December 2, 2020

Shark sighting! Mark it down. Sharkloggers get to know Cayman Islands’ sharks to help protect them

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Dive operators assist Shark Conservation Cayman, a local and international initiative to understand and protect local shark population Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (April 23, 2018) – As they roam the reefs in their natural habitat, the resident sharks of the Cayman Islands, are being observed year-round and their actions are being recorded by a established […]

Cayman’s other sea critters

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CAYMAN BOTTOM TIMES: Beyond its famous Southern Stingrays, Cayman Offers Exciting Dive Experiences with Other Engaging Sea Critters Curious reef sharks, Spotted Eagle Rays, Sea Turtles, Green Morays, Tarpon, Squid, Octopus and other reef creatures populate stunning reefs and thrill divers Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (March 29, 2018) – Incredibly clear waters, striking reefs and […]

Grand Cayman’s Kittiwake Offers a Whole New Dive Experience in 2018

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Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (Oct 17, 2017) – The U.S.S. Kittiwake, Grand Cayman’s immensely popular shipwreck, is being shaped by the sea as it undergoes its natural life cycle in the shallow waters off Seven Mile Beach. Recent rough seas moved the wreck slightly, so the Kittiwake now leans on her port side and is […]

Cayman’s lesser-known sites

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Expanding Cayman’s Dive “Hit List” Dive leaders tout lesser-known sites: more choices for divers, stress relief for more popular sites Cayman Islands (Sept 20, 2017) – Trinity Caves, Orange Canyon, Big Tunnel and Tarpon Alley – dramatic wall dives on Cayman’s West side that have attained legendary status among visiting divers and helped cement Cayman’s […]

Women’s Dive Day

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Cayman Islands women pros and divers celebrate PADI Women’s Dive Day Women helping shape the future of the Caribbean’s top dive destination with a strong industry presence Grand Cayman – Saturday, July 15 was a regular work day for women dive professionals in the Cayman Islands, but on this day girls ruled and fun was […]

Celebrating Cayman Islands’ excellent dive tourism

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Industry employees and professionals recognized for their contributions at the 2017 Cayman Islands Tourism Association Stingray Awards Grand Cayman, July 5, 2017 – The dive industry workers who keep Cayman’s dive product at the top and make it a model for other destinations, were honored and recognized for their work at the 14th Annual Stingray […]

Cayman Islands’ great shore diving can add value to dive packages

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As one of the Caribbean’s top dive destinations, Cayman is renowned for fantastic wall dives, spectacular shipwrecks and unforgettable Stingray City, but avid divers know that Cayman’s shore diving sets it apart. Here they can maximize their bottom time and add value to dive package with easy shore diving. There are 365 dive sites on […]

Cayman Islands’ tourism industry honours outstanding work with Stingray Awards

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From Isla Public Relations Southern Cross Club’s Peter Hillenbrand Receives Lifetime Achievement Award George Town, Grand Cayman (July 5, 2016) – The Cayman Islands honored the best of the best in the tourism industry during the annual Stingray Awards gala in June. The awards were created by the Cayman Islands Tourism Association and the Cayman Islands […]

Cayman Islands’ Coral Nursery Programme launched with high hopes

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From Isla Public Relations Weeks after being set up, coral gardens showing great signs of growth; dive “gardeners” excited about progress Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, (June 13, 2016) – After only a few short weeks, hundreds of coral fragments hanging from “trees” made of PVC pipe in the shallow waters of Grand Cayman are showing […]

UPDATE: Another water related death (8th) in the Cayman Islands this year!

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From RCIPS Wed Apr 1 2015 6:11 PM It is with regret following the death of a 62 year old American national on Tuesday 31 March 2015 that RCIPS make the following statement and add clarity in the wake of a misinformed blog which appeared in the local media and has proven to be distressing […]