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This 300 pound Loggerhead turtle spent nearly 20 years exploring the worlds oceans before returning to her natal beach, just feet from where she first crawled from the sand to see water for the first time. Now, she returns to Grand Cayman every two or three years, leaving behind her eggs, giving life to the next generation of these amazing ocean explorers.

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This 300 pound Loggerhead turtle spent nearly 20 years exploring the worlds

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06/21/2017 at 12:01. Facebook
Diving with southern stingrays at stingray city is always a treat, but seeing them swimming along the edge of the wall is really something special. We found this girl cruising the drop off at Leslie's Curl!
Diving with southern stingrays at stingray city is always a treat but

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Linda Beesley
Tod Einz
Rick Neumann
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06/18/2017. Facebook
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.

John F. Kennedy
We are tied to the ocean And when we go back to

Doc Poulson Wreck | Scuba Diving in West Bay | iDive Cayman

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Don Di Salle
Pirjo Jalo
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06/15/2017. 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.
Have you ever been fortunate enough to swim through a school of Silversides?
The summer months bring something truly unique to the tunnels reefs and

Eden Rock | Scuba Diving in George Town | iDive Cayman

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Tom Parker
Ronald Harris
Darryl Pauley
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06/12/2017. 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?
Many of Grand Caymans most requested dive sites have tunnels ledges or

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

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Ronald Harris
Jeri Enright Bennett
Vic Chamoun
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06/08/2017. 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?
Did you know that spotted eagle rays develop ovoviviparously This means that

Lemon Wall | Scuba Diving in North Side | iDive Cayman

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Gail Doug Losee
Jim Kapner
Dan Wilson
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06/05/2017. Facebook
Prior to the sinking of the Ex USS Kittiwake, Grand Cayman's go-to wreck site was the Oro Verde. Sank by diving legend Kem Jackson in September 1980, this sprawling debris field has become home to some very interesting creatures. Eagle rays, turtles, and sharks can be seen swimming around this popular dive site most any time of day.

What year did you first dive the wreck of the Oro Verde?
Prior to the sinking of the Ex USS Kittiwake Grand Caymans goto

Oro Verde | Scuba Diving in George Town | iDive Cayman

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Roger Boucher
Ed Stryczek
Greg Serack
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06/02/2017. Facebook
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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The Cayman Islands are outcrops of the Cayman Ridge a submarine mountain

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Richard Zepeda
Laurie Hansen
Rick Terry
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05/30/2017. Facebook
Did you know that Blue Tangs and other grazing fish are some of the most important fish in the entire sea. These colorful fish are very important to the life-cycle of our reef because they eat algae which prevents the coral from suffocating. Coral reefs provide homes and food for around one quarter of all ocean species, even though they cover less than 1 percent of the Earth!

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Did you know that Blue Tangs and other grazing fish are some

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Julie Ann Parker
Barbara Slattery Manenty
Will Adams
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05/27/2017. 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.

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The summer months bring something truly unique to the tunnels reefs and

Eden Rock | Scuba Diving in George Town | iDive Cayman

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Sean Michael
Bob Owen
Stephanie Holmes
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05/24/2017. Facebook
Before the sinking, the Ex USS Kittiwake was thoroughly prepared for her new life as an underwater attraction. Part of this process included cutting massive holes in her port and starboard sides. These holes, along with many others, allow light to creep in, giving this massive ship her own internal natural light.
Have you ever dived inside a sunken ship?
Before the sinking the Ex USS Kittiwake was thoroughly prepared for her

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

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John Woods
Sharon Graves
Kelli Schiess Holman
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05/22/2017. Facebook
Porcupine fish make me smile:-)

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Kris Mccullar
Glen Dauphin
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05/19/2017. Facebook
Taking advantage of high frame rates offered by today's modern digital cameras might just change the way you think about lighting your underwater image.
Do you use video lights for still photography?
Taking advantage of high frame rates offered by todays modern digital cameras

Video Lights vs Underwater Strobes | Cayman Islands Diving | Underwater Photography

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05/16/2017. Facebook
Equalization problems can affect even the most experienced professional diver. Not to worry, DIVE.in - online Scuba Diving Magazine and Divers Alert Network teamed up to make this simple info-graphic to help us all practice proper equalization techniques.
Great work guys!
Equalization problems can affect even the most experienced professional diver Not to

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Chris George
Holly Kristen
Rob Pasqual
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05/15/2017. Facebook
Check out Tarpon Alley, one of our favorite north wall sites!

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Tom Campbell
Dom Leake
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05/13/2017. Facebook
Pinnacles are vertical coral structures made up of many types of hard and soft corals. These amazing towers of life are typically found in areas where current is abundant. Adorned in colorful sponges and delicate gorgonians, these sites offer structure and habitat to some of our most photogenic creatures.

Check out Ghost Mountain, one of our favorite pinnacle sites!
Pinnacles are vertical coral structures made up of many types of hard

Ghost Mountain | Scuba Diving in North West | iDive Cayman

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Joan Hoeck
Sandra Wayne Dew
Ian Porter
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05/10/2017. 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 hanging around Killer Pillar.

Have you ever been diving with a Goliath Grouper?
Did you know that the critically endangered Goliath Grouper can grow up

Killer Pillar | Scuba Diving in Seven Mile Beach | iDive Cayman

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John Cosgrove
Darryl Pauley
Steven Reiser
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05/07/2017. Facebook
This might be the most exciting 15 foot dive site on planet earth!

Have you ever visited Stingray City?
This might be the most exciting 15 foot dive site on planet earth
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Lisa Reichert
Anthony Rodgers