Cayman Brac's Scuba Diving

Cayman Brac is an island that is part of the Cayman Islands. It lies in the Caribbean Sea.  Its terrain is the most prominent due to "The Bluff", a limestone outcrop that rises steadily along the length of the island and turns into a cliff on the Eastern part of the island. The underwater landscape consists of numerous coral reefs. Local waters swarm with fish and crustaceans. There is also a marine turtle farm, so they are a credible sighting. The main highlights here are the sunken ships, which are covered with seaweed and give shelter to underwater inhabitants. There are exciting diving tours, for example, to the purposely flooded Russian ship Captain Keith Tibbetts.

Getting There

Cayman Brac is only 143 km away from Grand Cayman International Airport. However, Cayman Brac has a domestic airport. So, there is only one way to get here, by plane.

Forecast

The climate in Cayman Brac is suitable for dives year-round, except for the rainy season which usually lasts from May to November. The most comfortable period is from December to April when the air temperature reaches +27-28 ° C, and the water warms up to +27 ° C. The hottest months are July and August (air temperature reaches +31 °C, and water is +30 °C).

Dive Spots near Cayman Brac

Wrecks are the main dive sites of Cayman Brac. A must-see when diving here is the purposely sunk Captain Keith Tibbetts. It is a 100m Russian Koni-class frigate that lies at a depth of 25-30 meters. However, there are also other wrecks to explore. You can dive along the wall "Wilderness" and explore the Peter's Cave.

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