Belize Aggressor IV Captain’s Log 18-25 Nov. 2017
Air Temp. 78-87+ F
Water Temp. 81-83 F
Dive Master John
Dive Master Conway
Assistant Chef Jean
Tammy, Janine, Diane, Jay, Asia, Yogi, Brad, Peter G., Peter M., John, Alan, Kenn, Alf, David, Faye, Sarah, Tom, Paula, Stephen and Chris
Sunday – Amber Head South
Monday – Angelfish Wall, Half moon Caye Wall
Tuesday – Lighthouse Wall, Long Caye Wall
Wednesday – Shark Point, Silver Caves
Thursday – Half Moon Caye Wall, Black Beauty
Friday – Front Porch
Sunday November 19th
It was a sunny morning when guest boarded the Belize Aggressor IV. After a Wonderful breakfast and welcome briefing we departed for our first dive Amber Head South located site just off Turneffe Caye. While diving Amber Head South we encountered Schools of Creole Wrasses, Queen Angelfish, Caribbean Spotted Lobsters and Spotted Moray Eels.
Monday November 20th
During the night we made our way to Half Moon Caye and was ready for our first dive Angelfish Wall on this Monday morning. We saw lots of Angelfish, Crabs, Cleaner Shrimp, Lobsters and Rays. Next was Half Moon Caye Wall. One of my favorite to dive in Belize, we saw Spotted Spiny Lobsters, Caribbean Spiny Lobsters, Channel Clinging Crabs, Big Friendly Nassau Groupers Rays, Garden Eels and a couple of Caribbean Reef Sharks.
Tuesday November 21st
Staying near Half Moon Caye we started this Tuesday on Lighthouse Wall. It nice when you first dive of the day being greeted by Friendly Tiger and Nassau Groupers, Spotted Eels and Caribbean Spiny Lobsters. During lunch we made our way to Long Caye Wall and the dive site called Long Caye Wall. When exploring Long Caye Wall we saw Lobsters, Crabs, Tarpon, Blennies, Sharks, Octopus and Squid.
Wednesday November 22nd
Shark Point was first on the list this morning. We saw Eels, Colorful Corals, Big Groupers and Spotted Eagle Rays. The afternoon and night was on Silver Caves swimming with Tarpon, Chubs, Eels, Nurse Shark and a Friendly Green Turtle.
Thursday November 23rd
We did a repeat on half Moon Caye Wall and saw more this time then the last. Some of the Marine Life we saw was Groupers, Snappers, Grunts, Angelfish, Channel Clinging Crabs and Green Turtle relaxing and eating a little sponge. During lunch we made way back to Turneffe Caye and a dive site called Black Beauty, where we enjoyed Crabs, Shrimps, Sea Whips, Black Corals, Rays and Lobsters.
Friday November 24th
Our final dive site of the week was called The Front Porch. We started with a pre-breakfast dive seeing Arrow Blennies, Banded Coral Shrimps, Rays, Groupers, Snappers and a huge variety of hard and soft corals.
The Crew Would Like To Thank Everyone For Joining Us On The Belize Aggressor IV!!!
Until The Next Time Safe Travels…
Belize Aggressor IV Crew