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Info on the Belize Aggressor IV from this past week.

Discussion in 'Aggressor Adventures' started by Uber Dave, Feb 7, 2021.

  1. Diverlady13

    Diverlady13 Contributor

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    Thanks! I'll remember that. I tend to get really cold and then have a hard time warming up, so I'll try to beeline for that area.
     
  2. Diverlady13

    Diverlady13 Contributor

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    Great tip! I'll pack the masks on top of the gear bag.
     
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  3. gbf

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    Look right as you board the boat. First spot on the end of the bench.
     
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  4. Diverlady13

    Diverlady13 Contributor

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    I hope your trip on the Aggressor IV was fantastic! We leave Saturday and I have a question that I cannot find the answer to on the Aggressor website. What kind of outlets are in the cabins? Wondering if I need to bring an outlet converter or if the boat has the same types of outlets we have in the US.
     
  5. Damselfish

    Damselfish ScubaBoard Sponsor ScubaBoard Sponsor

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    They will have US outlets.
     
  6. Diverlady13

    Diverlady13 Contributor

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    Thank you! Less stuff to pack then.
     
  7. Darnold9999

    Darnold9999 Contributor

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    I always take a short extension cord that has four outlets on it (NOT a power bar). There are never enough outlets on a boat and the extension cord will allow you to just use a single outlet for four things. Don't know about this Aggressor but many liveaboards will not let you charge anything in your cabin.
     
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  8. Diverlady13

    Diverlady13 Contributor

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    The Aggressor info asks that nothing be left charging in the cabins when they are unoccupied. So it seems that it's OK to charge or plug-in as long as we're in the cabin. They did say that if the staff finds items charging that they will unplug them which makes sense. We don't want any danger of fire. The outlets are turned off at night which also includes the camera table charging stations. I have two power bricks that I travel with - one larger and one smaller - that I mainly use for charging. That gives me the ability to charge 5 items at once and I can do that before we go to sleep. Fortunately my batteries are all pretty new, so hold a charge for a long time. I'm mostly concerned about being able to charge or plug in my laptop so that I can edit photos when I'm not diving. I tend to lose interest in editing once we get back home. I get busy and put it off.
     
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  9. Damselfish

    Damselfish ScubaBoard Sponsor ScubaBoard Sponsor

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    Taking something like that is a good idea. Not only for liveaboards, I’ve been in my share of dive resorts that were not so good in the outlet department. I have a small travel strip that also includes a few USB ports, since so many things just need that.
     

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