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20 Feb 2018, Nigel Cass

Cocos, galapagos, oman, liveaboards

Huge savings on selected sailings with the acclaimed Aggressor fleet

Regaldive are are offering a number of stunning deals on selected trips in 2018 for the acclaimed Aggressor fleet of liveaboards. With £1,000s worth of savings, now is the time to book your place on a trip to some of the most sought-after dive destinations in the world.

Cocos Island
The uninhabited Cocos Island lies in the eastern Pacific, south west of Costa Rica. A rugged, yet green and verdant island that is a National Park and was designated a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1997.

The island is surrounded by deep waters populated by whalesharks, schooling hammerhead sharks, white-tip sharks, tuna, manta and three species of turtle. Dolphins are often seen and sometimes a whale if you are lucky.

Due to the amount and diversity of  marine life in its waters Cocos Island was named one of the best 10 scuba diving spots in the world by PADI and should be on any serious divers ‘To Do’ list.

Okeanos Aggressor I Current 2018 Offers (boat only):

  • 21-28 March: Cano Island. Was £2,085  Now £1,339  SAVE £746pp
  • 30 March - 9 April: Cocos Island. Was £3,805  Now £3,057  SAVE £746pp
  • 11-21 May: Cocos Island. Was £3,805  Now £3,057  SAVE £746pp
  • 3-13 August: Cocos Island. Was £3,805  Now £3,057  SAVE £746pp
  • 22 December – 1 January 2019: Cocos Island. Was £3,803  Now £2,852  SAVE £951pp

Okeanos Aggressor II Current 2018 Offers (boat only):

  • 31 March - 7 April: Cano Island. Was £2,235  Now £1,488  SAVE £746pp
  • 12-19 May: Cano Island. Was £2,235  Now £1,675  SAVE £560pp
  • 15-25 December: Cocos Island. Was £3,076  Now £2,307  SAVE £769pp

The Galapagos Islands lie on the equator 600 miles off the coast of Ecuador. Evolved over millennia and isolated from any continental landmass, the Galapagos enjoys a completely unique biodiversity that is simply spectacular.

Thirteen primary islands make up part of the Ecuadorian National Park System and are a World Heritage site in their own right. This includes the world famous diving mecca of Darwin & Wolf. Many divers are drawn to the Galapagos by the presence of large schools of rays and sharks, which are encountered year round.

Various species of turtle breed in the islands, whilst endemic marine iguanas have adapted to local conditions, feeding off the sea algae that thrives in the waters that surround the islands. Inquisitive seals and penguins provide divers with unforgettably thrilling shows as they perform their aquatic acrobatic displays. 

Galapagos Aggressor III Current 2018 Offers (boat only):

  • 3-10 May. Was £4,472  Now £3,726  SAVE £746pp
  • 10-17 May. Was £4,472  Now £3,726  SAVE £746pp
  • 17-24 May. Was £4,472  Now £3,726  SAVE £746pp

Just 7 hours away from the UK, Oman is situated on the south-eastern corner of the Arabian Peninsula and was until recently something of an enigma, closed off to the outside world. Over the past few years the country has opened its borders to travellers and is rapidly gaining a reputation for the quality and variety of its diving.

Dive sites around Muscat are well-established, and include the renowned Daymaniyat Islands, Bandar Khairan, and Fahal Islands. There are few currents and dives range in depth from ten to thirty metres, along coral flanked stony walls. Plankton rich waters attract a large amount of marine life, which includes many pelagic species.

Dive boats occasionally encounter both Pilot whales and Whale sharks. Five species of turtle are found in Omani waters, including the elusive Hawksbill. In addition to turtles, divers often see both Devil and Eagle rays. The sheer amount of life and quality of strongly coloured corals found on the reefs of Oman leaves the most lasting impressions on the memories of most divers.

Mirbat and Salalah
This itinerary will be exploratory in nature, and would suit divers comfortable in a relatively remote location. Sitting in the waters straddling the north Indian Ocean and the Arabian Sea, the Hallaniyat Islands comprise five islands lying in the south-eastern waters of Oman’s Dhofar district.

Relatively frequent reports of humpback sightings are known, along with some of their smaller cetacean friends; the dolphin. A good chance of manta rays, large grouper and superb coral on relatively shallow reefs will enthral divers.

Oman Aggressor Current 2018 Offers (boat only):

  • 10 February - 30 August, 2018. Was £2,622  Now £1,876  SAVE £746

Whatever your preferences, the Aggressor fleet will provide you world-class diving combined with the quality of service and experience that has made them one of the most successful brands in the industry.

If you would like to take advantage of these incredible offers please call us today and book your place on the trip of a lifetime!