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The Cayman Islands are making waves


Millions of Atlantic silversides swarm into Grand Cayman’s reefs bringing drama and excitement
5th Annual event in Grand Cayman is a good place for all levels of underwater photographers to learn from the best in the dive business
Red Sail Sports Grand Cayman offers exciting adventures for families with both divers and non-divers who want to splash into fun this summer!
Since 1957 when the Cayman Islands was recognized as the Caribbean's birthplace of recreational diving, visitors have flocked here to enjoy the spectacular drop-offs and diverse dive experiences that have made Cayman a mecca for divers. Among them are well-known celebrities and dive industry pioneers who keep returning to the Cayman Islands year after year. In Cayman they find a convenient destination that offers incredible dive sites, top-notch dive services, world-class accommodations and restaurants, plus one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.
2013 Marks 10th Anniversary of Event that Draws “Silent Diving” Enthusiasts from Around the Globe
Sunset House, Grand Cayman’s Hotel for Divers, by Divers today announced that it has received a TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence award. The accolade, which honors hospitality excellence, is given only to establishments that consistently achieve outstanding traveler reviews on TripAdvisor, and is extended to qualifying businesses worldwide. Only the top-performing 10 percent of businesses listed on TripAdvisor receive this prestigious award.
Full-Immersion program in Grand Cayman just the start for Mark VI Rebreather revolution.
A live window into Cayman’s underwater world inspires tomorrow’s ocean heroes one fish at a time.
The official Cayman Islands Facebook page, @VisitCaymanIslands recently sat down with a paralympic athlete Ryan Chalmers as he prepared for an unprecedented feat. On Saturday, April 6, Ryan kicked off his 'Push Across America' in Los Angeles. Raising awareness and funds for Stay-Focused, a non-profit organisation providing disabled teens and young adults with motivating scuba dive programmes in the Cayman Islands, Chalmers will push his racing chair the equivalent of two to three marathons per day to complete his 71- day journey from Los Angeles to New York City.
Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (30 May, 2011)The Department of Tourism would like to congratulate Luigi Moxam and Kamala Murugesu on their selection as the hosts of the Department of Tourism’s You Tube video series.
Cayman Island Dive Operators are offering a special to help the Cayman Islands ‘manage’ the invasion of the red lionfish, by providing educedcourse fees to visitors and residents this fall. With recent approval from the Marine Conservation Board several months ago, Cayman’s dive operators are now able to teach the PADI Lionfish Tracker Distinctive Specialty course, and upon completion, guests receive the PADI c-card plus the local lionfish culling license.