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Roatan Aggressor, all in: $3200 +One thing I will tell you, is you liked Roatan scuba, try the Aggressor next time. May cost a bit more but you get to dive the sea mounts (too far from a day boat), and Utila. Plus they let me borrow the spear to take out lionfish several times
You are most welcome.Many thanks for the detailed review.
A couple of questions:
- Were the dives a fixed time, or 'dive your tank' (ascending when a given PSI was reached) -- and if so, what were the average dive times?
- Were the dives group & guided, or self-sufficient buddy pairs, or something in-between?
Roatan Aggressor, all in: $3200 +
Yep, a bit more.
Here’s where the RoAg moors 4-5 days out of 7:
Parked at the same dive sites CoCo View uses, 4 out of 7.
CCV is also for $1800
(the RoAG is still $3200)
I’ve done AKR, CCV, and a prior Roatan LOB ship. Recommending the RoAG over AKR and not considering CCV first is… odd?
Try “that other place” that I mentioned before planting your flag. 5 dives and no set-up, as well. Hmmm. Time for a third visit? This try CCV?Understood, but AKR won't take you to the sea mounts or utila. Plus 5 dives a day vs 3. And only set up your gear, take it apart one time versus each day.
Yes, there's pros and cons to everything.
Either way i enjoyed both trips there.
Excellent review! I have only day dived with AKR and found them to be a well-oiled machine. My only gripe is the strictly limited dive times, although that is to be expected with a large, cattle-boat operation.