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Log Date: Saturday, Apr 15, 2017
Entry By: Bahamas Aggressor crew









 



Bahamas Aggressor Captain’s Log 15-22 April 2017

 

Air Temp. 75-82+ F

Water Temp. 75-77 F

Visibility 40-100+ft

 

CREW:

Captain Dennis

2nd Captain David P.

Engineer David M.

Instructor Gabi

Galley Assistant Sherman

Chef James

 

GUESTS:

Lufeng, Hongtao, Kuo, Heming, Li, Yong, Zhengbiao, Guiming, Hua, Ruixue, Jian, Xinglei, Hui and Ying

 

DIVE SITES:

Sunday – Flat Rock Reef, Tunnel Rock

Monday – Cut & Run, Split Coral Head

Tuesday – Cobia Cage, Hole In The Wall, Primo Wall, Tunnel Rock

Wednesday – Monolith, Kracken, Split Coral Head, Jake’s Hole

Thursday – Cut Thru City, Beach Time, Barracuda Shoals

Friday – Blue Hole

 

Saturday April 15th

The Bahamas Aggressor welcomes a group from China. After getting settled onboard and enjoying a wonderful dinner prepared by Chef James, guest enjoyed a night in Nassau.

 

Sunday April 16th

We depart our home dock of Elizabeth on Bay and made way to the Exuma Islands where we enjoy our first dive site Flat Rock Reef. While making sure their buoyancy and camera equipment was working well they enjoyed seeing a variety of Marine. Some of the Marine Life offered at Flat Rock Reef was Schools of Snappers, Grunts, Angelfish, Butterflyfish, Trumpetfish and Nurse Sharks. After a long easy dive on Flat Rock Reef we headed to the Island of Eleuthera and the dive site Tunnel Rock. At Tunnel Rock, some of what we saw was Redeye Shrimp, Lettuce Sea Slugs, Stingrays, Lobsters and Spotted Eels.

 

Monday April 17th

Our Monday started diving around a Small Plane Wreck and an Encrusted Anchor stuck in a Colorful Wall on the dive site called Cut & Run. Lettuce Sea Slugs, Filefish, Clams, Oysters, Moray Eels and a couple of Loggerhead Turtles are just some of what divers enjoyed. Time for Sharks and the place for that is Split Coral Head. Underwater at Split Coral Head we saw Arrow Blennies, Channel Clinging Crabs, Lobsters and 16 Caribbean Reef Sharks that swam within inches of everyone.

 

Tuesday April 18th

The Cobia Cage was our first dive this morning. The Cobia Cage is a huge structure that sits on the edge of a huge wall.   Around the Cage and Wall divers saw Huge Rainbow Parrotfish, Stingrays, Small Arrow Blennies, Cleaner Shrimp and Sharks. Hole in the Wall was next swimming with Schools of Snappers, Jacks, Spadefish, Mackerel and Angelfish. Primo Wall was after lunch; here we saw Queen Triggerfish, Queen Angelfish, Schooling Fish, Lettuce Sea Slugs and Hundreds of Garden Eels. We finished the day on Tunnel Rock diving with Rays, Crabs, Banded Corals Shrimps, Angelfish and Squid.

 

Wednesday April 19th

Monolith was number one today diving with Amberjacks, Mackerel, Colorful Sea Whips, Sponges, Garden Eels, Yellowhead Jawfish, Lobsters and one of the Largest Loggerhead Turtles I’ve ever seen. Before lunch we enjoyed all the little Swim Thru’s that The Kracken had to offer us. We did another quick stop by Split Coral Head and swam with Caribbean Reef Sharks; there were 12 around us this time. Our later afternoon and night dive was on one the crew’s favorite dive sites called Jake’s Hole. A Shallow Colorful Dive where everyone can get lots of underwater time seeing Schooling Fish, Crabs, Lobsters, Squid and Octopus.

 

Thursday April 20th

Our last dive off Eleuthera was on Cut Thru City. Everyone enjoy swimming thru all the different size Swim Thru’s this site has to offer. Plus we some of what we encountered was Snappers, Nassau, Tiger, and Black Groupers, Saddleback Blennies, Arrow Crabs, Lettuce Sea Slugs and Turtles. This group knew how to vacation after arriving back in the Exuma’s they skipped a couple of dives to enjoy a couple hours on one of the Beautiful Sandy Beaches on Highborne Cay.   We finished the day on Barracuda Shoals diving with Ocean and Queen Triggerfish, Groupers, Rays, Blennies, Butterflyfish, Angelfish, Colorful Corals and Turtles.

 

Friday April 21st

Our final dive of the week was on the Blue Hole. While underwater here some of what we encountered, Nudibranchs, Snappers, Angelfish, Clams, Oysters, Tilefish, Rays, Nurse and Reef Sharks and our Huge Resident Loggerhead Turtle.  Diving the Blue Hole is always an excellent dive site to end a week of Fantastic Diving on the Bahamas Aggressor.

 

The Crew Would Like To Thank Everyone For Joining Us On The Bahamas Aggressor!!!

 

 

Until The Next Time Safe Travels…

 

 

Best Fishes,

 

Bahamas Aggressor Crew