraiment de ce côté là. Le bateau est très bien agencé (même la télé avec des films dans la cabine de 4 entre chaque plongée si on veux ou le soir avant de s'endormir mais entre nous pas besoin). Pas de soucis pour recharger son matériel photo que ce soit en cabine ou au niveau du pont. Une table dédiée pour le matériel photo est présent ainsi que pour le rinçage. Je recommande cette croisière pour le côté intimiste (12-13 passagers maximum). Liberté d'autonomie lors des plongées et faciles à faire même pour un niveau 1. Déçu un peu néanmoins de n'avoir pu voir que des requins récifs (entre autre) mais les plongées valent le coup pour ceux qui n'en n'ont jamais fait entourées de requins autour de vous. Pas de "shark feeding!) heureusement. Je m'attendais à voir d'autres espèces comme des requins tigres ou autres :-). Sinon les plongées sont faciles et les fonds sont bien préservés. Les photographes ne seront pas sur le faim. Possibilités d'avoir un DVD vidéo souvenir à la fin du séjour moyennant quelques dollars sinon vous pouvez repartir gracieusement avec des photos si vous avez le support adéquat. L'équipage a toujours été disponible et discret quand il le fallait. Ayant déjà eu l'occasion de faire plusieurs croisières (Maldives, Mer Rouge, Raja Ampat, Mer de Cortez...), si vous voulez passer un bon moment, n'hésitez pas. Parler anglais est quand même un petit plus :-) car l'équipage est non francophone sur le bateau et les passagers majoritairement étrangers et non francophone également mais est-ce le plus important! Très bonnes bulles!!!

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Ted, 29/05/2014

This was the second time I have been on Aggressor boat. The first was the few years ago with Palau Aggressor. And this time Dive and Cruise gave us 25% discount from "Dive the world" promotion. My gf and I are budget divers, but with about few hundreds USD higher, the boat was much nicer. The cabin has its own sink, shower and toilet. Our cabin have a double bed with a single bunk above it. The rooms are bit small, but there was adequate storage for everything, so they were comfortable. The dive deck was nicely laid out. There are two showers on the back platform with hot water, and there is a hot tub on the sun deck and it was great for warming up quickly after a dive. The food was good and plentiful. A special nice touch was I am a vegetarian, and the chef had a special dish prepared just for me! The divnig was typical Bahamas diving with reefs, walls, a few wrecks, coral gardens. The coral is in terrific shape; lots of soft/hard coral on the walls and the guide always tried to let us see some unique sites. We dove lots of time with sharks around, was great! So if you are a diver on a budget, and want incredible value for your dive trip, this boat should be your best choice in Bahamas!

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