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west side of the island as the distance is too far. But the Manta ,
the largest day boat on the island, regularly travels to these spots
to do extended computer diving. For those who do not want to be
out all day, we still offer computer diving on our regular dive
boats so guests can maximize their bottom time, without spend-
ing additional money.
What sets your operation apart from others on the island?
One feature that sets us apart from almost every other hotel on
the island is that our boats leave from the hotel dock, and exciting
shore diving is available right in front of the hotel. So when people
read in our literature that shore diving is included in their dive
package, they know they can step out of their hotel room and be in
the water in minutes. It's so convenient.
What else do we offer? Towels on all our boats, drinking water,
fresh fruit between dives to freshen the palate, and some of the
most experienced dive instructors on the island. Sunset Divers'
staff are qualified to teach open-water certifications, advanced or
specialty ratings, as well as those divers wanting their instructor
rating. We can teach recreational instructors to become technical
We understand what divers want, and give it to them. We have 48
secure lockers so guests can store tanks and gear near the dive
area, and not have to carry it back and forth to their rooms. Our
outdoor bar and patio are set up to allow divers to dress in casual
attire (read bathing suits), to have lunch without having to worry
about dressing up or drying off; and they don't get cold as they
would in an air-conditioned restaurant. But if they want more for-
mal dining, we have the full-service Sea Harvest Restaurant on
the property.
For those divers who want to eat, sleep, and drink diving, the live-aboard
is a good choice. You'll be with others who share your interest, and you
won't waste time reaching dive sites; what seems like your personal yacht
just whisks you there.
Cayman Aggressor ,
800-348-2628 or 345-949-5551,
This George Town-based live-aboard has five professional staff members
and a maximum of 18 guests. In operation for 15 years, it is PADI, NAUI
and SSI affiliated and offers still- and video camera rentals. Divers enjoy
sites off all three islands. The cost is approximately $2,000 per person, per
Little Cayman Diver II ,
800-458-BRAC or 345-948-1429, www.little- Based off Little Cayman, this live-aboard accommo-
dates 10 passengers in five cabins, each with a private bath. PADI, NAUI,
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