Save $600 on the Cayman Aggressor 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 the Cayman Aggressor IV for travel through March 30, 2017 to receive $600 off! That means you can sail for 7 nights on the Cayman Aggressor IV from only $1822.

Most of the departures included in this special deal travel the “Best of the Cayman Islands” itinerary. This action-packed week takes you to all three of the Cayman Islands for some of the best diving in the Caribbean.

Keep in mind, there is still time to book the Dive the World weeks on the Cayman Aggressor IV. These departures give you a savings of 25%.

Cayman Aggressor IV

The Cayman Aggressor IV accommodates divers in style as they explore the crystal clear, warm water of the Cayman Islands, a world-renowned diving destination.

Built for comfort and power, the Cayman Aggressor IV is a 110’ yacht. Her amenities are numerous and a diver’s every need will be anticipated as you cruise in style to the best dive sites in the Caymans islands. The Cayman Aggressor IV sleeps 18 people. Her deluxe accommodations include 9 recently renovated rooms: six deluxe staterooms with double or single berths, two single-share staterooms with a shared bathroom between rooms, and a master stateroom with queen bed. Each room is equipped with individual climate controls.

When guests are not relaxing in their comfy rooms, they can retreat to the large, air conditioned salon and dining area. Between dives, lounge on the sun deck complete with deck chairs, stereo, bar and grill or soak in the hot tub under the stars. The Cayman Aggressor IV also has a photo center complete with digital video and photo editing computer, to recall and create memories of your magnificent dives. For a variety of nightly entertainment and between dives, there is snorkeling, fish identification presentations, movies, games and more.

Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands are the perfect cocktail of reef, wrecks and rum.

These islands are famous for encounters with stingrays in Stingray City where the rays are said to be almost tame but there are numerous sites that the islands can offer that are unique in both marine life and topography. There is the pinnacle of Babylon or the great drop-offs of the Wilderness Wall and the Bloody Bay Wall and if those were not enough to keep you occupied, there are the wrecks of Captain Keith Tibbets and the Kittiwake where all manner of tropical marine species abound.

The visibility is on average between 60 and 100 feet (18-30 meters) and the water temperature ranges annually between 78-82°F (26-28°C). The island of Grand Cayman plays host to a turtle farm so it is rare that you will have a dive without seeing at least one of the resident species as well as all the regular grazers on a coral reef.

The Cayman is in the hurricane belt and whilst the water temperature remains welcoming all year round for divers, the seas are not as hospitable during the June to November months.

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 April 29th, July 29th and September 16th, 2017.
  • 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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Cayman Aggressor IV

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