Diving & Snorkelling
Whether a complete beginner or a Dive Instructor, Cayman offers you a mixture of shallow, wall and wreck dives, making up almost 200 dive sites among the three Islands. Cayman Brac alone gives you about 70 or so to choose from.
On Cayman Brac, the biggest attraction for divers as well as snorkellers is the wreck of the 110 metre M/V Captain Keith Tibbetts, a Russian built Cuban naval frigate, which was purpose-sunk in 1996 off the island's Northwest coast.
Safety and marine conservation are key issues for diving in the Cayman Islands, so do not be surprised that the maximum sport diving limit of 36 metres applies to all operations.
There is exceptional snorkelling on a number of sites around Cayman Brac, whereas you might have to swim out a short distance to the reef to get to some of the better ones.