The waters of Cayman Brac have preserved that elusive tranquility and natural island getaway charm many search for all over the world. An enchanting world away from Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac diving features an eco-tourism paradise for divers and nature-lovers. Its legendary walls and breathtaking marine life have thrilled many of the world’s most famous underwater photographers for decades.
With more than fifty dive sites, Cayman Brac’s undersea treasures are vast. On this vibrantly forested island, you’ll find the only Russian warship in the Western Hemisphere available to divers, the MV Capt. Keith Tibbets. This magnificent artificial reef was sunk in 1996. The ship is penetrable from several spots. A favorite dive wreck of many experienced divers, this Cayman Brac dive site features parts in shallower waters so divers of several levels can experience this site.
In addition, Cayman Brac has 11 sites reachable by shore. Check out this dive site map for Cayman Brac.
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Hints & Tips
- There are plenty of other things to do when not diving. Try hiking, exploring the caves or playing dominoes with the residents.
- The Brac has a range of depths to ensure advanced and begining divers enjoy the experience.
- The Capt. Keith Tibbetts wreck depth ranges from 50 ft - 110 ft.