Bahamas Aggressor, Bahamas



  • Spacious 100ft luxury yacht
  • Dive with Caribbean Reef Sharks, lemon sharks and tiger sharks at Tiger Beach
  • Up to 5 dives per day available

The Bahamas Aggressor offers year-round diving in the crystal-clear waters of the Bahamas. With only 14 guests on board, there is ample space for everyone to relax and unwind. All cabins are located on the lower deck and are fitted with private en-suite bathrooms, individually controlled AC, TV monitor with media player and hairdryer. There are 5 deluxe staterooms that have 1 lower double bed and one twin upper bunk-bed and also 1 quad cabin with two sets of twin bunk-style beds.

Social areas around the Bahamas Aggressor yacht include the roomy, air conditioned salon and dining area with entertainment system, shaded outdoor cocktail deck and lounge and a partially covered sundeck complete with loungers and hot tub.

Divers are well taken care of aboard the Bahamas Aggressor, and amenities include a photo editing computer, and a large dive deck with individual dive lockers, camera table with low-pressure air hoses and two fresh water showers with hot water. Itineraries depart from Nassau and visit the Exuma Cays and Southwest Eleuthera to dive the Lost Blue Hole and Periwinkle Reef. During certain times of the year the Bahamas Aggressor heads out to Tiger Beach & Bimini for thrilling dives and up close shark encounters.

Call us or book online today to start planning your trip aboard the Bahamas Aggressor liveaboard.

The Aggressor team have implemented additional measures in line with the recommendations from the Center for Disease Control (CDC, USA) or European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC, EU) with their 'Clean Refresh Sanitize' protocol to further ensure the safety of all guests on board. These measures include (but are not limited to) an increased frequency in cleaning and sanitizing public areas, guest rooms preparation procedure upgrade and rooms to be serviced twice daily.

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Included: VAT, Alcoholic Beverages, Drinking Water, Soft drinks, Tea & Coffee, Wine with Dinner, Full-Board Meal Plan (All meals), Snacks, Diving Package, Cabin Towels, Complimentary Toiletries, Deck Towels.

Required Extras: Port Fees (160-208 USD per trip).

Optional Extras: Dive Insurance, Travel Insurance, Gratuities, Airport Transfer (30 USD), Hotel Transfer, Extra Dives, Nitrox Course, Rental Gear, Scuba Diving Courses, Snorkel Gear.

Book now, pay later: You can easily place your booking online. We will then hold the spaces for you and you can confirm with a payment later.

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Boat features

  • Camera Station
  • Audio & video entertainment
  • TV in cabins
  • Air Conditioned saloon
  • Aircon Cabins
  • Sun Deck
  • Indoor Saloon
  • Non-Diver (Snorkeler) Friendly
  • Warm Water Showers
  • Camera room with table and charging point
  • Custom built for diving
  • Charging stations
  • En-Suite bathrooms
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Outside Showers
  • Snorkeling Equipment
  • Separate Rinse for u/w Camera
  • Leisure Deck
  • Bar
  • Available for Charter
  • Jacuzzi / Hot Tub

Food & Drinks

  • Western Food
  • Local Food
  • Buffet style
  • Beer available
  • Snacks All Day
  • Free Wine w/Dinner
  • Free Soft Drinks
  • Fine Cuisine
  • Full-board Option

If you have any specific dietary requirements whilst on-board your cruise, you can add this to your special requests on step 2 of the booking form. We advise limiting these requests to religious beliefs or food allergies.


  • Nitrox available
  • Rinse Hoses
  • Dive deck
  • Tenders for diving
  • Shaded Diving Area

The crew speaks English.

Gear Rental

There is diving gear available on this boat. Please provide your rental needs on the booking form. See below for further details on inclusions and pricing. Show prices.

Drawings & Vessel Layouts

#deckplan floorplan

Boat Specifications

  • Length 100 feet
  • Beam 22 feet
  • Cruising speed 12 knots
  • Max guests 14
  • Number of cabins 6
  • Number of bathrooms 9

Boat Navigation and Safety

  • Radar
  • Depth Sounder
  • GPS
  • Radio VHF/DSC/SSB
  • E.P.I.R.B. Distress System
  • Life Vests
  • Fire Alarm & Fire Extinguishers
  • Oxygen
  • First Aid Kits
  • Satellite & mobile phones
  • Bilge pump alarm
  • Search light
  • Crew trained in first aid
  • Emergency flares

Bahamas Aggressor Reviews

  • 8.6 Fabulous
  • 71 Verified Reviews
  1. Vessel
  2. Crew
  3. Food
  4. Diving
  5. Value
  • 4.0 Review score
  • Renee P
  • United States United States
Small boat with outdated rooms

First liveaboard experience, new to diving, everyone was very accommodating & helpful. Gaby was an amazing hostess & DM. The other DM let me where her wet suit because I was cold (no charge for a rental so nice!). I liked the video production that the other DM put together.

Recommended for
Wall dives, chill easy dives, hot tub
  • 9.2 Superb
  • Andrea B
  • France France
lonving the aggressor experience

Sharing what i like the most woth other divers was amazing. I loved sharing difes, meals, funny moments. Thank you lovely crew for taking such good care of us !

Recommended for
amazing cuisine, fantastic crew, lots of fun
  • 6.4 Review score
  • Jonathan P
  • Canada Canada
The crew tried their best, but we found out they were one man short, didn't have the usual cook, and 20' beginner reefs just got boring (blackbeards was doing wall dives while we were in the shallows)

The few deeper dives/wall dives we did were fun, and had lots of potential, but we only did a single (two if we were lucky) dive at any of them. We spent a lot of time at 20-30' deep sites....The blue hole would have been great, but we waited till the last day and the viz was under 15' so you couldn't see anything....we should have done this one earlier in the week when the weather was better, it could have been an epic dive in better conditions. If I was the captain, I would have used the chase boat (zodiac) to my advantage. All the divers did a lot of swimming to and from sites, which would leave us perhaps 10 - 20 min time exploring the wall, and another 30-40min finding the site/finding where the boat swung to after the dive. My Girlfriend got her advanced open water course completed, and her instructor (Manx Dave) was really awesome as a teacher, and just to hang out with between dives. He was a real hard worker. The rest of the crew was great, but we found out they were short a man, and unfortunately one guy was on his first week with the boat, and the regular chef had to take the week off. The food was still good, but not quite at the same level as other liveaboards I've been on. We did a shark dive on a wreck, but they only put a single fish in the bucket, so the action was kinda limited. I've done lots of shark dives (Tiger Beach trip with SDM, Bull Sharks in Cancun, Hammers in Bimini), and this one just didn't stack up even close to those. There was lots of coral to see, and some sites had nice swim through just seemed like the animals that were advertised (eagle rays, saw few sharks, no big schools of fish) just were not there. This might be because we spent the majority of the trip outside the protected park area perhaps. Overall, the trip was OK, but some better planning of where to go on what days would have gone a long way. We had a ton of experienced divers aboard, and a lot of us agreed that the dives were beginner level.

Recommended for
offered Ad. Open Water Course for my Girlfriend, had a good instructor, and we saw a few sea turtles (only highlight animal to write home about)
  • 10 Exceptional
  • Sarah R
  • United States United States
Exceeding our wildest dreams!!

The night dives on the Bahamas Aggressor were the best I've been on to date. The crew went so far above and beyond in every aspect that they made the trip, and hooked us as Aggressor divers for life! The food was also sublime!! I could not say enough positive things about this company and crew.

Recommended for
Crew, dive sights, food
  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Miriam S
  • Netherlands Netherlands

1) Barracuda Shoals 2) Jack's Hole 3) Split coral (with sharks!)

Recommended for
relaxed and friendly atmosphere, hot tub, variety of dive sites
  • 10 Exceptional
  • Louise J
  • Canada Canada

After the hurricane I wasn't expecting the diving to be great but our knowledgable captain made the call and headed out to Eleuthera were there was less wind and currents. Diving was great, visibility as well weather didn't cooperate but you can't book the weather. Staff was amazing food was to die for overall a trip worth every penny

Recommended for
Diving, food, and people
  • 7.6 Good
  • Dana W
  • United States United States
Great on board service and good diving

It as a good trip. We were not very lucky with the weather and having the AC on during the cold was a bit odd. Diving was good, but again we were unlucky with the large stuff. The crew was amazing when a squall came up unexpectedly and got everyone back on board at significant risk to themselves. While I expect some divers appreciate the freedom, we vastly prefer the model where a dive master, familiar with the site, leads a group of 6-8 divers. On this boat, navigation is mostly left up to the individual diver which we find unnecessarily stressful. Having to secure our bathroom door with a bungy cord and having to store our suitcases in an already crowded cabin was also a bummer and not up to standards on other boats.

Recommended for
Behavior of crew in an emergency, food and drink, service of crew on board.
  • 8.4 Very good
  • David R
  • United States United States
Very good Crew

The Crew was excellent, and so was their service. The Chef David prepared delicious food, and soups. We got into a Squall and had two divers in the water and the captain and crew performed in the finest professional manner, getting them safely back on board in over 50 mph winds and over 8 foot swells. Some wanted the DMs to do more leading on the dives--only because they know better than us where the critters are hiding. We didn't see nearly as much underwater life as I expected. What saved the underwater part of the trip was the large numbers of Caribbean Reef Sharks--I got great shots of them. Make sure everyone who goes in late December and in January knows to bring sweatshirts and jackets, for it was pretty cool and windy.

Recommended for
Crew, Food, sharks
  • 6.8 Review score
  • Jennifer H
  • Canada Canada
Raja Ampat is definitively one of the best dive areas in the world!

Great experience in Raja Ampat: Amazing Diving

Recommended for
Diving, crew, sea conditions
  • 8.0 Very good
  • Jennifer H
  • Canada Canada


Recommended for
Crew, being on boat, diving