Caribbean - Liveaboards
The Caribbean has something to offer everyone and one of our most popular diving regions after the Red Sea. For many, the Caribbean epitomizes luxury in an idyllic setting, for divers it offers so much more.
Surprising and enchanting, visit underwater sculpture parks, varied wreck dives & coral gardens. Experience fast and thrilling drift dives & cave diving. The Caribbean Sea is the right choice for the novice & the tekkie diver with its ample choice of shore and boat dive sites, resorts, dive centers & liveaboards.
Each island has an individual character and feeling but always offering a warm, friendly welcome, exotic food, tropical fruit and fresh seafood. Mix this up with a sundowner and lively music against a backdrop of cobalt blue skies and you’ll want to return before you leave.
Cayman Liveaboard Aggressor IV - Cayman Islands, Caribbean
This Caymans Islands luxury liveaboard, the Cayman Aggressor IV, provides access to excellent visibility and calm, crystal clear warm waters which have made the Cayman Islands a scuba diving favourite for decades. Every week, Cayman Aggressor IV divers explore the walls and ship wrecks of Grand Cayman with side excursions to Little Cayman and Cayman Brac in the right conditions.
The Cayman Aggressor IV docks at the George Town Tourist Dock, however during the winter months she occasionally dock off Ann Drive in North Sound Estates.
A 110 ft yacht built and powered for comfort, safety and stability. Nine deluxe staterooms (6 with a double and single berths, 1 with a queen bed and 2 with twin berths), all have private toilet and shower except twin cabins which share.
Air-conditioned salon with entertainment centre, galley, shaded sun deck hot tub and deck chairs. Computer with email access via satellite. Onboard safety equipment including defibrillator and D.A.N. oxygen system. Photo lab.
Large well designed dive deck with divers own personal dive station with seat and locker. Air/nitrox fills.
Monday - Thursday
Itinerary may vary due to weather conditions and vessel location.
A non-refundable deposit of is required at the time of booking. The final balance is due 5 weeks prior to departure.
Please note: No transfers are included and local taxes and fees of US$45 are payable locally on board.
Best Time: November - April (Dry season), May - October (Wet season)
Average Air temps: 24-30°C
Average Water temps: 26-28°C Recommended - 3mm shortie/full suit.
Visibility: 5-100m (Jan-June)
Top Dive Sites: Stingray City - Grand Cayman, Bloody Bay Wall - Little Cayman. Wrecks USS Kittiwake, Balboa & Oro Verde - Grand Cayman, San Miguel - Little Cayman, Captain Keith Tibbets - Cayman Brac. Spectacular wall dives. North Wall .
Great Reasons to Dive in the Cayman Islands