Join Channel Islands Dive Adventures on a trip to Roatan, Utila, Cayos Cochinos and the Seamounts aboard the Roatan Aggressor
Honduras and the Bay Islands cover such a large area and the diving is so varied that doing it by liveboardd makes the most sense. The Bay Islands are world-renowned for their walls, wrecks, massive barrel sponges and macro subjects. Roatan too has great diving with plenty to see under the surface.
Trip Details-Roatan Aggressor liveaboard-July 18-25, 2020
- Twin or Deluxe cabin-$3000.00 / Master Cabin $3300.00 (only 1)
- Single supplements available
- Deposits of $400.00 due to book your spot
- 1st payment of $400.00 due 9/20/2019
- 2nd payment of $800.00 due 12/25/2020
- Balance due 3/1/2020
- Channel Islands Dive Adventures trip applications will be required upon booking
- All deposits and payments are non-refundable! See our Polices Page HERE
- Trip insurance is highly recommended
- Valid passports required
What is Included
- 7 nights accommodations on Roatan Aggressor
- All meals & drinks (includes beer & wine)
- Friday dinner ashore (CIDA will pick the tab up for this)
- 5 dives each day and up to 27 total dive
- Pre-trip group get together
- Hosted trip
What is not Included
- Tax of $125.00 due in cash on arrival
- Nitrox-cost is $100.00 for trip
- Any tips & gratuities
- RT airport transfers
- Trip insurance
*Check out the Know Before you Go info from the Aggressor*
This trip is best suited for
All level divers and a great choice for divers wanting to sharpen their diving skills for more advanced trips. The dive sites visited have something for everyone. Good buoyancy control and surface signal tubes are always recommended.
Roatan is ideally situated along the second longest barrier reef in the world. This extensive reef attracts a wide variety of marine animals and feeds the Bay Islands with healthy and diverse populations of fish and other marine creatures both big and small.
The diving is different in each area. Roatan diving can be different from one side of the island to the other, then you have Utlia and the outer seamounts some wrecks and you will have the best time ever. During the week you get the chance to do 27 dives with all dives made from the main ship. This makes life VERY SIMPLE and no bouncy skiff rides here!
The Roatan Aggressor started service in Roatan in 2017. She is 120 ft in length, has a beam of 21 ft and has a staff of 6. The staff are all from the local area. There are 9 staterooms and each has individual AC, storage space and monitor with media player. All meals are included on board including alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. There is a large lounge, dining area, wet bar, outdoor covered seating area and spacious sun deck with hot tub.
If this is your first time on a liveaboard you will go home thinking diving from one is the best thing EVER!
Arrive at Roatan International airport on Saturday, July 18, 2020. Transfers are NOT included and once at airport there are several options depending on what time you arrive. You may take a taxi to Romeo’s Restaurant, store your bags on the Aggressor and have lunch until boarding at 3:30 pm. The other option is to take a taxi to the host hotel, Clarion Suites at Pineapple Villas in French Harbor and have lunch there. We can board the yacht anytime between 3:30 pm – 6:00 pm. Everyone must be on board by 6 pm.
After the end of the week we return to the dock located at Romeo’s Restaurant. Later Friday a sunset cocktail party will be hosted on the sundeck with dinner ashore. This is the only meal usually not included in the charter but CIDA will pick up the tab for this. We will either go to Romeo’s Restaurant or one of several local restaurants close by. Check-out is Saturday morning at 8 am. The crew will assist in organizing transportation back to the airport or the host hotel if you are extending your stay. For guests departing Saturday afternoon a day package option can be purchased on board the Aggressor for $45 that will include transportation from the yacht to the Clarion Resort (host hotel), lunch, use of the facilities and transportation to the airport.
If you have any questions, please
contact Ken at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (805) 469-7288