Portfolio Category: Destinations/Scuba

USS Kittiwake

The wreck of the USS Kittiwake has become Grand Cayman's latest dive attraction. The dive site has been designated as a marine wildlife area for the use of snorkeling and scuba diving. The former submarine rescue vessel USS Kittiwake was purposely sunk in January 2011 to serve as a dive site for Cayman Islands, and…
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Sunset House

Grand Cayman offers several great shore diving opportunities which creates dive opportunities for those snorkelers and divers who choose to go out on the water without a boat. Located in Grand Cayman's George Town, the Sunset House is the ideal setting to experience shore diving and explore the underwater realm. The Sunset House attracts divers…
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Iron Shore Gardens

Located on the East End of Grand Cayman, Iron Shore Gardens is a great dive site for scuba, snorkelers and free swimmers. ‘Iron Shore’ is called so for its hard and rugged black limestone texture. This dive site features a mini-wall at a depth of 30 feet, which is decorated with amazing brain corals and…
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Doc Poulson

The Doc Poulson was purposely sunk in 1981 on the western part of Grand Cayman. The dive site has been named after doctor Doc Poulson who helped to set up the first hyperbaric chamber in Grand Cayman for treating decompression sickness. The wreck was originally a Japanese cable laying ship, and is now heavily encrusted…
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