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Belize Aggressor IV :


Log Date: Saturday, May 13, 2017
Entry By: Belize Aggressor IV Crew


Belize Aggressor IV. Captains Log May 13,20,2017

Air Temp. 85 F

Water Temp: 82 – 84 F

Vis: 100 Ft

Crew: Captain Eddy, First Mate John, , Chef Jerry, Stewardess Elia, Assistant Chef Carlos, Dive master Conway and Engineer Simon!

Dive Sites Visited:

Sunday: Light House Reef & Elkhorn Forest

Monday: Long Caye Wall & Julies Jungle

Tuesday: Half Moon Caye Wall & Long Caye Ridge

Wednesday: The great Blue Hole & Cathedral

Thursday: Chain Wall, Painted Wall & Silver Caves

Friday: Sandy Slope

We had an incredible week, reuniting with long time friends / dive buddies, and meeting new friends, wonderful underwater adventurers to be added to the book of tales.

It all started On Saturday as we welcomed onboard: Roberta & Jeremy, Val & Gayle, Mary-Pat & Justin, Michael, Lance, Ursula & Steve, Mat, Steward, Kos, Mathieu, Dave, Elliott, Brian, George, Diane & Paul: Thank you Dave, Michael & Lance for being with us again, After the safety briefing and introductions a delicious dinner was served, later that night we headed out to Lighthouse Reef where the underwater adventure started, we started the day diving at Half Moon Caye Island at Light House Reef Wall, we had great visibility and plenty action on the wall including a reef Shark that made a few deep pass, usually we get many friendly Groupers around this Island, this week we had great visibility all week long, we also dove at Hatt Caye Island, Long Caye Island, and Turneffe Island, we had nigh dives every night providing great encounters with Octopus, Big cleaning Crabs, Spotted Eels & Lobsters.

The highlight dives for the week was, Half Moon Caye Wall, Chain Wall & Silver Caves, Sharks, Friendly Groupers, Giant Loggerhead Turtle, Hawks bill Turtle, Tarpons, Spotted Eagle Ray’s, big schools of Horse Eye Jacks and more, these site were so alive it all look like an aquarium down there, we also had a few free swimmers on a few dives, large Green Morays looking for a meal posing and giving exciting moments for videos and photos.

We also dove into the famous and exotic Blue Hole which is one of the most wanted Dive around the world, swimming around and under the stalactites some describes as breath taking, over all it was a fascinating Dive or as some will say a dream accomplish,

The underwater adventure continue encountering cool spiny lobsters queen conch, giant hermit crabs, blue shrimp and a large swimming Green Moray and a Nurse Shark, on the nightdive many Tarpons, Crabs, Neck Crabs and an Octopus was enjoy, we had an awesome week of diving and we highly appreciate all our guest for joining us this week, we love you!! And to all you Bubble makers out there we invite you to join us on our next underwater adventure, until t