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The Cayman Islands are outcrops of the Cayman Ridge, a submarine mountain range extending west-southwest from the Sierra Maestra range in southeastern Cuba to the Misteriosa Bank near Belize. The vertical edge surrounding these islands attracts thrill seekers from far and wide. These steep reef structures drop down more than a mile in most areas, making the Cayman Islands one of the best...
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12/06/2016 at 12:00. Facebook
Commissioned in 1944 and launched into the American Naval Fleet in 1945, the Ex USS Kittiwake was a five deck submarine rescue vessel containing ninety-eight enlisted men with ten officers aboard. Decommissioned in September 1994, the Kittiwake made its way to the Grand Cayman in January of 2011, to be intentionally sunk. Within the ship you find ghostly sections like the captain’s quarters,...
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Ex USS Kittiwake | Scuba Diving in Seven Mile Beach | iDive Cayman

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12/05/2016 at 13:27. Facebook
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12/01/2016. Facebook
The damage to Eden Rock is much worse than first reported. The top of the reef plate has been ground into dust in some areas and large fractures can be found in many of the tunnels.
The damage extends from the drop off just west of the mooring and moves into the shallows, half way across the hard pan approaching Paradise Bar and Grill.

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Cargo Ship Devastates Eden Rock | Cayman Islands Diving | iDive Blog

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11/29/2016. Facebook
With more than 20 restaurants serving this invasive species, Grand Cayman has become the lionfish culinary capitol of the Caribbean.
This mild flavored, white flaky fish is quickly becoming a favorite dish in some of the islands most prestigious restaurants.

What's your favorite lionfish dish and where did you first try it?

Lionfish, and the Sweet Taste of Progress | Cayman Islands Diving | iDive Blog

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11/26/2016. Facebook
Did you know that spotted eagle rays develop ovoviviparously. This means that the the baby eagle rays start out as small eggs which hatch internally, feeding off a small yolk sac until the end of the pregnancy period which lasts about a year.
Eagle rays are often spotted cruising the edge of our north wall.

Have you ever been diving with these graceful creatures?

Black Forest North | Scuba Diving in North Sound | iDive Cayman

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11/23/2016. Facebook
Many of Grand Cayman's most requested dive sites have tunnels, ledges, or deep cracks leading out to the wall. Some large, some small.
How do you feel about swimming through overhead environments?

Trinity Caves | Scuba Diving in Seven Mile Beach | iDive Cayman

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11/20/2016. Facebook
Diving with sharks on the west side of Grand Cayman has become a daily occurrence. Dive-masters and visiting divers have started handling these graceful creatures as they pass by. Our thoughts on this behavior...
PLEASE STOP TOUCHING THE SHARKS!
What do you think about divers handling critters underwater?

In this video, the crew of Ambassador Divers demonstrates the proper restraint when...
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Jax Dax | Scuba Diving in George Town | iDive Cayman

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11/17/2016. Facebook
Prior to the sinking in January 2011, the Ex USS Kittiwake was made safe by removing entanglement hazards found throughout her many decks. This process also involved cutting openings along both sides, allowing ambient light to penetrate most areas of this 251ft beast. The Kittiwake is one of the few wrecks of this size you can actually film inside without the use of video lights.

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11/14/2016. Facebook
Of all the critters we've found exploring the Ex USS Kittiwake, this little Hawksbill might just be our favorite.

What's your favorite dive site for spotting turtles?
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11/11/2016. Facebook
Did you know that the critically endangered Goliath Grouper can grow up to 8 feet in length and weigh up to 790lbs!
We found this massive fellow wandering around the Doc Poulson.

Have you ever been diving with a Goliath Grouper?

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11/07/2016. Facebook
Sank in the early 1990's, the Doc Poulson has long been a favorite among underwater photographers and video enthusiasts alike. Wide angle or macro, strobes or ambient light, this wreck has something to offer even the most discerning photographer.
The video below was shot using both artificial and ambient light sources highlighting the unique and beautiful offerings of this delicate...
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Doc Poulson Wreck | Scuba Diving in West Bay | iDive Cayman

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11/03/2016. Facebook
While at rest, a moray will slowly open and close its jaws. At first glance, this looks like a “back off” warning to other creatures, but in reality, it’s anything but. Normal fish have bony gill covers on their sides. By constantly opening and shutting these, water is forced over the internal gill chamber, allowing the fish to breathe. Morays have no such covers, so they have to orally pump...
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Black Forest North | Scuba Diving in North Sound | iDive Cayman

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10/31/2016. Facebook
Many myths surround the Great Barracuda. Stories of barracudas frequently attacking people or attacking divers and snorkelers who wear shiny objects strike fear in the hearts of many. While large barracudas often approach divers closely, they pose little danger. These bold, inquisitive creatures really do get a bum rap.

Are you afraid of diving with barracudas?

Ex USS Kittiwake | Scuba Diving in Seven Mile Beach | iDive Cayman

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10/28/2016. Facebook
Commissioned in 1944 and launched into the American Naval Fleet in 1945, the Ex USS Kittiwake was a five deck submarine rescue vessel containing ninety-eight enlisted men with ten officers aboard. Decommissioned in September 1994, the Kittiwake made its way to the Grand Cayman in January of 2011, to be intentionally sunk. This massive wreck is now home to several schools of Horse Eye Jacks. A...
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10/24/2016. Facebook
Trinity Caves is without a doubt one of the most requested dive sites on Grand Cayman. Ambient light creeps through large cracks in the top of this ancient reef plate exposing wandering passageways and narrow channels. This dive site should be on your bucket list!

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Trinity Caves | Scuba Diving in Seven Mile Beach | iDive Cayman

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10/19/2016. Facebook
While making this video, I was reminded of a famous quote from the late John F. Kennedy- "We are tied to the ocean. And when we go back to the sea, whether it is to sail or to watch - we are going back from whence we came."
For many, scuba diving is therapeutic. It's a time to clear the mind of cluttered thoughts and focus on the beauty of the here and now.

Do you think diving can be...
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10/16/2016. Facebook
The summer months bring something truly unique to the tunnels, reefs, and wrecks of the Cayman Islands. Silversides! These tiny dwarf herring fill the empty over hangs and tunnels during the daylight hours creating one of mother natures most spectacular events.
As summer draws to an end and we look back at this epic gathering inside the Ex USS Kittiwake, all I can think is, I can't wait until...
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Ex USS Kittiwake | Scuba Diving in Seven Mile Beach | iDive Cayman

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10/13/2016. Facebook
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Did you know that hawksbill turtles are listed as Critically Endangered "facing an extremely high risk of extinction in the wild in the immediate future" by the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources.
We are very fortunate here in the Cayman Islands to be able to dive with these majestic creatures on a daily basis.

Where was your favorite turtle encounter?

Round Rock East | Scuba Diving in Seven Mile Beach | iDive Cayman

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