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Bahama Islands

Diving Details:

  • Sharks, Eagle Rays, Stingrays, Groupers, Walls and Reefs with abundant marine life and multiple macro critters.
  • All dives from mothership.
  • Water temperature: 78-84F, 25-28C (summer months) 75–80F, 24-27C (winter months, with possible 72F, 22C drop in January)
  • 3-5 mm wetsuit recommended 

  • 7-night charters:  up to 27 dives
  • 10-night charters: up to 42 dives

A 15 ft x 4 ft tender is used to take guests for 1 - 2 shore excursions during the week. All diving is from the mothership.

Best of the Bahamas
 Christie Weaver Born and raised in Wilmington, Delaware, Christy grew up visiting the Jersey Shore every summer where she fell in love with horseshoe crabs and all things in the ocean. That is where her passion for diving began. She became a dive instructor while working on her Masters degree in marine biology in Australia. After completing her degree she participated in a wide variety of research projects including the longest running study of sharks as well as the longest running study of sea turtles. She transitioned from research into working as a dive instructor and built up her sea time to become a captain. During her off time Christy enjoys traveling the world and swimming with as many large animals as possible.

David Luxford - 2nd Captain

David is from Western Canada and spent his youth Skiing and climbing in the Canadian Rockies. An outdoor enthusiast, he began his diving at Boys Camp eventually becoming an Instructor by 1989. His diving career has taken him around the world over several decades. He has been Captaining power and Sailboats across the Caribbean and South Pacific as well as Whale Watching in Vancouver Island. His extensive travels and Guiding experience has made him an entertaining and conscientious host keen on making the best of Adventure trips.

David Millard - Engineer

Dave as he prefers is from the Isle of Man which is to the west of the U.K mainland in the Irish sea.  He began his work in the maritime industry aboard the voluntary RNLI search and rescue boats that patrolled the Isle of Man waters. It was during this time he was introduced to scuba by one of his crew mates aboard the rescue boat.  He completed his Open Water and Advanced courses in the frigid waters of the Irish Sea where he would dive during his time off. He then moved on to complete his instructor ratings. Dave plays a vital role as engineer and is also an avid photographer. Dave looks forward to welcoming you all onboard the BAHAMAS AGGRESSOR™. He relishes the challenges and new adventures that await him along the way. 

Josh Foster
Josh Foster
Josh was born in Leeds UK and moved to a small town in north east of England called Alnwick. when I was 13 I moved to the Cayman Islands where I learned to dive and when I was 18 became a dive instructor and boat captain. I worked in Cayman for 9 years teaching and captaining small day dive boats running dive adventures and stingray city tours. im a very hands on guy who loves to work on engines and dive equipment and a very competent boat handler.

Caitilin Thincher
Caitilin hails from Terre Haute, Indiana - “The Crossroads of America.”  While studying French and Linguistics at Indiana University, she enrolled in some scuba courses for fun.  Upon concluding her studies, she headed to Mexico where she completed her Divemaster and Instructor programs.  To gain experience in the industry she accepted a position in Atlanta dive shop then in 2015 became a Divemaster/Instructor working the east end of Grand Cayman. Caitilin joined the BAHAMAS AGGRESSOR™ in 2017.  Her favorite job on board is still showing her guests the amazing sights, and diversity found diving in The Bahamas. When she is not working Caitilin enjoys traveling and spending time with her family.

Ben Phillips

Ben Phillips
Ben was born and raised on Nantucket Island off the coast of Massachusetts, but has spent the last 10 years diving and traveling all over the world. He is a PADI MSDT instructor and has been teaching for over 5 years. He began his professional diving career working in Malaysia for 2 years. Aside from being a diving instructor, Ben is also a semi-professional underwater photographer. For the past 3 summers, Ben & two diving partners have been photographing the offshore pelagic species of “The Canyons”, where the Continental shelf meets the tropical waters of the Gulf Stream. They have presented many lectures and slide shows of this never before documented area as a means of educational awareness and marine conservation.

Josh Foster
Rachael Lawns
I come from an old English victorian sea side town called Folkestone in the south east of the UK. Surrounded by these cold beautiful waters I learned to dive with my twin brother and Dad. After traveling in Asia I did my instructor course and became a PADI IDC Staff Instructor and did my cross over to SSI. I then moved to the untouched British Virgin Islands where I got my day boat captain licence and loved to sail. Im chatty, positive and can't wait to take you under our seas to inspire and awe.