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Aggressor Fleet Adds Socorro To Their Adventure Destinations

The Aggressor fleet has introduced its newest addition to their fleet of liveaboards, the Socorro Aggressor, which will run trips to Socorro and Guadalupe Islands.

Aggressor has built a reputation for luxury liveaboards serving the best adventure destinations around the world, and this new addition will be a perfect fit. The first departure will be Christmas Day 2018.

CEO Wayne Brown says:

“We are extremely excited to offer our guests a top destination to add to their dive log that offers giant pacific manta rays, large schools of fish and sharks.”

The new Socorro Aggressor is 135 feet (41 meters) with comfortable accommodations for 26 guests in 13 air-conditioned staterooms with private baths, and the signature amenities for which the Aggressor is known.

The Socorro Aggressor will run eight-night/nine-day trips through the Revillagigedo Archipelago, a volcanic group of islands approximately 240 miles south of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. This journey offers the opportunity to dive with oceanic mantas, dolphins, large schools of fish, pinnipeds, and sharks. Humpback whales often join the cast of mesmerizing marine life to enjoy during the months of January through April.

This destination will be available from November to May for US$3,495 (~€3,062) in 2019 and $3,595 (~€3,150) in 2020.

Guadalupe’s great white shark season runs from August to November and can be visited on their four-night / five-day trip. Three surface cages offer the opportunity for divers and non-divers alike to get close to these apex predators. One submersible cage will lower certified divers to 25 feet (8 meters). Prices are $3,395 (~€2,975) in 2019 and $3,495 (~€3,062) in 2020.

Spaces are filling up fast so to book your trip or get more information, go to

— Nola Schoder

Nola Schoder
Nola Schoder
Nola is a journalist, visual storyteller and award-winning underwater photographer specializing in marine life, conservation and dive travel. A dive pro for 10+ years and an avid freediver, she started diving in San Diego, CA, and traversed the globe until landing in Miami. She holds a master's in Marine Conservation and works extensively documenting research, mostly with sharks and rays, and even has an individual manta ray named after her. Above water, she is generally on a gastronomic adventure or hiking for a view of our blue planet.