For the first time in over ten years, Aggressor Fleet is adding a new Caribbean destination, Utila, Honduras. The all-new, 14-passenger Utila Aggressor, http://www.aggressor.com/subpage14.php, dive yacht will operate from Utila Watersports beginning November 2005. Divers and snorkelers will explore sheer coral walls and wrecks near Utila, as well as offshore sea mounts, which are not currently being explored by local dive operators.
Signature dives on the sister islands of Cayos Cochinos, Guanaja and Roatan will be included in the seven-day cruise itinerary, weather permitting. Utila is world-famous for whale sharks and Aggressor guests may have the opportunity to snorkel with these migrating giants. Utila Aggressor franchise owner Troy Bodden is a native of Utila and owner of the Laguna Beach Resort.
The 100-foot, aluminum, monohull vessel features five deluxe staterooms and one economically priced quad cabin. Other amenities include a wet bar, computer station, spacious dive deck and rental underwater digital photo equipment. Week-long scuba charters include on-board accommodations, delicious meals, soft drinks,and five and one-half days of diving.
Aggressor Fleet, www.aggressor.com, the world’s largest fleet of franchised live-aboards, has dive yachts in Belize, Cayman Islands, Costa Rica, Fiji, Galapagos, Hawaii, North Sulawesi, Indonesia, Palau, Tahiti, Turks & Caicos and Utila, Honduras. Reservations can be made directly on the internet at http://www.aggressor.com/onlineres, or by calling (800) 348-2628.