Grand Cayman Dive Resorts An Updated Scuba Diving Guide 2023
Ocean Cabanas Dive Resort
Ocean Cabanas is the newest Dive Resort in Grand Cayman, completed in 2022 and fully operational today. Designed with Divers in mind, the resort offers seven fully equipped cabanas, including oceanfront two-bedroom and ocean-view one-bedroom options. Each cabana features king suites, Italian kitchens, living rooms, private outdoor spaces, and access to the resort’s pool. Guests enjoy amenities like flat-screen TVs, BBQ grills, scuba gear drying racks, and fully equipped kitchens. Ocean Cabanas prioritizes a diver-friendly experience in a picturesque location on the West Point of Grand Cayman where shore diving is unlimited and daily boat dives are scheduled in advance. Ocean Cabanas is owned and operated by Living the Dream Divers, the Most Awarded Scuba Diving Company in Grand Cayman.
Shore Diving Points: Ocean Cabanas is located on the same shore diving location as Guardian of the Reef, a 17ft tall underwater bronze sculpture, located in about 70 ft of water. This location also has two walls, a mini wall and a main wall.
Built in 1995, Compass Point Dive Resort on Grand Cayman offers a beachfront escape with a variety of accommodation options, including one and two-bedroom oceanfront condominiums. The resort features essential amenities in Building 3, including a Front Desk, Dive Shop, and Classroom, as well as a Dive Training Pool and the Eagle Rays Dive Bar & Grill in Building 4.Guests can relax by the Resort Style Swimming Pool, Jacuzzi Hot Tub, or beachfront shoreline with picnic areas and BBQ grills. Water activities are easily accessible from the Private Boat Dock, and the resort provides various amenities, including free Wi-Fi, HD cable TV, and complimentary use of kayaks and bicycles. Environmental sustainability is a priority, with features like solar heating, rainwater harvesting, and a linen re-use program in place.
Sunset House Dive Resort
Lighthouse Point Resort is not exactly a dive resort, built in 2007, there is a dive company operating on the premises. So, if you want to roll out of bed and go diving, this is one of the places in Grand Cayman where you can do that. Dive into the pristine waters of Northwest Point Marine Park, home to vibrant coral formations and a rich variety of marine life.
Eds Note: DiveTech, a dive operator, operates from the Lighthouse Point and the residences are above it and beside it. Its not a resort so you have to book them separately unless you go through the Dive Company, which can facilitate the booking for you. They can also facilitate quotes for you.
The last but not least is Cobalt Coast Dive Resort, but alas, they were sold and are not currently open. We will update this once the new buyers open their dive resort!
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