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Cemetery Reef

Cemetery Reef

Grand Cayman
Category Location
  • - Snorkeling
  • - West Bay
Coordinates
19.36535, -81.39528

Wade out from 7 Mile beach to this great snorkeling site. Chunks of porous coral sit in intervals on the sandy bottom making a haven for juvenile fish of all kinds. On a good day you can catch a nurse shark sleeping under one of these independent bluffs.

Victoria's Secret

Victoria's Secret

Grand Cayman
Category Location
  • - Snorkeling
  • - Scuba Diving
  • - Seven Mile Beach
Depth Coordinates
30ft 19.35578, -81.39528

A west side shallow boat dive the top of Victoria’s secret is at 20’ and descends to 50’ amongst the coral fingers. This site sprawls across the ocean floor with jutting pinnacles and narrow valleys concealing arrow crabs and the occasional moray. It’s a less vibrant area than some other west side sites but still makes for an interesting dive.

Smith's Cove

Smith's Cove

Grand Cayman
Category Location
  • - Snorkeling
  • - Scuba Diving
  • - Shore Diving
  • - George Town
Depth Coordinates
32ft 19.27576, -81.39318

A local hot spot, Smith Cove is a great beach location for snorkeling, barbecueing, or just hanging out in the sun. Walk right into the water from the beach and head left or right for shallow mounds of coral. Most of the year this west side area is protected from the weather making it calm and swimmable nearly every day.

Old Issacs

Old Issacs

Grand Cayman
Category Location
  • - Snorkeling
  • - Scuba Diving
  • - East End
Depth Coordinates
30ft 19.2953, -81.39318

An east end dive, Old Isaac’s has a pronounced miniwall and large stands of elkhorn coral. Hogfish and stingrays are a common site here and eels are often under the many over hangs. There is one tight solitary swimthrough that leads you close to the mooring pin which is a good way to loop back to your start.

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