Liveaboard Review

The Roatan Aggressor was built in 2017 and has a length of 31m/102ft long and a beamwidth of 6m/21ft. With the Roatan Aggressor, you get to explore the second largest barrier reef in the world. Diving will mostly take place in the Honduran Bay Islands which is lavish coral reef systems that are considered an underwater photographers dream shooting location. This area is filled with an abundance of marine life from big to small critters of all shapes and sizes.

Our Overall Review


Things we like:

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    Divers said they were pleased that they got to do five dives daily
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    Many people commended the dive crew and staff on their professionalism and friendly nature
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    Divers noted the divemaster Gabi was a perfect hostess and kept everything running smoothly
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    A couple of divers said they loved the wall diving around Roatán and the Seamounts
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    The food was delicious and was a mixture of Caribbean, American and local flare

Things we don't like:

  • check-markSome divers said the gale-force winds were troublesome in the water
  • check-markA couple of divers noted that the visibility in the water was poor on some days

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Diving on the Roatan Aggressor in Honduras 

Roatan Aggressor liveaboard

Amazing scenery and fantastic marine life are what awaits you when venturing on the Roatan Aggressor. It is a power yacht that reaches speeds of 10 knots and is powered by a diesel engine. The spacious liveaboard has a top-notch crew that will take good care of you for the entirety of the trip. You will get to dive in different reef formations, sheer walls, wrecks, seamounts and with many pelagic creatures.

Interior and entertainment areas

The Roatan Aggressor is a one of a kind liveaboard that can house up to 18 guests in 9 lavish en-cabins. All of these cabins have individual air conditioning as well as ample closet storage space. The cabins also provide you with bathrobes, hairdryers and a media player with a monitor. As an added feature to make your stay more enjoyable the liveaboard offers a morning beverage service and an evening turndown service.

Social Areas – The social areas are the hub of the liveaboard and are where most interaction with divers and crew take place. There is a spacious lounge that has sofas and comfortable seating. It has a full entertainment system and also a wet bar for guests to enjoy. The lounge also doubles as the dining area where meals are served.

There is also a sun deck that is fitted with ample seating with a partially shaded area. You will also find a comfortable hot tub that is perfect for evening sun gazing after a long day of scuba diving. The crew is always on hand serving snacks throughout the day.

Dive deck on the liveaboard

The dive deck is well designed to maximize the space for efficiency getting in and out of the water. There is enough storage for your diving gear and rinse stations for after your dives. You will also find a camera table that you can use to clean your equipment and use it for setting up before every dive. Dive instructors are always on hand to advise you and give a helping hand when needed.

Food on the Roatan Aggressor

The Roatan Aggressor will prepare three meals a day breakfast, lunch, and dinner. On the Roatan Aggressor, you will be treated to local, Caribbean, and American cuisine as well as barbeques. In the morning you will be spoilt with juices, cereals, hot entrees, and local specialties. Lunch will be served buffet style and a plated meal will be served for dinner. The chef also takes care of special dietary requirements but it should be mentioned before the liveaboard trip commences. Snacks will also be served throughout the day to keep the energy levels high.


Itineraries on the Roatan Aggressor will be jam-packed taking you to locations such as Honduras, the Bay Island, Utila, Sea Mount, and Cayos Cochino. The normal diving itinerary consists of seven-night stays. You will get to see sea critters, bottlenose dolphins, sponges, whale sharks, wrecks, and walls and much more.

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