Belize Aggressor IV Captain’s Log 23-30 September 2017
Air Temp. 81-90+ F
Water Temp. 83-88 F
Dive Master Kenley
Dive Master Mario
Assistant Chef jean
Jayne, Rich, Chris, Pamela, Theresa, Pat, Angie, John, Han, Tom, Brendan, Nate, Vernon, Ryan, Susan, Mathew, Vivian, Jerry, Lory and Gary.
Sunday – Julies Jungle, Eagle Ray Wall
Monday – Light House, Silver Caves
Tuesday – Half Moon Caye Wall, Dos chicas
Wednesday – Blue Hole, Long Caye Wall
Thursday – Chain Wall, Black Beauty
Friday – Sandy Slope
Saturday September 23rd
After guest boarded and settled in, the Welcome Aboard Briefing was done. Then, they enjoyed a wonderful dinner as the Belize Aggressor IV departed her home dock at the Radisson and made way to our first dive site Julies Jungle.
Sunday September 24th
Julies Jungle is the dive site where we started this week charter. Guest adjusted weight, checked the cameras and made the first bubbles. Angelfish, Blennies, Crabs, Lobsters, Big Ocean Triggerfish, Groupers, Barracuda and Hawksbill Turtle…nice dive for a start! In the afternoon we went to Eagle Ray Wall, swimming with Big Tarpon, Jacks, Lobsters, Octopus and Squid.
Monday September 25th
Light House Wall was where we started our day swimming with Large Nassau
Groupers, Cero Mackerel, hundred of Silver Sides, Caribbean Reef Sharks, Caribbean
and Nurse Sharks and Spotted Eagle Rays. The day finished in Silver Caves with
Spotted and Green Moray Eels, a large school of Creole Wrasses that swam over the
wall giving it a waterfall effect. Squid, Turtles, Sharks and Octopus made our dive
one more time.
Tuesday September 26th
Half Moon Caye to start the day is just like having a present in the morning. Queen
Triggerfish, Queen Angelfish that came up close, very friendly Caribbean Reef Sharks,
Spotted Eagle Rays, Smooth Trunkfish, Flounders, Loggerhead Turtle and Large
Black Groupers were a present after a present. And then Dos Chicas. Colorful Corals,
Sponges, Tropical Fish and Nurse Sharks. Divers paradise!
Wednesday September 27th
Blue Hole. For many guest the reason for this trip. They enjoyed its stalactites and the great sensation of a deep dropping wall. Some divers were just shallow and they saw Parrotfish, Blennies, Creole Wrasses and Flamingo Tongues. Long Caye Wall was the afternoon dive swimming with Angelfish, Butterflyfish, Banded Coral Shrimp and Caribbean Reef Sharks.
Thursday September 28th
As the weather was nice to us, we took the chance and went to Chain Wall. We
enjoyed swimming with very Groupers, Spotted Eels, Clams, Scorpionfish, Green
Moray Eels, Caribbean Reef Sharks and Juvenile Nurse Shark. In the afternoon we
made our way to Turneffe Island. Black Beauty was our destination and there we
enjoyed Corals, Big Channel Clinging Crabs, Caribbean Lobsters and a Hawksbill
Friday September 29th
Our last dive site of the week was on Sandy Slope on west side of Turneffe Island. Here there is plenty of juvenile fish, like a nursery for fish. Spotted and Green Morays Eels, Several Types of Stingrays and a variety of Corals. A nice dive to end a wonderful week of diving and fun on the Belize Aggressor IV.
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