Liveaboard Review

Bahamas Aggressor was built in 2012 and renovated in 2014. The liveaboard measures in at 30.48 meters/100 feet and can take up to 14 passengers in 6 stunning cabins. It can obtain a cruising speed of 12 knots and will whisk you away to fantastic destinations. You will be treated to at least 5 dives per day and led by knowledgeable instructors who have years of experience. The food is freshly prepared and served in the dining room, there are also a saloon and sundeck where you can spend your leisure time.

Our Overall Review


Things we like:

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    Divers said they went wreck diving and it was a highlight for them
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    Many people were happy with the crew and staff who catered to their needs
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    Divers said the night dives were excellent at Barracuda Shoals
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    Some people said the camera centre was a good addition to the liveaboard
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    The food is delicious and a mixture between Bahamas and American cuisine

Things we don't like:

  • check-markA couple of people noted that the liveaboard was worn and tired

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Diving on the Bahamas Aggressor in the Bahamas 

Bahamas Aggressor

The vessel is always buzzing with activity and has a vibrant crew that creates a great atmosphere that is both homey and professional. With the Bahamas Aggressor, you will get to explore dive sites like the Exumas and Cays of the Bahamas. When diving these sites you will get to see the Caribbean reef, lemon, and tiger sharks as well as schools of fish. This is also a great vessel for photographers who get a digital photo and video center.

Boat interior

The Bahamas Aggressor has the capability to house 14 guests in 6 luxury cabins that have individual climate control. You will find these cabins are fitted with TV/DVD players and a hairdryer for your hair. The cabins all have en-suite bathrooms that are fitted with a shower and basin with hot water. These cabins have single and double beds and the quad staterooms have two twins bunked beds in their cabins.

There is also a salon that comes with a full entertainment system to pass the time between dives. In the salon, you can watch videos or commune with fellow passengers over a cup of tea. The dining room is also spacious and it is where most meals will be served. Both the dining and salon have to air-condition.

There is also a sun deck where you can soak up some sun and enjoy a cocktail. There are various lounges and deck chairs as well as a shaded bar and grill. On the sun deck, you will also have access to the jacuzzi where you can unwind after a long day in the water.

Dive decks on the liveaboard

The dive deck has enough room for you to move freely with your gear. There are also rinsing showers located on the dive deck for your convenience. On the liveaboard, you will be treated to five days a day as well as a night dive. There is also a large photo center that has a photo/video editing computer that you can use to download all your videos and photos.

Food on the Bahamas Aggressor

There will never be a shortage of food on this liveaboard with the chef preparing American dishes, Barbeques, and some local Bahamas dishes. In the morning you will get cereals, juices, fresh fruit, and entrees. In the afternoon, lunchtime will be served buffet style with a delicious selection of meat, slices of bread, sandwiches, and vegetables. Dinners are more formal and are served every evening by the chef and consist of beef or chicken, salads, vegetables, and seafood.


You will get the opportunity to explore the crystal clear waters of the Bahamas. The itineraries will take you to the Exuma Cays and Southwest Eleuthera. These trips normally last eight days and seven nights.

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