Save $600 on the Bahamas Aggressor

29th August 2016   |   Sandro Lonardi

Spread out like emeralds in a sapphire sea, the Bahamas are a scuba diving paradise, and one that is ideal for exploration by liveaboard. With this new special from Diviac, we strive to put you on the Bahamas trip of your dreams during the perfect season for diving these islands.

From now until September 11, 2016, book the Bahamas Aggressor for travel through March 30, 2017 to receive $600 off! That means you can sail for 7 nights on the Bahamas Aggressor for only $1295.

All of the applicable itineraries are 7 nights long and visit Exuma Cays and Southwest Eleuthera.

Because January and February are the height of the Bahamas season, we don’t expect another special deal of this caliber to come around for the 2017 season. Be sure to reserve your spot soon. These departures will sell out quickly.

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

Bahamas Aggressor

With a hot tub, outstanding food service and five dives a day, the Bahamas Aggressor liveaboard is the perfect choice for your holiday.

The Bahamas Aggressor, also known as the Carib Dancer, offers 7-night trips with two different itineraries. These schedules are chosen to make the most of the seasonal weather in the Bahamas, and all itineraries run from Saturday to Saturday.

The Exuma Cays and Southwest Eleuthera itinerary is a favorite. The Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park is a group of 350 cays that play host to all manner of sea life, and the Bahamas Aggressor has the flexibility to pick the dive site with the best conditions for the day. You are sure to love the dramatic walls and pelagic-filled drifts. The yacht tours this itinerary from September to April.

Diving days are magnificently long aboard the Bahamas Aggressor. Five dives a day are offered Sunday through Thursday including a night dive each evening. One additional dive is completed on Friday before the yacht returns to port. There are also plentiful opportunities to go ashore for taking advantage of the pristine beaches. Snorkeling equipment will be provided on these beach excursions.

Bahamas

With great shipwrecks, stunning walls, healthy coral reefs and some of the best shark diving in the world, diving in the Bahamas is easy to enjoy.

With over 700 islands, the Bahamas features more dive environments than you’re likely to see in one trip. The third largest barrier reef is found offshore. There are also deep walls, fascinating wrecks, blue holes, tunnels, caverns and some of the best shark diving in the world.

Most of the dive sites are protected from open ocean currents, but there are deep sites to explore and some of the far eastern sites boast heavy currents. If you’re a tec diver, you’ll be able to reach some deep wrecks or wind your way through submerged tunnels and caves.

The Bahamas not only hosts hundreds of colorful fish, pelagic species also love this archipelago. In particular, scuba divers flock to the area for one-of-a-kind encounters with hammerhead sharks, bull sharks, oceanic whitetip sharks and silky sharks.

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 December 3, 2016, January 7, 2017 and September 30, 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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Bahamas Aggressor

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