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The Fiji Aggressor is a 101ft luxury yacht with just five spacious staterooms. Cruising around Gau, Wakaya & Kadavu Islands Fiji Aggressor is renowned for offering some of the best diving opportunities in the country.
The four Deluxe Staterooms and one Master Stateroom on Fiji Aggressor can accommodate up to ten guests on board. All Staterooms are comfortable, air-conditioned, and have fitted en suite bathrooms with toilets, showers and hairdryers. Bed linens are changed mid-cruise, and fresh towels are available when required. All meals on board are included, from breakfast which is cooked to order, to a buffet lunch, and sit-down dinner each evening. The food is fresh and flavourful and snacks are also provided throughout the day to maintain divers' energy levels.
While on board guests will be looked after by a crew of five including Captain Joji, who has gained a vast knowledge of the Fijian waters since he obtained his Captain's license in 1991, and Dive Master Moses who has worked with the Aggressor team for 17 years.
Facilities on board include an air-conditioned salon and dining area, a sun deck and lounge stocked with books and a TV set. For underwater photography enthusiasts, there is a computer to download photos, photography equipment available to rent, a strobe charging station, and even a photography professional available for tuition. Diving amenities include individual dive bins, a hot freshwater shower on the deck, filled tanks, weights and weight belts (cost included), and Nitrox (additional charge). Guests can dive up to five times per day.
Departing from Suva, the Fiji Aggressor will set out to explore the reefs, bommies and walls of Nigali Pass, Wakaya, Koro and Namenalala Islands. This area is regarded as the soft coral capital, and offers incredibly colourful dive sites. Drift dives are also on offer, where sightings of eagle rays, mantas, turtles, sharks and giant groupers are common. Above the waves, guests can experience the local Fijian culture with village visits, where guests will don a Sulu (sarong), view a warrior dance and join a traditional Kava ceremony with the villagers.