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Dive sites nearby

Bloody Bay Wall

Bloody Bay Wall is known as the most spectacular drop-off in the Caribbean. The top of the reef starts in only 20 feet of water and then drops off into the abyss. Visibility here is more than 200 feet! What an amazing dive!

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Jackson Wall and Reef

This site consists of a mini wall, coral head formations, sandy boulevard, and main wall riddled with swim-throughs. As super fun dive and perfect for beginners and advanced divers alike.

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Little Cayman

Diving the island of Little Cayman should be on every serious diver’s bucket list! The reefs are pristine, the walls are breathtaking, and the marine life is abundant.

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Nancy’s cup of tea

Located along Bloody Bay Wall, “Nancy’s Cup of Tea“ is a beautiful and popular dive site in Little Cayman, suitable for both diving and snorkeling.

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Snapper Point

Finger formation dive with colourful and healthy reef formations. Top of the reef is approx 30ft. Sandy channels at the bottom of the reef fingers. Max depth 70ft and often current. Lots of soft corals on top of the reef.

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Double Wall

Double Wall is the first wall dive site on the North West End of Cayman Brac. Barrel sponges and colorful corals surrounded by all sorts schools of fish and turtles.

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Fisheries

The most westerly dive site on the north side of Cayman Brac. From the mooring pin, follow the mini wall past two sandy chutes and you reach a large pillar coral. Top of the coral is approx. 30ft/9m and reef floor sits at 50ft/15m.

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Middle Chute

A number of sandy channel leading to the reef wall and drop off. Top of the reef is an average of 50ft. Many cleaning stations and barrel sponges to be seen.

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West Chute

North side dive site with wall drop off starting about 50ft. Sand chutes lead on to the wall drop off. A large pinnacle of coral stands between two of the edges of the reef wall.

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Turtle Alley

Shallow dive site on the North West End of Cayman Brac.Colorful miniwall that starts at 30 ft flanked by silver sand and patches of coral at a depth of 55 to 65 ft.

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