Aggressor LiveaboardsTM has announced the official launch of their newest yacht, the Cayman Aggressor VTM. This new, state-of-the-art dive liveaboard replaces the flagship Cayman Aggressor IV. The Cayman Aggressor V will offer the same multi-island dive itinerary including the wreck of the M/V Kittiwake, Stingray City, and Little Cayman’s famous Bloody Bay Wall.
The Cayman Aggressor V is larger than her predecessor at 120 feet long and 25 feet wide, and roomy with a maximum capacity of only 20 guests and seven staff. The increased size of the yacht allows for a separate, covered cocktail deck for relaxing between dives, a separate grand restaurant with seating for 24 people with floor to ceiling windows and a spacious lounge on the main deck.
The top deck maintains some favorite features like the covered bar, sun loungers, and hot tub. Each stateroom has a private, large en-suit bathroom and either two twin beds or a king-size bed; no bunk beds. The CAV was built with two precedent setting balcony suites with sliding glass doors for unprecedented ocean views.
The much larger dive deck includes two camera tables, central drying racks for wetsuits, and two state-of-the-art water-cooled compressors with built-in O2 analyzer for safer Nitrox fill monitoring. Post dive, for photo-editing and viewing, the lounge has a 65” big-screen TV monitor with computer hook-ups.
In keeping with Aggressor Liveaboards Green the FleetTM sustainability initiatives, the yacht has increased fuel efficiency via updated hull and engine designs and increased energy efficiency via all LED lighting including underwater and navigation lights. The yacht provides dedicated recycling receptacles and limits single-use plastics, and provides Stream2Sea coral-safe sunscreen.
“This is the first yacht I’ve designed from bow to stern with attention to every deck and detail; she is the ultimate in a dive liveaboard – roomy, sleek, and comfortable! I know divers will really appreciate all her amenities because they are not only what our customers have been asking for but additional ones they never thought they could get on a liveaboard.”
For more information, visit www.aggressor.com.