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Fiji Aggressor

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http://www.divetrip.com/symbols/aggressor_logo.jpgThe Fiji Aggressor is a 106’ luxury liveaboard dive vessel based in Suva. The yacht takes 18 passengers to some of the most amazing dive destinations in Fiji for 7 or 10 day trips. The trips include diving at the Islands of Wakaya, Makogai, Namena & Gau as well as a wonderful visit to a local village. The longer trips also dive the Somosomo Straits, Vatu I Ra Channel & finish with the last 2 dives at the amazing shark feed organized by Beqa Adventure Divers.

Throughout the week aboard the Fiji Aggressor, guests will explore the reefs, bommies and walls of Nigali Pass, Wakaya, Makogai Gau and Namenalala Islands.

Exciting drift dives with mantas, turtles, sharks and giant groupers are also on the itinerary. Lush soft corals with their brilliant displays colors will dazzle photographers.

Weather permitting, guests will visit a Fijian village to experience local culture for a "meke" or party. Fiji charters, which depart from Suva, are Saturday-to-Saturday with five and one-half days of diving.

 

Lunch is served on board Saturday afternoon followed by the Captain's briefing and diving begins Sunday morning.

Friday afternoon, the Fiji Aggressor will return to Suva. Everyone will dine at a local restaurant Friday night. This is the only meal not included in the charter. Saturday morning check-out is 7:30 a.m.



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Length: 106 feet
Beam: 30 feet, 6 inches
Draft: 4 feet, 6 inches
Cruising Speed: 18 knots
Range: 1,200 Nautical miles
Year Built: 1997
Year Refit: 7/2004
Builder: Nichols Brothers, Whidbey Island, Washington
Staterooms: Nine
Passengers: 18

http://www.aggressor.com/

 

 
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