The Belize Aggressor IV is a huge 42m yacht with an impressive 8m beam. Built and powered for comfort, safety and stability, she is diesel-powered, cruises at 12 knots and has 110-volt power onboard. Accommodations include:
- 8 Deluxe staterooms with two twin beds or one king bed
- 2 Master staterooms with one queen bed.
All staterooms have climate controls. The Belize Aggressor IV sleeps 20 guests in privacy and comfort. She features a roomy, air conditioned salon and dining area, sun deck complete with a lounge and deck chairs, stereo and CD player, shaded wet bar and grill, a complete photo center with a digital video and still photo editing computer.
All staterooms are air-conditioned and fitted with private toilets, showers and sinks. Breakfast (cooked to order), buffet lunch and an elegant chef prepared meal at dinner with table side service are served in addition to fresh mid morning and mid-afternoon snacks. Beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) are complimentary while onboard. The yacht is equipped with hairdryers in each stateroom. Linens are changed mid-week and fresh towels are placed in each stateroom as needed. Filled tanks, weights and weight belts are included.
The menu onboard the Belize Aggressor IV is varied and plentiful, with a variety of American feasts, barbecues and local cuisine. If you have any special dietary requirements, please advise the US office as soon as possible so the yacht can adequately prepare to meet your needs. You will wake up to fresh fruits, hot entrees, cereals and juices. Lunches are buffet-style, featuring hot soups, homemade breads, salads and sandwiches and/or entrees. Dinners are chef prepared and served each evening and include salads, vegetables, seafood, beef or chicken with a fresh homemade dessert. Once onboard, please speak to the chef about any special needs. Certain special dietary and beverage requests may not be available due to the remote nature of this location.
The Belize Aggressor IV has a fine selection of fruit juices, soft drinks, iced water, iced tea, coffee, and also a limited selection of local beer and wine, which are all complimentary. Due to the high duty charged on liquor, we suggest you bring your special brand from the U.S/International. Due to local regulations; the bar will be closed while the boat is in port. Drinking and diving do not mix. Once you consume alcohol, you become a snorkeler until the next day.
The crew of the Belize Aggressor IV, with their unique combination of talents, offer the ultimate liveaboard and diving service. Whilst on board you may pick a buddy of your choice or dive with a crew member. There is ample storage space for your diving equipment in your personal locker. The Belize Aggressor IV provides 80 cubic ft. tanks, weight belts and weights.
The stern and platform area is very spacious. The boarding ladders were designed for convenience to allow divers easy entries and exits. Enjoy fresh water showers on the back deck after your dives and dry off with a warm towel. All diving should be within the limits and standards of the training agency that certified you. All dives should be planned with no decompression dives.
You’ve chosen a liveaboard diving vacation for the freedom of diving that it offers. While in the water, you and your buddy are in charge. Every dive starts with a dive briefing from the yacht staff. However, as a certified diver, you and your buddy are responsible for planning and conducting your own dives within the limitations set forth by the briefing. The yacht staff will be on the dive deck providing surface support for divers. We will also have staff in the water offering support, u/w photography and videography, and critter spotting services as well. On some dive sites a staff member will offer to lead a group and assist them in locating specific points of interest. However they do not offer direct supervision of dives. If you start out with a group, as long as you and your buddy remain in contact with each other and are ok –you may follow your own dive plan. Divers who desire more personal attention and structured/supervised dives should consider taking one of the numerous specialty courses. An underlying skill featured in all of specialty training is planning, executing, and debriefing after your dive in order to build a more confident diver.