Scuba Dive The Bay of Islands
The Bay of Island in Honduras are a beautiful diving destination. The Bay of Islands are made up of Roatan, Utila, Guanaja and some smaller islands. They are all part of the mesoarmerican barrier reef system, which is the second biggest barrier reef in the world. Extending from the Yucatan Peninsula down to the Caribbean coast of Honduras, this massive reef system is home to a wide variety of marine life. The area offers wall dives, a variety of wrecks and plenty of sponges, coral and macro critters to keep you happy while you are on the lookout for some of the bigger species such as whale sharks, bottlenose dolphins and Caribbean reef sharks.
Visiting the islands of Utila and Roatan and Cayos Cochinos, divers will find this to be an exciting destination with near ideal dive conditions. To experience one of these beautiful islands makes for a great dive trip. To experience all three while aboard a beautiful liveaboard dive vessel makes for an epic expedition!
The Roatan Aggressor liveaboard offers great itineraries to all of the areas best dive sites. Roatan used to be the base of operations for a large fleet of pirates. Learn about this and more of the areas history from the knowledgeable crew. The ship will dive several dive sites of Roatan, Cayos Chochinos as well as Utila as you can see from the map on the right. The trips begin and end in French Harbor, Roatan.
When Is The Best Time Of Year To Dive The Bay of Islands
The diving is great throughout the year in the Bay of Islands, however, there are certainly seasons which can be a bit more enjoyable for a diving vacation. The fall can be great for diving if the weather permits. Like most places in the Caribbean, large storms can play havoc with a dive vacation. The rainy season also starts in mid to late October in the Bay of Islands and will run until early January. Whale sharks can be present at anytime during the year, however, they peak from mid-February to April. Water temperatures are great year round in the Bay of Islands. The coolest you are likely to see is around 78 degrees which tends to be in January and February. Visibility is also great throughout the year with the exception of when storms roll through which can churn things up and lower the visibility for a few days.
About The Roatan Aggressor
The Roatan Aggressor is a 120′ Yacht with a max capacity of 18 guests. There are 6 crew who are there to cater to all of your needs. All dives are done directly from the liveaboard.
Booking A Liveaboard Vacation
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