Fiji Aggressor II & Fiji Aggressor III


Throughout the week aboard the Fiji Aggressor II (18 passenger vessel) and Fiji Aggressor III (10 passenger vessel), guests will explore the reefs, bommies and walls of Nigali Pass, Wakaya, Koro and Namenalala Islands. Exciting drift dives with eagle rays, mantas, turtles, sharks and giant groupers are also on the itinerary. Lush soft corals with their brilliant displays colors will dazzle photographers at "E-6" and "Hi-8" dive sites. Weather permitting, guests will visit a Fijian village on Makogai Island 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. Dinner is served on board Saturday evening followed by the Captain's briefing and diving begins Sunday morning. Friday afternoon, the Fiji Aggressor II and Fiji Aggressor III 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 8:00 a.m.

Both boats will do the same itinerary but routes and dive sites will vary week to week.

Fiji Aggressor Layout

"Fat City Afloat." That was the term used by underwater cinematographer Stan Waterman to describe the Fiji underwater2Aggressor. After spending a week aboard the 106-foot catamaran, you may agree. Every week, 16 lucky divers set off from Denarau, Fiji for an unforgettable adventure filled with spectacular diving in the warm, rich waters of Fiji, the "Soft Coral Capital of the World." The Fiji Aggressor is proud to have been named a Handicapped Scuba Association-approved barrier-free dive yacht.

If you arrive in Nadi on Saturday, an Aggressor representative will greet you at the Nadi Airport and direct you to a cab. You will take a cab to the Raffles Gateway Hotel. The transfer bus to the boat leaves the hotel at 12:30 p.m. The short ride to the boat is only 30 minutes. The Fiji Aggressor docks at the Denaru Marina. Guests may board the Fiji Aggressor Saturday after 1:00 p.m. The Aggressor leaves the dock at 2:00 p.m. Once onboard, you can unpack, relax and enjoy a delicious dinner served by the onboard chef. Diving begins Sunday morning.

Throughout the week, the Fiji Aggressor explores the reefs, bommies and walls along Wakaya, North-Save-a-Tack and Namenalala islands. Dive sites such as E-6 and Hi-8 will dazzle you with brilliant displays of soft corals in endless array of colors. Some of the marine life underwater3divers may encounter include eagle rays, schooling barracuda, blue ribbon eels, lionfish and mantas. You may want to capture some of Fiji's underwater beauty on film with one of the onboard rental cameras. There is a full line of rental camera equipment and dive gear available throughout the week, as well as certification and specialty courses. With the onboard E-6 photo lab, divers may view their slides just hours after they were shot. Weather permitting, guests are shuttled ashore to a local village for a "meke" or party. After a tour of the village, everyone gathers in the meeting hall for a few sips of "kava," a local ceremonial drink, and dancing. The Fijians are very friendly and are happy to share a taste of their culture with visitors.

Friday afternoon, the Fiji Aggressor returns to Denarau. Guests may spend the afternoon shopping, sight seeing or just relaxing onboard until the evening cocktail party hosted by the crew. After the party, everyone will dine at a local restaurant. This is the only meal not included in the charter. Saturday morning check-out is 8:00 a.m. If you are flying out Saturday morning, the crew will arrange your transportation to the Nadi Airport.

 

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