It has been said that if you learn to ski in the North East US you can pretty much ski anywhere and anything. I am inclined to think scuba diving is very similar. After learning to dive off Cape Ann, MA this winter in a dry suit I completed my first dives in Grand Cayman and what an incredible experience is was. over 3 days I dived Chelonia Wall, Neptune’s Wall, Bolero, Holiday Inn Drop, the USS Kittiwake and Wall Street. All are located on the west side of the island off 7 Mile Beach.
Thanks to all the fine folk of the Metro West Dive Club and MASS Diving for encouragement, tutalage keeping me on the straight and narrow. Ambassador Divers did a phenomenal job and their team was great to work with. They are right next to the Grand Cayman Marriott which was awesome and we’d stay there again in a heartbeat. Their services was some of the best we’ve had anywhere.
I’ll let these very modest images do the talking. Nothing fancy this time out. Just a SeaLife Micro 2.0 and 2 SeaDragon 2500 lights. Key is to select the dive setting but keep white balance adjusted to Daylight, when using lights for close-ups since the lights are balanced at 5,200 Kelvin.