Save $600 on the Belize Aggressor III & IV

30th August 2016   |   Sandro Lonardi

It’s time for the kids to head back to school. Whether you’re doing an excited dance or a bit sad to see the end of summer, this special from Diviac is guaranteed to make you happy. To celebrate the fall season, Diviac is offering $600 off several Aggressor Fleet liveaboards.

From now until September 11, 2016, book either the Belize Aggressor III or the Belize Aggressor IV for travel through March 30, 2017 to receive $600 off! That means you can sail for 7 nights on the Belize Aggressors from only $1795.

Most of the departures included in the special deal dive Lighthouse Reef, Half Moon Cay and Turneffe Atoll. However, at the beginning of 2017, the Belize Aggressor IV sets her sights on snorkeling with humpback whales in the Silver Banks.

Keep in mind that there is still time to book the Dive the World weeks on the Belize Aggressors III & IV. These departures give you a savings of 25%.

Belize Aggressor III & IV

The Belize Aggressors III & IV were purpose-built to show scuba divers the hidden secrets of Belize.

In the luxury Belize Aggressor III, you will languish in the warm and crystal clear water boasting amazing visibility. Enjoy and explore some of the most exciting dive spots in the world - Half Moon Caye, Blue Hole, Turneffe and more. After an exhilarating diving day aboard the Belize Aggressor III, unwind on the sundeck or at the bar and enjoy fresh food or rest in a stateroom built with uncompromising quality.

Aboard the Belize Aggressor IV, built for comfort and safety, outstanding diving is the priority. A wall diver’s paradise, the sheer walls are adorned with giant elephant ear sponges and crimson gorgonians. Declared one of the 10 best dive destinations in the world, not only are there beautiful coral formations but a great array of large marine species. Dive with dolphins, sharks, tarpon and eagle rays as you marvel at the amazing visibility and vast diversity of ocean treasures.

Belize

Belize is well known to divers for the world’s largest blue hole, but its diving scene also features amazing coral reefs and whale shark adventures.

For example, Belize is home to the second largest barrier reef in the world. The waters are rich, clear and warm, offering great conditions for beginners and some exciting diving for the more advanced diver. There are unforgettable deep wall dives. Current can be present, but many of the sites are calm.

The reefs are vibrant with marine life. Although rare, bull sharks, hammerhead sharks, lemon sharks, reef sharks and manatees are seen. Fish come in all the colors of the rainbow and include butterfly fish, angel fish, clown fish, parrot fish and even large barracudas and groupers. Critter-lovers will enjoy seeing seahorses and lobsters among the staghorn and elkhorn corals, and keep an eye out for the rare whitespotted toadfish.

The cayes and atolls are the most popular diving areas. Because they are quite spread out, divers using land-based operators will only be able to explore a couple of these during a week’s vacation. However, those diving from a liveaboard can see a majority of the country’s best dive sites.

Deal Details

  • DEAL 1: Save $600 on departures through March 30, 2017 when booked before September 11, 2016.
  • DEAL 2: Save 25% on Dive the World weeks, including departures on August 19th and September 23rd, 2017 for Belize Aggressor II and December 17th, 2016 as well as August 5th and October 7th, 2017 for Belize Aggressor IV.
  • Not valid with any other promotion or money-saving offer.
  • The discount applies to the full paying space only on single supplement.

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