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Rock Islands Aggressor

Rock Islands Aggressor

$3335 USD / 7 nights



Length: 32 meters / 106 feet
Beam: 9 meters / 30 feet
Divers: 18
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Rock Islands Aggressor
Rock Islands Aggressor
Rock Islands Aggressor
Rock Islands Aggressor
Rock Islands Aggressor
Rock Islands Aggressor
Rock Islands Aggressor
Rock Islands Aggressor
The Rock Islands Aggressor is 106’ long with a 30 ft. beam, built and powered for comfort, safety and stability. The ship has a spacious salon, a large sun deck with shading, chaise lounges and deck chairs, bar, grill, and a complete media center. The ship is diesel powered, cruises at 10 knots and has 110-volt power onboard. The ship features accommodations for eighteen guests in nine spacious cabins. Eight cabins are deluxe and have a queen and single bunk, a private head and shower. One cabin, #9, is a double with a full bed and single bunk, private head and shower. Cabin #9 is located on the dive deck level. Each stateroom has extra storage and individual climate controls.
All staterooms are air conditioned and fitted with private toilets, showers, sinks, and hair dryers. Linens are changed upon request and fresh towels are placed in each stateroom as needed. Breakfast is cooked to order, lunch is served buffet-style, and a chef-prepared dinner is table served. Mid-morning and mid-afternoon snacks are provided. Beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) are complimentary while onboard. Filled tanks, reef hooks, weights and weight belts are included.
All dives are made from the 18-passenger dive tender. Seven-day charters are Sunday to Sunday with five days and one-half days of diving. Diving begins Monday morning and ends Saturday before lunch when the ship returns to port. Monday through Friday there are four dives offered each day and a night dive on three evenings. Saturday a half-day of diving is offered.
Palau is a year-round destination with a variety of stunning dive sites including WWII wrecks, blue holes and channels with sharks and mantas. Favorite sites include German Channel, Blue Corner, Blue Hole, Ulong, and Siaes Corner.



Dive Conditions

Palau has a tropical climate year-round with rain throughout the year, although the rains are heavier in the months of July to October which reduces the visibility to an average of 15m and can cause weather conditions that may interfere with diving.
It can be difficult to get reef sharks to come close to you while you are hooked in at Blue Corner. Unhooking and swimming down into or over the lip of the reef can get you closer to sharks, but you also risk the ire of other dive groups who think your bubbles will scare away the critters. It's best not to chase sharks. Instead, find a good spot where they can swim by you in the current. Night dives are often the best time to put on a macro lens, as a wide range of reclusive creatures emerge from the reef after dark.
Water Temperature ranges between 81-84 degrees Fahrenheit. Visibility usually Ranges from 50 - 150+ feet. During the dry season, the visibility is often in excess of 100 feet.