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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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    Barrier Reef

    Barrier Reef

    Grand Cayman
    Category Location
    • - Snorkeling
    • - North Side
    Coordinates
    19.37752, -81.30403

    Often done as part of stingray city trips the barrier reef is a lengthy wall of coral sweeping across the north sound entrance. Rising out of the water in some areas, twisting channels allow divers to swim through to the wall.

    Kittiwake (Payment Required)

    Kittiwake (Payment Required)

    Grand Cayman
    Category Location
    • - Snorkeling
    • - Scuba Diving
    • - West Bay
    Depth Coordinates
    55ft 19.3619, -81.30403

    Commissioned in 1944 and launched into the American Naval Fleet in 1945, the Ex USS Kittiwake was a five deck submarine rescue vessel containing ninety-eight enlisted men with ten officers aboard. Decommissioned in the late seventies, the Kittiwake made its way to the Grand Cayman in January of 2011, to be intentionally sunk.

    Spanish Anchor

    Spanish Anchor

    Grand Cayman
    Category Location
    • - Snorkeling
    • - Scuba Diving
    • - Seven Mile Beach
    Depth Coordinates
    40ft 19.3529, -81.39355

    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!

    Old Issacs

    Old Issacs

    Grand Cayman
    Category Location
    • - Snorkeling
    • - Scuba Diving
    • - East End
    Depth Coordinates
    30ft 19.2953, -81.39355

    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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      KITTIWAKE

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