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Palau Aggressor II

A great choice to really explore the dives sites in Palau.

If you want to explore further the Palau Aggressor is the good choice. Experience sites that are not dived on a regular basis with other like minded people and enjoy great food in a relaxed but exciting atmosphere.

The Palau Aggressor II was built and powered for comfort, safety and stability around Palau offering 7 night itineraries departing every Sunday from Malakai, with a total of 5 and a half days diving she will certainly not disappoint. Just like aboard any Aggressor boat, the experienced captain, friendly crew, professional naturalists and dive masters will lead you through the trip whilst helping with any questions or queries you may have.

The Palau Aggressor II comfortably accommodates 18 guests in 8 deluxe cabins with a queen size bed and a single bunk and 1 double cabin with a double bed and a single bunk. All cabins come with en-suite bathrooms, storage, TV/DVD and air conditioning with individual climate controls. The food aboard is a variety of American, BBQ’s and local cuisine suiting the needs of most customers. Any dietary requirements must be stated so the chef can adhere to any guests needs.

The salon area is furnished with tables and chairs providing ample space for divers. She has a large sundeck with shaded and un-shaded areas furnished with chaise lounges, deck chairs and hammocks. There is also a bar, grill and a hot tub area providing the perfect place for divers to relax after a hard day’s diving. The large dive deck has 2 rinse tanks, dive lockers, 3 tier camera tables and a charging station for keen photographers to take full advantage of.

Double Cabin

The comfortable Double Stateroom opens up to the dive deck and has a double bed (lower) and one single bed (upper) bunk-style, port hole and a private head and shower. Your stateroom is the perfect place to read a book, nap in between dives and fully recharge for the next day.

  • Double bed (lower) and one single bed (upper) bunk-style
  • Opens up to the dive deck
  • Amenities from bathrobes to individual climate control
  • Services from morning beverage service to nightly turndown service

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Vessel Details

Year Built / Refurbished 1994
Length & Width 32m x 8.5m
Speed 10 knots
Engines 2 x 34 12 cat engines 1000hp each
Generators 2 x northern light 99kw generator, 110-208 ac voltage
Communication & Navigation Systems 36-mile color radar/ compass/ 2 x depth sounder with alarm/ autopilot with magnetic gyro compass/ weather facsimile/ satellite navigation system/ Video depth sounder/ 2 x VHF radios/ SSB radio/ iridium satellite phone and computer station with email acces
Emergency Equipment First Aid Kit and D.A.N oxygen system with 100% demand
Air Compressors 2 x bauer E150 air compressors with cascade storage
Equipment Rental Scuba diving equipment rental available aboard - see price list below
Dive Deck Dive deck with personal gear lockers, 2 freshwater showers, rinse tanks and a 3 tier camera table with low pressure air hoses
Equipment Rental All diving equipment rental prices listed above are based on per person per day and are payable aboard the boat
BCD USD60.00
Dive Computer USD125.00
Regulator USD60.00
Torch USD8.00 per night

Available Experiences

ITINERARIES AVAILABLE IN THIS DESTINATION

Marcelina

Wednesday, 18 November 2015

Denise Kendall – Micronesia – Palau and Yap

We spent ten days on the Palau Aggressor II liveaboard, followed by seven days on Yap, also for diving

Denise Kendall – Micronesia – Palau and Yap

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Micronesia – Palau and Yap

Our trip was for two people, one diver and one snorkeller. It was also a two centre trip. We spent ten days on the Palau Aggressor II liveaboard, followed by seven days on Yap, also for diving. It took three days to get there, but was definitely worth the trip. The diving was fabulous, as was the snorkelling, There were mantas, sharks, eagle rays, endless smaller fish and critters and the coral was excellent. There was an opportunity for a land tour of Peleliu during the Aggressor trip, which was well worth it, and of course there was Jellyfish Lake, which was amazing. I am not usually given to superlatives, but this trip was definitely worth them! We moved to Yap for the second part of the holiday, to the Manta Ray Bay hotel. The welcome was lovely, especially as it was a middle of the night transfer. The diving started late on the first day, to accommodate us, which was a nice touch. The crew were fab, and very responsive to my needs as a snorkeller as well as the divers. We had plenty of time after the diving to explore the land, if we wanted, and the hotel organised a morning tour for us, which was very informative. As you can probably guess, we really enjoyed it.

Kendall D

Palau Aggressor II

Great trip

A Customer

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