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Log Date: Saturday, Dec 15, 2018
Entry By: Belize Aggressor IV Crew









 



Belize Aggressor IV Captain’s Log 15-22 Dec. 2018

 

Air Temp. 73-78+ F

Water Temp. 80-83 F

Visibility 33-100+ft

 

CREW:

Captain Dennis

Engineer Simon

Instructor Bailey

Instructor Kenley

Stewardess Elia

Assistant Chef Jean

Chef Jerry

 

GUESTS:

John, Ravi, Carrie, Corey, Cindy, Kenny, Thomas, Zak, Ann, Tari, Tiffany, Michael, Gwen, Jesse, Brandon, Gary, Suzanne, Nancy and Titing

 

DIVE SITES:

Sunday – Grand Bogue, Bulls Bay, Johnny’s Wrench

Monday – Grand Bogue, Black Beauty

Tuesday – Half Moon Caye Wall, Chain Wall, Angelfish Wall

Wednesday – Cathedral, Long Caye Wall

Thursday – Aquarium, Painted Wall

Friday – Black Beauty

 

Saturday December 15th

It was a warm bright sunny afternoon as guest boarded the Belize Aggressor IV for an Adventurous Tour of Diving The Warm Waters of Belize.

 

Sunday December 16th

Bright and early long before the sun started to make its present the Belize Aggressor IV departed her home dock at the Radisson Marina, making her way to our first dive sites in the East Side of Turneffe Caye, Grand Bogue, Bulls Bay and Johnny’s Wrench. Some of the Marine Life we encountered while diving these dive sites were Spotted Moray Eels, Free Swimming Moray Eels, Nurse and Caribbean Reef Sharks, Smooth Trunkfish, Porcupinefish, Banded Coral Shrimps, French and Queen Angelfish, Squid, Octopus and Spotted Toadfishes.

 

Monday December 17th  

We had such an amazing dive at Grand Bogue yesterday that we started our Monday Morning there and finished it on the Southern tip of Turneffe Caye at Black Beauty. Some of what we saw while diving these two wonderful dive sites was Spotted Moray Eels, Queen Angelfish, Cero Mackerel, Southern and Roughtail Stingrays, Nurse and Reef Sharks, Hawksbill Turtle, a Huge Loggerhead Turtle and Whitespotted Toadfishes.

 

Tuesday December 18th

Half Moon Caye, Chain Wall and Angelfish Wall were our dive sites to explore today. The combination of these three dive sites made for the perfect setting to see a huge variety of Marine Life, including Arrow Blennies, Big Channel Clinging Crabs, Friendly Nassau Groupers, Hundreds of Garden Eels, Big Barrel Sponges, Long Colorful Devil Sea Whips and Caribbean Reef Sharks that stayed close to divers, Squids and Octopus. It was a Very Busy Day Underwater on the Belize Aggressor IV!

 

Wednesday December 19th

Our first dive site today called Cathedral sits just off Long Caye. Divers enjoyed a nice Swim Thru, Big Sponges, Deepwater Sea Fans, Black Corals, Rock Beauty’s, Spotted Drums, Angelfish, Sharks and a Green Turtle Enjoying a little sponge for a snack. On Long Caye Wall, Schooling Creole Wrasses, Arrow Blennies, Long Tiger Tails, Huge Basket Stars, Small Squids, Reef Sharks swimming near us at night and Octopus.

 

Thursday December 20th

On our last full day of diving we visited two of my personal dive sites here in Belize, both are located just of Long Caye. Aquarium and Painted Wall are the two sites I enjoy diving anything, in fact I could stay at either site all day, however today we split them up. When exploring these underwater beauties some of the Marine Life we enjoyed was Huge Deepwater Sea Fans, Big Bushy Black Coral, Big Tall Barrel Sponges, Schooling Tarpon, Caribbean Reef and Nurse Sharks, Large Stony Coral Mounds of Brain and Star Corals, Mackerel, Spotted Drums, Squids and Octopus. With the bright sun out and a light breeze over the water it was an Amazing Day on The Belize Aggressor IV!

 

Friday December 21st

Black Beauty was our last stop of the week. We did some underwater time at Black Beauty earlier in the week, however sometimes Mother Nature has a hand in given us something we didn’t anticipate and she was correct in the giving department again. Again we enjoyed Green Moray Eels, Queen Angelfish, Schooling Creole Wrasses, Beautiful Corals and Sponges plus a Little Whitespotted Toadfish made a present for a few divers.  

 

The Best Way To Describe This Week Would Be Simply Nice!

 

The Crew Would Like To Thank Everyone For Joining Us On The Belize Aggressor IV!!!

 

 

Until The Next Time Safe Travels…

 

 

Best Fishes,

 

Belize Aggressor IV Crew