Cayman Brac Dive Sites
Cayman Brac is well known for its scuba
diving (including the man-made wreck of the M/V Captain Keith Tibbets)
Located on the south side of the island off Dennis Point, this wall dive
is considered intermediate level. Don't miss the anchor of an old Spanish
galleon; it marks the entrance to a tunnel leading to a vertical wall
that drops into the deep blue abyss.
On the north side of the island near Cotton Tree Bay, this 20- to 60-foot
dive is a favorite with beginners and is named for a green moray eel who
calls this her home.
This wall dive off South East Bay is a favorite with beginners because
of its shallow (15- to 50-foot) depth. With coral heads, a tunnel, and
plenty of marine life, it's a good choice for anyone.
Off Half Way Ground on the island's north side, this shallow dive can
be reached from shore and is a favorite for night diving. Look for octopus!
This all-level dive, on the north side of the island in White Bay, has
something for everyone. Wreck divers will find the remains of a 65-foot
vessel in its waters; those looking for spectacular formations will find
canyons and tunnels.
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