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Doc Poulson (Wreck)

Doc Poulson is a purposefully sunk wreck as an artificial reef on the western part of Grand Cayman Island. This is a fun wreck to dive and a great night dive.

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Trinity Caves

Trinity Caves is one of the most popular dive sites on the west side of Grand Cayman. The main swim through is 70 feet deep where you can follow the tunnel back and around out onto the main wall. A super fun dive full of caverns and swim-throughs.

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Big Dipper

Located on the NW point of Cayman, this deep site has a sharp drop to an endless bottom below offering a breath taking view to be seen in all directions.

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Angelfish Reef - Grand Cayman

Nice easy shallow dive site with lots of coral fingers to explore looking for critters and sand patches to catch stingrays or eagle rays feeding in.

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Aquarium - Grand Cayman

Just as the name suggests - it’s an aquarium of fish. This shallow dive site has the spur and groove formation with sand in the deeper water, and hardpan like bottom towards shore.

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Eagles Nest

Colorful sponges intertwined with staghorn corals create a backdrop for spotted eagle rays and lots of turtles. Also look for nurse sharks hiding amongst the reef.

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Cobalt Ridge

This dive site description is under construction and a brief description with all the dive details will be added soon, stay tuned for more info soon.

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Jax Dax

Great shallow dive site with a beautiful coral formation. Includes spur and groove formation with one giant finger coral connecting the shallow reef to the deep reef system.

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Paradise Reef

This beautiful shallow reef site has lots of hard and soft corals, schooling horse eye jacks, turtles or a sleeping nurse shark nestled among the reef.

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Turtle Reef / Macabuca - Grand Cayman

Shore entry by ladder from the Macabuca Tiki Bar. A short swim at 3-7m (15-20ft) depth brings you to the mini wall directly west of the entry. Depth around 14m (50ft). Swim another 100m farther west to the Main Wall. Accessible for night diving.

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