Anchor Wall: Located on the south side of the island off Dennis Point, this
wall dive is considered intermediate level. Don't miss the anchor of an old
Spanish galleon; it marks the entrance to a tunnel leading to a vertical
wall that drops into the deep blue abyss.
Charlie ' s Reef: On the north side of the island near Cotton Tree Bay, this
20- to 60-foot dive is a favorite with beginners and is named for a green
Inside Out: This wall dive off South East Bay is a favorite with beginners
because of its shallow (15 to 50 feet) depth. With coral heads, a tunnel, and
plenty of marine life, it's a good choice for anyone.
Radar Reef: Off Half Way Ground on the island's north side, this shallow
dive can be reached from shore and is a favorite for night diving. Look for
East Chute: This all-level dive, on the north side of the island in White
Bay, has something for everyone. Wreck divers will find the remains of a
65-foot vessel in its waters; those looking for spectacular formations will
find canyons and tunnels.
Rock Monster Chimney: Located off the island's south side, this 66- to
100-foot dive has a sharp drop-off dotted with sea caves.
Brac Aquatics Ltd .,
800-544-BRAC, 345-948-1429. For over 20 years
this operator has offered dives for all levels. Three dives are run daily with
a 14-diver maximum. PADI and NAUI affiliated. There's also a photo cen-
ter with camera rentals, film processing, and video post-production services.
Dive Tiara ,
800-661-DIVE. This PADI 5-star dive and photo center
leads visits to over 50 sites on Cayman Brac and neighboring Little
Cayman. Located at the Divi Tiara Beach Resort, it also offers photo and
video camera rentals. PADI, NAUI, SSI, and NASDS affiliated.
Reef Divers ,
800-327-3835, 345-948-1642, www.bracreef.com. At Brac
Reef Beach Resort, this dive service includes a full photo and video center.
Three dives daily; 20-person maximum. PADI, NAUI, SSI, and NASDS
Village Scuba School ,
345-948-1497, e-mail email@example.com. This
PADI affiliate offers advanced certification courses as well as resort
The wreck of the MV Captain Keith Tibbets can be enjoyed by snor-
kelers, as it is located just a short swim off shore. The wreck sits in 50-100