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Get Aggressor Adventures travel credit from SSI

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As if we needed any more encouragement for getting away for some warm-water diving as soon as we are able to, Aggressor Adventures has now partnered up with training agency SSI on an exciting deal.

Divers from all around the world who enroll in SSI Specialty Programmes this summer will get $300 in travel credit for a future Aggressor Adventures liveaboard dive vacation, river cruise or wildlife safari.

The SSI Training Centre will issue a $300 travel voucher to students who purchase SSI Specialty Programmes from 1-15 June. The travel voucher applies to any Aggressor Adventures vacations taken 15 June 2021 – 15 June 2022 and may be redeemed on bookings made through SSI Training Centres, Aggressor Adventures or Liveaboard.com.

“Continuing education is part of Aggressor’s mission. We are proud to partner with SSI and local dive centres in getting students back in classroom and participating in the sport we all love – scuba diving,” says Wayne Brown, Aggressor Adventures Chairman and CEO.

The eligible dive courses include any SSI Specialty Programme; EAN 32, Science of Diving, Equipment Techniques or any of the six Ecology programmes. SSI Professionals looking to further their education of obtaining a new Specialty Instructor rating will also earn the $300 travel voucher. Only one voucher is available per customer, other promotions and discounts do not apply. There are no black-out travel dates. All you have to do is purchase the course, then have your Training Centre send a copy of the receipt to accounting@aggressor.com and a voucher will be emailed to you.

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