Where we are diving
With its great visibility, colorful swim-throughs, and amazing shipwrecks, it’s no wonder the Cayman Islands are known as a world-class dive destination. The diverse array of underwater attractions makes Grand Cayman a great place for beginners and advanced divers. With over 200 dive sites, you’re bound to see a few sea turtles, nurse sharks, and stingrays.
Along the shallow sandbars in the North Sound of Grand Cayman lies Stingray City. At only 12 feet deep, this area is the ultimate spot to interact with friendly stingrays.
And don’t forget the infamous Amphitrite, a stunning 9-foot bronze mermaid statue, off the shore of the Resort. She serves as a popular attraction for divers and is totally Instagram-worthy!
We will be diving with Reef Divers. They provide personalized valet diver services so you can kick back and relax before your dive. They do all the heavy lifting and rinse, dry and store your BCD and regulator every day. Their divemasters are passionate about taking care of the marine environment and are focused on your safety while diving.
Registration closes soon!
Stephanie Maciejewski, Battle Creek Store Manager
Top reasons you should travel with me to Grand Cayman!
1. Stingray City- This is probably the most friendly and interactive stingrays you will ever meet!
2. USS Kittiwake ship- One of the best-known wreck dives in the Caribbean. This WWII submarine rescue ship found its final resting place in 2011 and is a must-see spot for divers.
3. Sunset House Resort- Sunset House was made for divers, by divers. It’s only a 15-minute walk from George Town and offers all the amenities a water lover could ask for.
4. George Town- George Town is the capital of the Cayman Islands and offers lots of shopping and delicious restaurants and cafes.
5. Beautiful beaches- The Cayman Islands have beaches that go on for miles. Its award-winning Seven Mile Beach is a key stop for travelers.
Where we are staying
Cobalt Coast Resort is a small resort with big resort amenities. With their on-site dive shop, you’ll have access to a large drying room for your scuba gear and shore dive rinse tank stations. And after a full day of diving, you can relax in the pool or hot tub, relax in lounge chairs, or sip a cocktail and watch the sunset.
Every day you’ll be treated to chef-prepared meals and served in an open-air dining area overlooking the Caribbean. The quiet resort is just a short ride from George Town and Seven Mile Beach.
Photo from Cobalt Coast Resort
- Double diver: $2,310
- Double non-diver: $2,040
- Single diver: $3,160
- Single non-diver: $2,890
- Double diver: $2,480
- Double non-diver: $2,210
- Single diver: $3,510
- Single non-diver: $3,240
- Double diver: $2,660
- Double non-diver: $2,390
- Single diver: $3,850
- Single non-diver: $3,580
Deposit and payments
- 1st deposit: $500 due upon sign up
- 2nd deposit: $750 due October 21, 2022
- Full balance: Due December 2, 2022
- Pre-trip meeting: January 15, 2023
- Prices are based upon double occupancy
- All payments are non-refundable
- Prices are subject to change due to events outside of our control
- 7 nights of accommodations
- Breakfast, lunch and dinner daily (dinner arrival day through breakfast departure day)
- 6 X 2-tank AM boat dives
- 5 x 1-tank PM boat dives
- Shore diving on resort’s house reef off the dock (weather permitting)
- Complimentary use of a dive computer
- Complimentary WiFi
- Welcome rum punch Manager’s cocktail reception
- Airport ground transfers
- Resort fees, taxes and gratuities
What’s not included
- Airfare (Diventures will assist)
- Alcoholic beverages
- Dive crew gratuity suggested $170
- Dive insurance (required)
- Travel insurance (highly recommended)
- Sealife Micro 3.0
- Mesh bag
- Safety sausage and reel
- Fish ID
What prior travelers say
Must be valid at least 6 months beyond the dates of trip.
Electricity on the Cayman Islands is 110-volt AC (60 cycles), so adapters or transformers are not required for U.S. appliances. Please turn off your television, lights, and Air Conditioning when not in use to help us conserve power!
The dress code is pretty casual, but you do need to wear a beach cover if you are walking around off the beach.
There is no need for visitors to exchange their US dollars into local currency. The US dollar is accepted throughout the islands. Major credit cards (with the exception of the Discover Card) and traveler’s checks are widely accepted.
English is the official language and the main spoken language heard in a variety of dialects. Spanish is frequently a second language.