New to the Aggressor Fleet is the “Floating Resort” with its debut in the Red Sea.
The idea is to partner with a land-based resort to offer additional actives outside of scuba diving. This is a great way to explore the dive destinations divers love so much as well as tie in land activities like a visit to the bazaar or the ruins.
Hurghada, Egypt is the home for the world’s first “Floating Resort” that launches in March 2023.
The boat hosts 32 guest for 8 days/7-nights (Saturday to Saturday) in the Red Sea. Pricing is US$699 (~€716) and includes accommodations, all meals as well as beer and wine.
Activities are arranged a la carte. Some of the optional water activities include two scuba dives/snorkeling trips ($3,250/~€3,273); Parasailing ($40/~40.28), Banana Boat Rides ($10/~€10.07), or a Private Island Package day trip ($40/~€40.28 to $60/~€60.43).
Another new addition is the BVI Aggressor in the British Virgin Islands which offers a combo of wreck and reef diving. The pristine waters are home to stingrays, sharks, turtles and wrecks like the Fearless, the sister ship of Jacques-Ives Cousteau’s Calypso.
Due to its protected location in the Caribbean, the weather is nice and offers year-round diving. There is a choice of cabins all with furnished storage space, AC and ensuite bathrooms. The trip is 8 days/7 nights for $3,295 (~€3,378).