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French Polynesia (Tahiti)
French Polynesia Master
French Polynesia Master
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French Polynesia Liveaboard
Built of steel, the French Polynesia Master is the newest liveaboard to ply the waters of this island archipelago, welcoming aboard 25 guests for 7 or 10 night dive safaris. 4 decks provide ample space for relaxation and dive equipment and camera preparation. The Master crew ensure you receive only the highest quality service on your diving vacation.
Planned Itineraries
The diving itineraries take you through the Tuamotu Island chain, from Rangiroa to Fakarava, with a choice of 7 or 10 night trips between these two hot spots, as well as a Fakarava-Fakarava 7-night loop which maximises the time spent in this area. Dive sites are typically channel or “Pass” dives and the route planning for each trip is highly dependent upon the incoming and out-going tides for each island. We dive the optimum tide for each site to bring you the ultimate in pelagic fish action. Strong currents to be expected and it is therefore recommended divers have experience beyond beginner level to ensure maximum enjoyment. Dive sites also include outer reefs, plateaus and coral gardens found with the lagoon, where currents are less intense and many smaller creatures can be found.
Starting December 2016
7 night cruise prices from USD 4095.00/person twin share plus taxes (park/port fees USD 70.00/person)!
10 night cruise prices from USD 5675.00/person twin share plus taxes (park/port fees USD 90.00/person)!

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SPECIALS

OZTek Specials
Book & confirm your trip on these fantastic OZTek Specials and SAVE 20%:

MASTER LIVEABOARDS
Individuals 20% OFF
Small Groups 6+1 FOC

French Polynesia Master:
24 June - 01 July 2017
12-19 July 2017


Terms and Conditions:
1. Must be confirmed by the 3rd April 2017.
2. Cannot be combined with other WWDAS offers!
3. Offers are only valid to show attendees!
Trips & Availability


Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka Aggressor
Sri Lanka Aggressor
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Three unique marine and diving adventures
The new Sri Lanka Aggressor is one of the few destinations that offers three unique marine and diving adventures: Snorkeling with Whales & Dolphin, West Colombo & Northwest Kalpitiya recreational diving weeks and Tech Wreck weeks.

The Sri Lanka Aggressor operates 7 night charters, takes 26 passengers and operates out of the Dockowita Harbour (west side of Sri Lanka and 45 minutes north of Colombo) for 6 months of each year and from the Trincomalee Harbour (north east side of Sri Lanka) for the other 4.5 months.
Whale and Dolphin snorkeling weeks
During the Whale and Dolphin snorkeling weeks, guests will have the opportunity to snorkel with up to thirteen species of whales and eight species of dolphin. World renowned marine naturalist Howard Martenstyn will be onboard to offer education information on behavior patterns. Over the last 15 years he has documented over 3000 whale sightings around Sri Lanka. Thirteen species of whales reside around the island of Sri Lanka including blue whales, sperm whales, humpback whales, beaked whales, melon headed whales, pilot whales, and false killer whales. Two of the predominant species that are resident in Sri Lanka, are the sperm whale which averages 40 - 60 feet and the blue whale which averages 60 - 100 feet long and weighs up to 200 tons. During the Whale & Dolphin weeks, guests may also see up to eight different species of dolphin. These weeks depart from Trincomalee and Colombo depending on which charter you are on.
Recreational diving itinerary
The recreational diving itinerary, West Colombo & Northwest Kalpitiya, departs from Colombo to explore beautiful wrecks and reefs. Half the week is spent exploring the wrecks and the other half venturing north for drift diving along lush coral reefs. The wreck dives may include: the Thermopylae Sierra, Chief Dragon, Taprobane, and Trug. With warm coastal waters and the continental shelf only 5 to 10 kilometers out from the Sri Lankan coast, Sri Lanka is guaranteed a wealth of coral and marine life all year long including dozens of ship wrecks that have become artificial reefs for local fish species and are easily accessible to recreational divers. One morning guests will have the opportunity to snorkel with the whales and dolphin.
Tech Wreck itinerary
The Tech Wreck itinerary departs from Trincomalee and explores world-class wrecks such as the HMS Hermes aircraft carrier, HMS Hollyhock and RFA Athelstane. With over 200 wrecks in Sri Lanka, 50 are identified as excellent or world class dives. Including the HMS Hermes the first ever British aircraft carrier built. The 600 meter wreck is residing at a depth of 54 meters along with 3 other support ships in 20 to 40 meter depths, The Sri Lanka Aggressor is fitted with 3 x 600 HP Compressors, Nitrox Compressor, Full Tri-Mix System and Rebreather System. Learn more about Technical Courses & Trimix Rebreather Fills.
Dates of the 3 itineraries are:
* Whale & Dolphin Weeks (Snorkeling Only)
Embark/Disembark: Sept-Nov Trincomalee and Feb - April Colombo
2017: Feb 25 - April 29, 2017, Aug 26 - Oct 28, 2017
2018: Feb 24 - April 28, 2018, Aug 25 - Oct 27, 2018

* West Colombo & Northwest Kalpitiya - Diving
Embark/Disembark: Colombo
2017: Jan 1 - Feb 25, 2017; Oct 28 - Dec 31, 2017
2018: Jan 1 - Feb 24, 2018; Oct 27 - Feb 23, 2019

* Tech Wreck Weeks (Tri-Mix and Rebreathers)
Embark/Disembark: Trincomalee
2017: April 29, 2017 - July 1, 2017
2018: April 28 - June 30, 2018
Starting September 2016
7 night cruise prices from USD 2500.00/person twin share plus taxes (USD 50.00/person port fee + USD 100.00/person park fee)!

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Dive The World Club Weeks - Save 25%
The Aggressor Fleet is offering its "Dive the World Club Weeks" promotions on selected fleet departures. Book your trip with us and receive a 25% discount of the cruise cost!

Sri Lanka Aggressor (West Colombo & NW Kalpitiya) 23-30 December 2017

Limited to new bookings only. Must mention this special at time of initial reservation. Discounts apply to cruise only and not on fees or surcharges. Cannot be combined with other discounts, promotions, or special incentives. Money saving specials do not apply. Subject to withdraw or change without notice.
Trips & Availability



Aggressor Tented Safari Lodge
Aggressor Tented Safari Lodge
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Launch Date: September 10, 2016
Sri Lanka offers world class wildlife parks full of large game animals; leopards, sloth bears, elephant, water buffalo, jackal, wild boar, deer, marsh and mugger crocodiles and 492 species of resident or migratory birds. Sri Lanka also has an amazing world heritage site dating back to the 3rd century BC and 5th century AD.

The Aggressor Tented Safari Lodge is located near Wilpattu and Minneriya National Parks. Guests may stay for 3 nights before or after the Sri Lanka Aggressor and will experience big game viewing in both parks, seeing leopard, elephant, bear, buffalo, deer, crocodile, jackel and many other animals and birds in their natural jungle habitat. In addition as part of the package, will visit two world heritage sites, the 3rd Century BC ancient city in Anuradhapura and 5th Century AD Sigiriya Rock Palace. The Aggressor Safari Lodge is located:
20 minutes from the main gate off Trincomalee Road.
30 minutes to Anuradhapura.
45 minutes to Sigiriya Rock Palace.

4 Day/3 Night Aggressor Tented Safari Lodge Sri Lanka Package:
• 3 Night Accommodations at the five-star Aggressor Tented Safari Lodge
• All food and beverages at the lodge (including beer and wine)
• Daily Jeep Safari’s and entry fees to both Wilpattu and Minneriya National Parks
Your Tours Will Include:
Minneriya National Park: Home to the largest Asian elephant gathering known to exist, over 300 elephants live in this area. You will look out over a vast reservoir of flat drying grasslands and gently rippling water. Shadows begin to emerge from the surrounding jungle one by one as the elephants slowly make their way out of the shady trees to the plains towards the water. It is fascinating to sit and watch these huge animals drink, play and snack on the green, lush grass that have been exposed by the receding water. This is home for the dry season.

Wilpattu National Park: This is the largest and oldest park in Sri Lanka and world known for its diverse wildlife which includes leopards, sloth bears, elephants, jackels, water buffalo, barking deer, spotted deer, sambar deer, marsh and mugger crocodile, wild boar, different varieties of monkeys and hundreds of species of local and migratory birds.

World Heritage Site: Sigiriya Rock. Sigiriya is one of the most valuable historical monuments of Sri Lanka and is known as the Eighth Wonder of the World. The Sigiriya rock plateau, formed from magma of an extinct volcano is 600 feet higher than the surrounding jungles. Since the 3rd century BC the rocky plateau has served as a monastery until the 14th century when it was abandoned. The most striking feature is the Mirror Wall. It is painted with inscriptions and poems and the most ancient inscriptions are dating from the 8th century. The palace and fortress complex takes several hours to climb from the bottom to the top and was declared a World Heritage Site in 1982.

Ancient City of Anuradhapura: The Anuradhapura Kingdom was established in 380 BC. The ancient city, considered sacred to the Buddhist world, is surrounded by monasteries covering over 16 square miles. The city also houses the Jetavana, the Abhayagiri Dagaba and Ruwanwelisaya stupa's that house many ancient Buddhist relics and remains of Buddhist monks and nuns.
Starting September 2016
3 night tour prices from USD 1500.00/person twin share plus extras:

• World Heritage entrance fees are USD 50.00/person
• Transfers to/from Colombo or Trincomalee is USD 275.00/person/way

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