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Cayman Island Tourism Association P.O. Box 31086 1320 West Bay Road Grand Cayman KY1-1205 Cayman Island
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    Turtle Reef

    Turtle Reef

    Grand Cayman
    Category Location
    • - Snorkeling
    • - Recreational Dive Sites
    • - West Bay
    Depth Coordinates
    20ft 19.38275, -81.41663

    Among the best shore sites for both scuba diving and snorkeling, climb down Macabuca’s ladder watched by interested restaurant patrons and into the sheltered entrance to the site. If you’re dive certified this is a fantastic night dive with octopus coming out of their slumber and coral extending its polyps for a unique experience.

    Spanish Anchor

    Spanish Anchor

    Grand Cayman
    Category Location
    • - Snorkeling
    • - Scuba Diving
    • - Seven Mile Beach
    Depth Coordinates
    40ft 19.3529, -81.41663

    A Spanish anchor from the 16th century does sit buried in coral on this shallow site. Difficult to spot, look for the three yellow tube sponges sitting atop the anchor and the worn rusty spot where divers have been touching the anchor for years. It’s been said that rubbing this rust on your forehead brings good luck!

    Marin's Playground

    Marin's Playground

    Grand Cayman
    Category Location
    • - Snorkeling
    • - Scuba Diving
    • - South Sound
    Depth Coordinates
    25ft 19.2675, -81.3508

    Large sandy patches separate Merin’s Playground’s coral fingers with miniwalls dropping to either side. Circle around the fingers as if you were tracing a giant hand and skim over the tops as you return to the boat. Grand Cayman’s submarine tour may cruise by overhead so make sure to wave at the leisurely tourists.

    Old Issacs

    Old Issacs

    Grand Cayman
    Category Location
    • - Snorkeling
    • - Scuba Diving
    • - East End
    Depth Coordinates
    30ft 19.2953, -81.3508

    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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