ing to solve a “murder” on board. Unlimited hors d'oeuvres as well
as beer, wine, and rum punch are available throughout the eve-
ning. These tours are priced at $43.75; call
As home of the Caribbean's oldest underwater photography school (Cathy
Church's), Grand Cayman draws beginning and advanced underwater
photographers. Stop in at any of these shops to rent underwater camera
equipment, take lessons, or to have your shots developed. Many dive shops
also offer camera rentals.
Cathy Church ' s Underwater Photo Centre , Sunset House Hotel,
South Church Street and Coconut Place on West Bay Road,
7415, fax 345-949-9770, www.cathychurch.com. One of the Caribbean's
best known underwater photographers, Cathy Church, operates Cathy
Church's Underwater Photo Centre at Sunset House Resort in George
Town. Classes, rentals, and processing services are available.
Divers Supply , West Shore Centre on West Bay Road,
Don Foster's Ocean Photo , Seven Mile Beach,
Fisheye Photographic Services , Cayman Falls on West Bay Road,
345-945-4209, fax 345-945-4208, www.fisheye.com.
Brac Aquatics Dive and Photo Centre , Brac Caribbean Beach Village,
800-544-2722 or 345-948-1429.
Reef Photo Video Center , Brac Reef Beach Resort,
Photo Tiara , Divi Tiara Beach Resort,
Reef Photo & Video Centre , Little Cayman Beach Resort,
1033, fax 345-948-1040.
If you're not ready to gear up with the full under-
water photography outfit, at least buy a dispos-
able underwater camera. These generally work
to a depth of 15 feet and are perfect for capturing
memories of snorkel trips, Stingray City, and the
underwater beauty of the Cayman Islands.