I strongly advise against diving with the Cayman Aggressor.
We spent one week in early November on this boat, and it was not a good experience. We experienced false advertisement and we were lied to. The CEO Wayne Brown is telling me, that he is just a travel agent and not responsible for the way, the Cayman Aggressor operates!
The Cayman Aggressor is old, the staterooms are smelling and musty, and many things were in disrepair. The hot tub was broken the whole week, the internet access was denied to the divers, the air conditioner was broken, the ice maker not working and the starboard ballast tank had a broken seal. We were sleeping with the boat listing to starboard and our heads elevated.
The boat's autopilot was broken and we sailed in very rough seas to Little Cayman.
The advertised bathrobes and morning beverage service never materialized.
The advertised open diving never happened. We always went in groups at set times.
With the exception of the captain and first mate, the crew was very young and inexperienced. We had a hairy situation, when a mooring line broke in rough seas, with divers in the water under the boat. I helped to spot divers, drifting away from the boat. We were lucky, that we got everybody back on board without injuries. In the 5 foot swells, our boarding ladders were swinging between vertical and horizontal!
We never went to Cayman Brac. This is part of the advertised itinerary, but according to the captain's log, the Cayman Aggressor hardly ever goes to the Brac. On Little Cayman, we stayed on the same mooring for multiple dives and in 3 days the Cayman Aggressor moved only about 200 yards!
The mediocre food did not help matters. The diving in the Cayman's is still good, but avoid the Cayman Aggressor at all costs!