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Aggressor Fleet announces Roatan Aggressor

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“As CEO of Aggressor Fleet, one of the most-important parts of the business is to offer new destinations for our guests. We are extremely excited to announce the new Roatan Aggressor starting 3 June, 2017,” says Wayne Brown.

Roatan’s reefs are home to abundant corals, including large stands of endangered elkhorn coral, colourful reef fish and shy sharks. The island’s vibrant seagrass beds are a nursery for beautiful juvenile fish and even friendly, flashing squid. The island has long been a premier diving destination and now the 18-passenger Roatan Aggressor liveaboard will provide divers unprecedented access to reefs surrounding the islands of Roatan, Utila, Cayos Cochinos and the Sea Mount. The many dive sites such as Eel’s Garden, Enchanted Forest and Coco’s Seamount, combined with clear water, will inspire underwater photographers and amaze marine naturalists.

“The Roatan Aggressor offers the unique critters and fascinating diving that the Bay Islands of Honduras have become known for. I cannot wait to get onboard myself,” says Brown.
The 36-metre Roatan Aggressor will host 18 guests in private air-conditioned staterooms each with a port hole, and private bathrooms. The yacht includes a spacious sundeck, comfortable salon, dive deck with camera tables, rinse tanks and gear lockers, nitrox fills, and offers scrumptious chef-prepared meals, between-dive snacks, around-the-clock service from a professional crew and all the signature Aggressor Fleet amenities.

www.aggressor.com

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Scuba Diver's Editor-in-Chief Mark Evans has been in the diving industry for nearly 25 years, and has been diving since he was just 12 years old. 30-odd years later and he is still addicted to the underwater world.

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