Exploring Caribbean Walls & Wrecks on The Utila Aggressor

From Dive Newswire:
For the first time in over a decade, Aggressor Fleet, the world’s largest fleet of franchised live-aboard boats, is adding a new Caribbean destination –– Utila, Honduras.

The all-new, 14-passenger Utila Aggressor dive yacht will operate from Utila Watersports beginning in November 2005. It caters to both divers and snorkelers who will be able to explore sheer coral walls and wrecks near Utila, as well as offshore sea mounts, which are not currently being explored by local dive operators.

The Utila Agressor is a 100-foot-long, aluminum, monohull vessel featuring a wet bar, computer station, spacious dive deck and rental underwater digital photo equipment. Week-long scuba charters will include on-board accommodations, delicious meals, soft drinks, plus five and a half days of diving. Utila is world-famous for whale sharks and Aggressor guests may have the opportunity to snorkel with them.

The Aggressor Fleet, the world’s largest group of franchised live-aboards, are generally regarded as the best afloat by divers and underwater photographers, offering creature comforts such as hot tubs, deluxe staterooms, as well as economically priced quad cabins. The fleet currently has dive yachts in Belize, Cayman Islands, Costa Rica, Fiji, Galapagos, Hawaii, North Sulawesi, Indonesia, Palau, Tahiti, and the Turks & Caicos Islands.

Make reservations or call 800.348.2628.

Posted by Gil Zeimer on August 19, 2005 in Travel

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