Dive the Cayman Islands
Every year, growing numbers of divers and snorkelers venture in search of turquoise seas, fabulous coral walls, and mythically beautiful marine life. This stunning series provides: - Detailed coverage of the world's top diving destinations - Up-to-date information on individual dive sites - Valuable advice on techniques and equipment - Indispensable information for all levels of divers from novice to divemaster - Handy travel tips and guidance on the best local restaurants and accommodation - Gorgeous, full-color underwater photography - Useful area maps The Interlink Dive Guides are indispensable companions for anyone planning a trip to the world's most exciting and challenging dive sites.
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Access Airport anchor anemone angelfish barracuda barrel sponges black coral blennies Brae camera canyons Caribbean caves Cayman Airways Cayman Brac Cayman Islands Cayman waters Channel choppy colour Conditions coral growth coral heads coral pinnacles cruise current on inner Deep dive dive boat dive centres dive operators dive sites Double-pin mooring buoy East exposed fish fringing reef George Town Grand Cayman groove reef grouper gullies inner reef large coral large numbers Little Cayman lobster Location map page 129 map page 38 Maximum depth Minimum Moderate current night dive North Opposite outer reef parrotfish photographs pin mooring buoy protected reef crest reef system restaurants sand chute sea fans Seven Mile Beach Shallow dive sharks sheltered ships shrimp silversides Similar Single-pin mooring buoy snapper snorkelling species spur and groove Stingray City superb surface swim Tarpon toll free Tourism tunnels underwater Visibility over 25m Watersports Weather dependent West Bay Road wrasse wreck