Cayman University Divers operated our first dive charter in July of 2012. Since then we have been taking individuals, couples and entire families on amazing adventures below the crystal blue seas off Grand Cayman Island. Cayman's spectacular walls, shallow reefs and wrecks are among the best anywhere.
We limit our trips to 6 divers so each outing is like being on a private charter.
We offer Underwater Narration on all dives at no additional charge. Just point at a fish and we will tell you what it is.
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This dive shop in Grand Cayman provides a personalized dive experience led by a dedicated and knowledgeable crew and at a maximum of only 6 divers. They provide a full valet service from setting up the gear to washing it and packing it, and their resident marine biologist is always eager to fill divers in on what all the little critters are doing on dives.
They offer a full range of scuba instruction as well as specialty snorkel trips, sunset cruises, Stingray City trips and private charters.
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What makes them different:
-they are now taking a MAXIMUM of SIX divers – No cattle boats!
- Staff with over 30 years experience in Cayman
- Beach pick up
- Free equipment wash and storage
- Unlimited bottom time
- Buddy team diving welcome
- Later start. No battling for dive sites, they are usually all free!
- PADI certified instructors and small classes
- 80 CF tanks
- Night Dives
- Amazing private charters
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Don Foster's Dive was established in 1982 and is one of the island's most respected dive operations. Their waterfront location features spectacular shore diving or snorkeling opportunities and is adjacent to Devil's Grotto, one of Grand Cayman's most famous shore dives.
With their fleet of 6 spacious boats, they offer daily 2 tank dives, 1 tank dives, Kittiwake wreck dives, Stingray City dives and fantastic guided night dives from shore to their house reef, Casuarina Point. Their expanded retail shop offers drinks, snacks, souvenirs, and t-shirts with full dive equipment rental. Instruction available from Introductory Scuba courses to full Open Water Dive up to Divemaster certification.
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The Lobster Pot Dive center on Grand Cayman is an authorized PADI 5 Star Dive Resort with a 5 star reputation.
Together with their partners, DEEP BLUE DIVERS and WALL TO WALL DIVING, they offer PADI dive courses, morning and afternoon boat dive trips to Grand Cayman’s famous wall, the wreck of the EX-USS KITTIWAKE and STINGRAY CITY, shore diving, night diving, snorkeling and dive & snorkel EQUIPMENT RENTALS.
The Lobster Pot Dive Center is stocked with clothing, gifts and souvenirs to satisfy all shopping needs from basic dive essentials such as masks, fins, snorkels, dry bags and dive accessories to sunglasses, beach towels, postcards, sunscreen, pirate paraphernalia and more.
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Launched in 1983, Eden Rock Diving Center is a full service diving center dedicated to a fun and safe experience diving or snorkeling two of Grand Cayman best shallow reefs Eden Rock and Devil's Grotto. Eden Rock and Devil's Grotto two of Cayman most interesting reefs riddled with tunnels, caverns and grotto's, illuminated by rays of sunlight that stream in from skylights. Only a short swim from shore, divers will descend at the buoys to a maze of tunnels where big Tarpon and Barracuda like to hide. Parrot Fish, Sargent Majors, Yellow Tail Snappers, Turtles and an occasional Stingray are among the surprises that await divers.
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Happy Fish Divers Specializes in Teaching. They are qualified to teach Discover Scuba Diving all the way through Divemaster. Their instructors are some of the best on Grand Cayman and are very personable and professional. They do most of their teaching at Turtle Reef. Turtle Reef is a very calm shallow cove where they can do all of their confined water training and then a short swim away is the reef itself.