Sea Fiji Travel - Your Fiji Experts

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The Fiji Aggressor is a small-group dive boat, catering to only 10 divers in maximum comfort serviced by a crew of 5. Originally christened Sere Ni Wai, this boat was designed by Greg Lawlor and Colin Dunlop and launched in 1995 as the ideal dive platform, the Fiji Aggressor has been with the Aggressor / Dancer Fleet since 2010. At 101' and with a 22' beam, there are fuel, water and food storage capabilities to easily accommodate cruises in excess of 2 weeks, though the standard is a 7-night, Saturday to Saturday charter. Dancer layout

Cruises with the Fiji Aggressor are like staying on a private yacht, with all indoor spaces air conditioned and each guest cabin featuring ensuite facilities. The Master Stateroom is situated on the main deck, and features a queen bed, picture windows, a mirrored cabinet and wardrobe, while the four Deluxe Staterooms below offer a double lower bed with a single overhead bunk, a mirrored cabinet and wardrobe. Bathrobes, hairdryers and fresh towels are provided daily. Breakfast (cooked to order), buffet lunch and an elegant chef prepared dinner with tableside service are served in addition to fresh mid-morning and mid-afternoon snacks. Beverages (soft beverages, local beer and wine) are complimentary while onboard.
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The cruise departs from Suva, an covers some of the best diving locations in Fiji. Explore the reefs, bommies and walls of Nigali Pass and Wakaya, all the way up to Koro and Namenalala. The colors and marine life are stunning, and will dazzle even the most experienced divers and photographers. On drift dives with eagle rays, mantas, turtles, sharks and giant groupers provide a parade of wide angle subjects; clownfish, pygmy seahorses, ornate ghost pipefish, and a wide array of nudibranchs stand ready to pose for macro photographers! All dives are from the mother ship, and five dives a day are the norm.

Diving begins Sunday morning and ends Friday before lunch when the Fiji Aggerssor returns to port. During the cruise a visit to a Fijian village on a remote island is also arranged, and includes a Kava ceremony and warrior dance. At the end of the cruise on Friday, after returning to port, the crew hosts a sunset cocktail party at 6:00 p.m. followed by dinner ashore. Check out is Saturday morning at 7:30A.