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Belize Aggressor IV


Destination: Belize

Itinerary: Turneffe and Lighthouse Reef (7 Nights) | From $442++/night

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The luxurious Belize Aggressor IV (formerly Sun Dancer II) casts off from the Radisson Ft. George dock, located in the heart of downtown Belize City for a week of hassle-free diving to Lighthouse Reef, Half Moon Cay and the famous Blue Hole.

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Every Saturday at 6 pm, the beautiful Belize Aggressor IV casts off from the Radisson Ft. George dock, located in the heart of downtown Belize City for a week of hassle-free diving to Lighthouse Reef, Half Moon Cay and the famous Blue Hole. Guests will be met by a crew member in uniform at the Belize City (BZE) International Airport (transfers are not provided from the Belize City Municipal Airport) and transferred to the yacht.


Dive Overview

The best diving is found on the surrounding cayes, and no dive trip to Belize would be complete without a visit to the Blue Hole, or at least Jacques Cousteau thought so! The diving in Belize is varied enough to please everyone from novices to seasoned divers. You’ll find an abundance of coral gardens, sponges, reef sharks, rays, and small reef fish.

[See: Belize Dive Travel Guide]


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Belize Aggressor IV Accommodation Details

Accommodations include 8 Deluxe staterooms with two twin beds or one king bed and 2 Master staterooms with one queen bed. All staterooms have climate controls. The Belize Aggressor IV sleeps 20 guests in privacy and comfort.

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Belize Aggressor IV Cabin Details

  • Deluxe Stateroom (#1)
  • Two Twin Beds or One King Bed, Private Facilities, Portlight Views, Monitor with Media Player, Mirrored Cabinet, Wardrobe, Bathrobes, Hairdryer, Toiletries, Fresh Towels Daily, Independent Air-conditioning and Volume Controls.
  • Master Stateroom (# 2, 3)
  • Queen Bed – Private Facilities, Picture Window Views, Monitor with Media Player, Mirrored Cabinet, Wardrobe, Bathrobes, Hairdryer, Toiletries, Fresh Towels Daily, Independent Air-conditioning and Volume Controls.
  • Deluxe Stateroom (#4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10)
  • Two Twin Beds or One King Bed – Private Facilities, Picture Window View, Monitor with Media Player, Mirrored Cabinet, Wardrobe, Bathrobes, Hairdryer, Toiletries, Fresh Towels Daily, Independent Air-conditioning and Volume Controls. 

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General Facilities

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Belize Aggressor IV Boat Features

  • Air-conditioned salon and dining area
  • Sundeck complete with a lounge and deck chairs
  • Stereo and CD player
  • Shaded wet bar and grill
  • Complete photo center with a digital video and still photo editing computer


Belize Aggressor IV Dive Facilities

  • Nitrox (unlimited Nitrox is $100 per week or $150 for 10 nights)
  • Individual dive lockers
  • Camera table with low-pressure air hoses
  • 2 Hot, fresh water showers
  • Up to 5 dives per day (2 on the last day)
  • Full line of Aqua Lung rental gear
  • Diving specialty course


Food & Drinks Aboard Belize Aggressor IV

The menu onboard is varied and plentiful, with a variety of American feasts, barbecues and local cuisine. The Aggressor’s selection includes fruit juices, soft drinks, iced water, iced tea, coffee, and a limited selection of local beer and wine, which are complimentary. Due to the high duty charged on liquor, we suggest you bring your special brand from the U.S.


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Belize Aggressor IV Liveaboard Deck Plan

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Schedule, Rates & Availability

Belize Aggressor IV Schedule & Rates

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Prices are in USD, per person and are based on the lowest priced cabin. Port and park fees are not included.

[See also: Inclusions & Exclusions and Full Rates by Cabin Type]

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Belize Aggressor IV Rates




January 2, 2021 - January 1, 2022



January 1, 2022 - January 7, 2023



January 7, 2023 - January 6, 2024



January 6, 2024 - January 4, 2025



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  • Accommodations aboard the yacht
  • All meals and snacks, non-alcoholic beverages, local beer and wine
  • Diving
  • Compressed air tanks, weights & belts
  • Transfers (from and to Belize International Airport (BZE))



  • Airfare (international and domestic)
  • Insurance
  • Equipment rentals
  • Nitrox fills
  • Certification or specialty courses
  • Hotel stays/day rooms
  • Dinner on final evening
  • Crew gratuity
  • Mandatory: Each guest must pay a $110 port fee (7 nights) or $158 (10 nights), includes cruising tax & park fee at the end of the charter



For more information on other departure dates, rates, and on availability email us at or call us at +1-310-915-6677 and we will gladly help you plan your dream dive vacation!

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Dive Information & Destinations

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Belize Dive Overview

  • Dolphin, Tarpon, Sharks, Eagle Rays, Walls and Reefs with abundant marine life and multiple macro critters
  • All dives from mothership
  • Water temperature: 78 - 82F, 25 - 28C
  • 3mm wetsuit recommended


Itinerary Overview

Throughout the week you will dive at Turneffe and Lighthouse Reef. Sheer walls like Painted Wall, Half Moon Caye Wall and Quebrada are adorned with huge crimson gorgonians and wandering, lilac rope sponges. Weather permitting; divers explore the mystical Blue Hole, a collapsed freshwater cave system. With all dives from the mother ship, up to five dives a day are offered except on Friday. Diving begins Sunday morning and ends Friday before lunch when the yachts return to port. The crew hosts a sunset cocktail party at 5:30 p.m. followed by dinner onboard. Saturday morning at 8:00 am, guests are transferred to the Belize Airport or a local hotel. Throughout the week there will be opportunities to go ashore for swimming, snorkeling and beach combing.  

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[See: Belize Dive Travel Guide]

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Other Information

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Boat Specifications

  • Length: 138 feet (42 meters)
  • Beam: 26 feet (8 meters)
  • Speed: 12-15 knots
  • Engine: Twin Marine Diesel
  • Generators: 110-208 ac voltage
  • Maximum guests: 20
  • Number of cabins: 10
  • Number of bathrooms: 13
  • Crew: 7
  • Fuel capacity: 25,000 litres
  • Water capacity: 16,000 litres
  • Watermaker: 5,000 litres per day


Practical Information

  • Time Zone: UTC-6
  • Local Currency: BZD (Belize dollar)
  • Language Spoken: English and Spanish
  • Electricity: 110volt
  • Payment Onboard: Cash, traveler’s checks, Visa, & MasterCard


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Reviews (6)

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Pacific Palisades, CA
United States

Went with a group and had a great time on the Belize Aggressor IV. Megan was a great captain and all the crew was great with nice warm fluffly towels and back rubs after each dive. Typical Aggressor/Dancer fleet great service. Had option of coffee/tea to wake you up in room daily. Nice touch. Food brought to you at table for meals. No buffet style. Wine included with dinner also a nice touch.

Diving was good. Lots of wall dives. Tons of lionfish(good or bad?) Went to the blue hole which was interesting to do though not much of any marine life to see there. Crabs, sponges, lots of colorful reef fish. Not as much big stuff. Good conditions. Not too much current. Prefer diving in Indonesia myself though. The sponges here were the best I've seen anywhere however.

Rooms comfortable with nice bathroom and large shower. Nice TV and comfortable beds.

Visited on 05/2013 - Submitted on 02/12/2014

This was our first liveaboard and all others will be judged against this one. It was perfect. The crew video'd all week and then compiled it onto a DVD for everyone. They are very conscious of the environment and do everything they can to remind you of your obligation to protect it.

Visited on 10/2011 - Submitted on 02/06/2014

Travel Coordination:

We dove on the Sun Dancer II in December 2012, and we really enjoyed the boat, and the diving. It was a second for me on the Peter Hughes boat in Belize (I dove years ago on the original Dancer boat, which sadly sank in a hurricane), and I can say that this time the diving was even better (or at least it seemed better). The Dancer crew were at the airport, ready to take our bags and whisk us over to the boat. Similarly, on the way out, the Dancer staff had a shuttle ready to take us back to the airport (they actually pre-arranged for us to have access to the poolside bar of the local Radisson hotel in Belize City for a couple of hours before heading to catch our flights home).

Accommodations / Food:

Rooms on live aboard dive yachts are always a bit tight, but truthfully, our rooms were really comfortable, with enough room for all of our "stuff". The meals on the yacht were very good, just like you would expect on a Dancer live aboard yacht.


Like any good live aboard, Peter Hughes makes the diving easy. Your gear awaits on the back of the boat, and you can just roll into the water -- up to 5 dives a day. That's why liveaboards cost more, but for ease and logging a lot of dives, it is a good deal. For the money, the Sun Dancer II was actually pretty reasonably priced (especially when you factor in that all your food is included)

Belize has the 2nd largest barrier reef in the world, and the diving is really quite nice, with a variety of both small macro, photography creatures, (nudibranchs, sea horses, flaming tongue, small reef fish) and larger creatures, like moray eels, reef sharks, lots of turtles, eagle rays, sting rays, and barracuda. The diving overall was easy, with relatively calm waters, and the water was around 78 F, so I was perfectly comfortable in my 3mm wetsuit.

For a lot of people, the high point of a Belize dive trip is to dive the Blue Hole. Maybe I'm cynical but color me unimpressed. I liked diving there, but it is just a cave. If I want to see stalactites and stalagmites, I'll go to Luray caverns. My favorite dive sites were Long Caye Ridge and Long Caye Wall (where the reef just seemed very lush), and No Coco, where I got to play with a very sweet turtle.

You can check out my video to get a better idea of the diving was like:

Visited on 12/2012 - Submitted on 02/28/2014

From the very moment setting foot on the boat, the Aggressor staff made me feel welcome and taken care of. The staff is incredibly friendly and helpful. No one wanted for anything! The boat is in excellent condition and well kept. The food was delicious and plentiful. The diving was relaxing and enjoyable. We had close-up encounters with with sharks nearly every day; eagle rays were also regulars on our dives. Highly recommended!

Visited on 03/2021 - Submitted on 03/11/2021

We have been on this trip two times in August and have been blown out for multiple days and missed the opportunity to see the Blue hole. I would suggest that you travel there in June or July. I would also suggest that you plan to spend a week on land and see the country. There is river cave tubing, ruins to see, butterfly farm, zip lines and a great zoo.

Visited on 08/2005 - Submitted on 03/11/2021


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