Doc Poulson is a wreck dive site located on the northwestern coast of Grand Cayman. The ship was renamed "Doc Poulson" after Dr. John Poulson who opened the first hyperbaric chamber in the Cayman Islands.
The former Japanese cable-laying barge was turned into an artificial reef in 1991 and now sits in about 16 meters/55 feet of water. The 30-meter/100-foot long ship is now covered with coral and sponges, providing great photo opportunities.
Diving in Grand Cayman is possible all year round. The wreck is accessible for divers of all levels and visibility is very good.