There are nine staterooms onboard the Roatan Aggressor, all of which feature air-conditioning and en-suite bathrooms with showers, together with 110 volt/USB outlets and hairdryers.

Master Stateroom (#1)
There is one Master Stateroom that features a queen-size bed, individual climate control and a monitor with a media player.

Deluxe Stateroom (#2 – 9)
There are eight Deluxe Staterooms with twin bunk-style beds or double bottom beds and a single top bunk, together with individual climate control, a monitor and a porthole window.


Begin the day with a cooked-to-order breakfast, including tropical fruits, cereals and juices, as well as hot entrees and local specialties. Lunch is served buffet-style and normally consists of hot soups and entrees, homemade breads, salads and sandwiches.

Dinners feature locally-sourced seafood and meats, with American-style feasts and barbecues combining with Caribbean-inspired cuisine and delicious homemade desserts. Mid-morning and mid-afternoon snacks are also served and beverages (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic) are complimentary onboard. Due to the high duty charged on liquor, guests are advised to bring their own while keeping in mind that drinking and diving don’t mix.

Special dietary requirements can be accommodated on this Roatan liveaboard with prior notification.


The Roatan Aggressor is a 120-foot power yacht that has been built for comfort, safety and stability. It features a spacious salon and dining area where you can socialize with fellow divers, as well as a sun deck complete with lounge chairs and a hot tub. There’s a shaded wet bar and grill where you can dine alfresco, together with a stereo system that guests are invited to plug their iPods into.

Diving presentations and movie screenings are held during the evenings or you can challenge your fellow divers with a range of board games. There’s also a small library of books available onboard, including fish identification books for your reference.


Roatan is situated in Honduras’ Bay of Islands, around 30 miles north of the mainland and on the edge of the second largest barrier reef in the world. The underwater landscape features dramatic drop-offs and coral-adorned walls, as well as giant sponges and large pelagic species such as reef sharks, moray eels and sea turtles. There are a huge variety of tropical fish to discover, as well as sightings of whale sharks from mid-February to April and August to October.

Water temperatures average around 82°F (28°C) in the summer months and 78°F (25°C) in the winter months, with a 1-3mm “shorty” usually sufficient throughout the year (some prefer a 5mm wetsuit in January/February). The Roatan Aggressor offers 80 cubic ft. tanks, weight belts and weights as part of all their Roatan liveaboard trips, with a full line of Aqualung rental gear available onboard.

The Roatan Aggressor includes up to five dives each day (including night dives), with all diving conducted from the mother ship. You can either pick a buddy of your choice and plan your own dive or opt to dive with one of the crew’s experienced divemasters. Detailed briefings are conducted before each dive and a staff member may lead groups to discover specific points of interest at some dive sites.

A number of specialty courses are also offered onboard the Roatan Aggressor, including Open Water Certification, Nitrox, Advanced Open Water and UW Photography. Nitrox is available for certified divers at an extra cost.

Personal lockers provide ample storage space for diving equipment and the spacious diving platform features specially-designed boarding ladders. Enjoy a freshwater shower on the back deck after your dive and a warm towel provided by the crew.

The Roatan Aggressor boasts a complete digital photography facility, including a PC for downloading photos, a large camera table and a strobe charging station. A photo pro is also available onboard for free coaching and photography gear can be rented either separately or as a complete setup.

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