Palau Rock Island Aggressor offers a classy liveaboard trip to the exotic and breathtaking vistas of Palau’s underwater world
For over 23 years, the spacious and luxurious liveaboard Palau Rock Island Aggressor has been safely transporting divers to Palau's mushroom-shaped rock islands. Like her sister ship the liveaboard Palau Aggressor II, the Rock Islands Aggressor offers a variety of exciting dives: WWII Wrecks, Shark-infested Channels and even a few Caves. There are also Sheer Walls covered in lush soft Corals and huge Anemones. Beginner Divers may find Palau's strong currents challenging.
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT
The liveaboard Palau Rock Island Aggressor is 105 feet (32m) long and 30 feet (9m) wide and offers the best in terms of underwater experience and leisure-time activities. There are 9 English speaking crew members. A maximum of 18 guests are accommodated in the 9 comfortable, spacious and air conditioned cabins.
The 2 cabin types aboard the liveaboard Palau Rock Island Aggressor include: Deluxe cabin with Queen bed and Upper Single Bunk and Double cabin with a Lower Double bed and Upper Single Bunk-style bed. Each liveaboard cabin comes complete with a private bathroom with hot water showers, closet, picture window, hair dryer and individual climate control.
Guests on this liveaboard have access to the beautiful, spacious Salon, and 50' of Sun Deck with chaise lounges and deck chairs. Chat about the day’s diving with your favorite drink at the Bar or work on your photos at the Photo/Video Center. Guests can participate in fish identification presentations, movies, games or bring a favorite movie or a video to share. There is a small library of books for exchange and fish identification books for reference.
If you have a special event such as anniversary, birthday, honeymoon, or are celebrating a 100th dive, let the crew know in advance so your occasion can be celebrated. Catch up on communications as email is available onboard through the satellite system. There is a small charge for incoming and outgoing email. Private calls may be made aboard the yacht.
The liveaboard Palau Rock Island Aggressor understands the importance of fueling divers with an outstanding menu.
The menu is varied and plentiful and includes American food, BBQ and Local Cuisine. Special dietary requirements can be accommodated with advance notice. Mornings will begin with fruit, hot entrees, cereals and juices. Lunches are buffet-style, with hot soup, fresh baked breads, salads and sandwiches and/or entrees. Dinners are Chef prepared and include salads, vegetables, beef, chicken, seafood and homemade dessert.
Complimentary beverages include juices, soft drinks, water, iced tea, coffee, and a selection of local beer and wine. Because of the high duty charged on liquor, you are encouraged to bring your favorite alcohol. Remember that drinking and diving do not mix so drinking alcohol is only encouraged after diving is over for the day.
HOW TO GET THERE
Please refer to logistics section of each itinerary to find detailed info on how to get there.