Located in the southwestern caribbean, Grand Cayman is the largest island of the three Cayman Islands. Rising from depths as deep as 23 thousand feet, Grand Cayman is a pinnacle surrounded by nothing but blue clear water. This is one of many factors that makes diving Grand Cayman so spectacular. The deep walls of Grand Cayman typically start around 55 feet with the shallow reefs starting in as little as 10 feet of water. While there are a few wall dives accessible from shore, the majority of deep Grand Cayman dive sites are only reachable by boat. Exploring the deep walls and shallow reefs of Grand Cayman is made easy by a public mooring system. All of our dive sites Cayman Islands are marked by mooring lines, making for easy controlled ascents and descents. Ambassador Divers runs two dive trips daily. Most days are started by a deep wall dive followed by a shallow reef or wreck. Our afternoons are usually two shallow sites in less than 60 feet of water, however we do accommodate special requests.
A coral garden formed by a sea mount with a ravine and many fissures! Blue Chromis schools and purple creole wrasse swim by the colourful sponges.BOOK NOW Read More
Yes there is actually a Spanish Anchor here! You will see that there has been a piece removed from the ring to carbon date the anchor and it is in fact a legitimate Galleon anchor! We like to rub a bare spot for good luck.BOOK NOW Read More
A lovely deep pinnacle suited to more advanced divers as the mooring pin here is at 70 feet. Big green moray eels have been spotted at the top of the pinnacle and robust corals and sponge life abounds!BOOK NOW Read More
Definitely a favourite and aptly named! A dazzling array of soft corals, swim-throughs and abundant reef fish make this site a much-loved location. Nice and shallow for new divers with so much to see advanced divers will love it too!BOOK NOW Read More
Just like your fish tank at home only better! Wildlife is ample as you cruise the coral fingers viewing a real life aquarium. Great for all levels!BOOK NOW Read More
The Wreck of the Pallas can be viewed from the surface where she ran afoul of the barrier reef of South Sound. Dramatic coral fingers extend seaward home to rich soft coral and fish life.BOOK NOW Read More