Randy began working on the Cayman Aggressor in 2000 after spending some years on the island at a local dive shop. Following a few years on the Cayman boat a move was made to the Cocos Aggressor with a newly acquired captains license. A year or so and a few 1000 hammerheads later an opportunity arose to work on the Kona Aggressor followed by another jump down to Tahiti to run the Aggressor that island-hopped around the atolls of the Tuamotus. After a year in paradise and more sharks than could ever be counted a break was needed so it was off to Europe and the Middle East to dry out the gills for a year of traveling and all the experiences that come with it. Three years on a private yacht and another break was needed. So it was off to the Philippines to spend a few years on a liveaboard there before coming back to the Aggressor fleet to work in Palau and the Rock Islands and then once again working back east to Kona and now back to Cayman as the captain of the new Cayman Aggressor V.
|Rodelio Tenorio - Engineer|
Rodel or Dell, comes to us from across the globe, a far away land.. the Philippines, Manila. He is no stranger to the Cayman Islands as he worked here for many years in construction and engineering. He returned to the Philippines for a few years, working as a Mechanical Technician and spending quality time with his lovely Wife and Four Children! We are very privileged to have Rodel back in the Cayman Islands working with us on the CAYMAN AGGRESSOR IV™. He is our amazing Engineer, and a brilliant dive guide. Having learned to dive since being with us from 2014. His favorite past times are Skyping with his Family! Playing basketball and of course now Scuba Diving!
|Oneil Fuentes - 2nd Engineer|
Coming from the Philippines, Oneil is no stranger to the water. His father who had been working in the Cayman Islands for the past 15 years as a marine technician introduced him to ships and taught him everything he could about working on engines. After receiving a degree in Marine Engineering Oneil spent some time working on an Oil Tanker as an engine cadet before coming to work here on the Cayman Aggressor. Oneil is also a very talented tennis player and used to teach and play professionally back home. Now he is learning to scuba dive and has been working as a steward/ engine cadet.
Juan Carlos Corzo - Instructor
JC comes to us all the way from Venezuela. He has been working in the diving industry for over 20 years and grew up free diving and swimming in the waters of Margarita Island to the north of Venezuela. Throughout his diving career he has had the pleasure of working in Turks & Caicos, the Grenadines, and on an old Dancer Vessel in Los Roques, Venezuela. He is also an avid surfer and loves to travel and tell stories of his underwater adventures.
|Kerry Arnold - Photographer/Vidographer|
Kerry comes all the way from the south west coast of England where she grew up in the beautiful countryside of Somerset. After studying a degree in animation and film Kerry soon realized that the office 9-5 life was not for her and decided to take her camera underwater where she discovered a whole new world. She did her training for open water to instructor all in the cold waters of the UK. After working for a dive shop in England she began her work on liveaboards in the Maldives and the Red Sea. She eventually made her way to the Cayman Islands where she worked for 2 years as a dive instructor before joining Cayman V Aggressor. Kerry is continuing her work in underwater film as our newest videographer and photographer.
|Latoya Newman - Chef|
Coming from Manchester, Jamaica, Latoya has been with the fleet for over 2 years, and is a pivotal part of our Cayman Aggressor family, working diligently in the galley preparing wonderful meals for our guests. Latoya loves her job here, as she loves to make guests happy- especially at snack time. She is an incredibly hard worker, warm, welcoming, and will do anything for you to make your trip that extra bit special.