About Cayman Aggressor
The excellent visibility and warm year round waters have made the Caymans a popular destination for scuba divers looking to experience all that the Caribbean has to offer. But it also boasts so much more! Make this your next liveaboard holiday and you will not be disappointed. Why dive only 1 island when you can sail all 3 in one single liveaboard trip? From the decks of our luxury liveaboard, the Cayman Aggressor, wall and wreck dives await you. Swim over vibrant corals and sponges as you get up close to eagle rays, southern sting rays, turtles and schooling fish. The waters are nearly always calm, making this an ideal Caribbean holiday for newer divers or non divers who don't want to miss the fun. And with the attentive crew to hand, your every whim is met on your dream diving holiday.
The Cayman Aggressor sleeps 18 guests in total. There are 8 deluxe cabins - 6 deluxe cabins have a double bed with bunk above and there are 2 deluxe cabins which have standard twin beds (these two cabins share a bathroom). Upgrade to the master cabin for a larger queen size double bed. With the exception of the 2 twin deluxe cabins, all the rest have a private en suite and individual air con. Many cabins have a hairdryer supplied. Please do ask at the time of booking if you have a specific cabin request.
The saloon is generous with a modern entertainment system and email facility. The food is a mixture of international cuisine with some local tasters and freshly made snacks area available throughout the day. The sun deck is a popular hang out between dives where you can enjoy the sun or shade. Or grab a kayak and enjoy exploring. Come sun down, the bar area becomes the hub as your fellow divers trade tales. The dive platform itself is huge with freshwater showers, kit lockers and a camera area. Why not borrow one of the onboard DPVs for your next dive?
Frequently Asked Questions
The Caymans is around 480 miles south of Miami. The main island, Grand Cayman is a vibrant mix of modern living at island pace. Relax during the day on one of the beaches or enjoying the diving and snorkelling before you head out into the town to try the islands many bars and restaurants. Divers and non divers alike will find plenty to do here!
Weather and Climate
Summer is mid-May to October and is a hot, rainy season. Our winter months (Nov-Apr) are dry and mild. Air temps peak at around 30C in August, dropping to around 25C in Jan and Feb. August water temps can be as high as 30C, but is between 27-28 for most of the year.
On certain dates BA operate a direct flight from London to the Grand Cayman. This takes around 12 hours. f you are not able to travel direct, then flights typically route through the USA. You may require an overnight en route depending on flight times. All passengers transiting through the USA must have a valid ESTA before travel. If you wish to make your own flight arrangements to Grand Cayman, let us know and we can remove the cost of the international flights from your quote. We are unfortunately not able to redeem airmiles on your behalf. Please do not confirm any flight arrangements yourself before your holiday is confirmed by us.
If you are transiting through the States, you can enjoy a stop over. This would usually be in Miami.
Arrange before you go
UK passport holderss are able to obtain a 90 day visa on entry to the Caymans. You must have a valid ESTA before travel or transit through the USA. Do ensure your passport has 6 months validity from your return date.
Scuba Travel requires all of our customers to have diving insurance. Please make sure that you have appropriate cover for your diving activities. We also strongly recommend you have travel insurance. It’s worth taking out travel insurance once you have paid your deposit to ensure you are covered for unforeseen events and cancellation. Find out more about our combined dive and travel policy click here
Please speak to your local GP or check out the latest NHS advice on travel immunisations: click here
Preparing to fly
You will be able to manage your booking online once you have been ticketed (after you have paid your holiday balance). Most airlines will now enable you to select your seating at this point. There may be a small charge for prebookable seating before online check in opens. Please speak to the airline for more information about charges.
As you are flying with a scheduled airline, you will be able to check in online with your airline. Please visit their website for more information about when online check in opens.
An airport lounge is a great way to start your holiday or to while away flight connections in comfort. Scuba Travel works with Lounge Pass to offer a huge range of affordable airport lounges around the world. click here
Prebook your airport parking to save money! If you have a long way to travel, why not also look at booking an airport hotel. These aren’t as expensive as you might think. click here
What happens when I arrive?
On arrival please make your way through baggage claim and immigration. There will either be a rep to meet you with further instructions or you will have full details of your car hire in your travel documents. If you have any issues on arrival, please contact us. We have an emergency contact, manned by a member of the team here in the UK. Please call 0044 7747 488 002. We will be able to help your rep locate you in the airport.
Local regulations mean that we are not able to include transfers in the cost of your holiday. Where possible, they will be co-ordinated for you on arrival, to pay locally. Certain resorts offer car hire as part of your package. Full instructions will be in your travel documentation.
You will be advised locally of your transfer times/ final arrangements at the end of your holiday. The departure tax is around $30.
Included in your holiday
Plugs and electricity
Deposits and Balances
Ways to pay
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