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Palau Rock Islands Aggressor April 3 - 10, 2022

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Palau Rock Island Aggressor
Start Date: 04/03/2022
End Date: 04/10/2022

$3535.00 - does not include airfare, taxes, and fees

Join Dolphin Scuba Center as we board the luxurious Aggressor Adventure Rock Island Aggressor yacht for a seven-days dive trip to some of the most beautiful and exclusive waters on the planet!

Palau is a year round destination with something for every season. Water temperatures average 82*F and visibility is consistently at over 100feet! Enjoy four dives a day and a night dive each evening with a half day of diving during the last day of your trip. In between dives, soak up the sun on the expansive sundeck and relax in salon. At over 100ft long, the Rock Island Aggressor hosts comfortable accommodations for 18 guests include 9 spacious cabins, 8 deluxe which have a queen and single bunk, a private head and shower and one double cabin (#9) with a full and single bunk, private head and shower. Cabin #9 is located on the dive deck level. Each stateroom has extra storage and individual climate controls. Experience award winning dishes each meal. Each evening, unwind with nightly entertainment before and after the evening’s night dive. Visit “Jellyfish Lake”, an enclosed lake system that has allowed the jellies there to evolve without stingers - giving you the chance to snorkel with living clouds.

During the course of your di-venture, island hop to some breathtakingly unique dive sites that include but are not limited to:

Big Drop-Off
A wall dive that begins as shallow as 2' at low tide and drops to 600'. It is considered by most to be the most beautiful wall dive in Palau because of its abundance of hard and soft corals, seafans, schools of pyramid butterfly fish, and a multitude of tropical reef fish.

Blue Corner
The best known and most highly rated dive site in Micronesia features a shallow coral shelf that projects out into the ocean and has vertical walls on both sides. An upwelling created by the currents attracts schools of fish and large pelagics to the top edges of the walls. The dive is best known for its schools of gray reef sharks that cruise the edge of the wall. Two resident Napoleon wrasses often accompany the divers throughout their dive. Dogtooth tuna, eagle rays, manta rays, white tip and hammerhead sharks, turtles, schooling barracudas, and schools of reef fish populate the site.

Blue Holes
This is a series of four large holes in the top of the reef that converge to form a gigantic underwater chamber. The chamber has a huge opening on a wall that is home to soft corals, sea fans, sea whips and hard corals. Large pelagics often encountered here include tuna, jacks, gray and white tip reef sharks, barracuda and eagle rays. Grouper, Napoleon wrasse, triggerfish, Moorish idols, butterflyfish, anemones and turtles are common at this site, which is situated next to Blue Corner.

Chandelier Caves
A short swim through a tunnel at depth of 35' opens into a cave consisting of three chambers. Beautiful stalactites formed by water dripping down through the rock island above, hang from the ceilings and give the caves their name. Tiny holes to the outside wood allow fresh air to enter the chambers so that divers can surface and admire the beautiful surroundings.

German Channel
This man-made channel through the southwest side of the barrier reef is home to two diving areas. One site, known as Manta Rock, is a natural cleaning station where giant manta rays come to have their bodies cleansed of parasites and debris by cleaner wrasses. Gray reef sharks also often avail themselves of the wrasses' services. The area is also inhabited by barracudas, snappers, titan triggerfish, gobies, lionfish, leaffish, and an octopus. Nearby is a coral garden that features crocodile fish, nudibranchs, flatworms, anemones and clown fish.

Wreck of the Iro Maru
A 145' long merchant ship sunk during World War II by American bombers, the Iro Maru sits upright in 120' of water just 10 minutes south of Koror. Three mast and gun turrets at the bow and stern support a large variety of invertebrates and hard corals. The main deck is at a depth of 80'with open holds containing oil drums and machinery. Don’t delay! Reserve your space on our website or give us a call with any questions and we would be happy to assist you!


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