Guests aboard the ROATAN AGGRESSOR™ liveaboard will experience the best scuba diving in the Bay Islands of Honduras which is both easy and exciting. The Bay Islands are world-renowned for their sheer walls, mystical wrecks, massive barrel sponges and captivating macro critters. These waters are also home to larger marine species, such as Whale Sharks, Caribbean Reef Sharks and Bottlenose Dolphin. The Roatan region of Honduras has fantastic critter scuba diving with subjects like Electric Rays, Longsnout Seahorses, ferocious looking Spoon-nose Eels, Rough Box Crabs, Yellowheaded Jawfish, Sailfin Blennies and even Southern Stargazers.
Roatan is ideally situated along The Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System (the second longest barrier reef in the world) that extends north of the Yucatan Peninsula and down to the Caribbean coast of Honduras. This extensive reef attracts a wide variety of marine animals and feeds the Bay Islands with healthy and diverse populations of fish and other marine creatures.
Roatan used to be the base of operations for more than 5,000 pirates. Now, passionate, “in the know” scuba divers on our liveaboard trips to Honduras are the new swashbuckling buccaneers seeking marine treasures at sites such as the Aguila Wreck, Mary’s Place and Coco’s Sea Mounts.
Getting There, Passports & Visa Documentation:
The Bay Islands of Honduras consist of eight islands and 53 small cays located off the northern coast of Honduras. Roatan is the largest with mountains and hilltops with Utila being very different with low mangrove swamps, hills and fertile soil.
Many major airlines fly direct nonstop from the USA to Roatan (RTB) from multiple gateways on Saturday: American Airlines, Delta, and United. There are many direct flights from the US and several connecting flights through the US gateway cities of Miami, Atlanta, Houston and Dallas.
The ROATAN AGGRESSOR™ liveaboard departs for scuba diving trips from the dock located at Romeo's Restaurant in French Harbor, Roatan. It is located 7 miles from the Roatán International Airport (RTB) in Coxen Hole.