Brac

Named for its 140-feet high rugged limestone bluff, the “Brac” island is a splendidly serene destination for Eco-enthusiasts, adventure seekers and nature lovers. Discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1503, this charming 14-square miles long Cayman island boasts the most dramatic scenery, exotic flora & fauna and a number of outdoor activities for you to enjoy including scuba diving, bonefishing, deep-sea angling, hiking, spelunking, and rock climbing.

Cayman Brac is the second largest island of this archipelago, and boasts the most grandiose topography. The island has its own specialties – from undersea walls, numerous caves that tempt exploration, to the most distinctive limestone bluff. Some of the caves that are visited by vacationers frequently include Rebecca's Cave, Skull Cave, Peter's Cave, Halfway Ground Cave and Great Cave. The island, which was once a haven for pirates, is now an incredible dive locale. The MV Captain Keith Tibbets, a Russian freighter which was deliberately sunk in 1996, serves as an excellent wreck dive site for scuba divers. There are preserved hiking trails in the Cayman Brac for hikers who wish to explore the island at their own pace.

So, whether you want to celebrate a special milestone of your life in the pristine surroundings of the Island of Brac or wish to indulge yourself in the solitude of the breathtaking scenery of this Cayman chain, experience the best of Brac on board our luxury yacht charters. Our private luxurious yachts in combination with our excellent service will definitely make your vacation in this incredible location a memorable one.

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