Prepare to ‘Dive Easy’ from the Rock Islands Aggressor (formerly Tropic Dancer) where you’ll enjoy all of the amenities you’ve come to expect from an Aggressor Fleet liveaboard.
The 32 metre boat features nine staterooms accommodating 18 passengers. All cabins feature en-suite facilities and air-conditioning. The deluxe are furnished with a lower double and upper single bed, whilst the double cabins have bot lower and upper double beds. The week long trips begin and end on a Sunday and offer five and one half day of diving (up to 4 per day + 3 night dives). All diving is from the accompanying skiff. Facilities on board the mother ship include shaded and sun deck areas, saloon, a wet bar and camera facilities.
At Blue Corner you’ll be greeted by grey reef and white-tip sharks, Napoleon wrasse, spotted eagle rays, schooling jacks and barracuda, trigger fish and more. Look for manta rays, octopi, nudibranch, garden eels and maybe even a leopard shark when diving in German Channel. Peleliu Corner, where the ocean currents converge to make up some of the strongest currents you’ll ever experience, is home to large numbers of tropical fish and a variety of corals including soft, cable and black. Sea fans decorate the wall while large pelagic fish cruise around Peleliu Corner.
Remnants of WWII are still visible throughout Palau today, including many ship and plane wrecks resting at the bottom of Palau’s inner lagoon. Japanese Zero, one of the most famous, lies in only five feet of water just waiting to be explored. While in Peleliu, if weather permits, you’ll be treated to an island tour where you’ll visit the Peleliu War Museum, explore the battlefields of Orange Beach and Bloody Nose Ridge and get a sampling of life in Palau today.
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Dive Palau by liveaboard to truly appreciate this Pacific island gem. The world's first shark sanctuary, Palau dazzles with its wrecks, superb shark encounters and healthy reefs housing every imaginable species of coral.