Neptune’s Divers Ltd
P.O. Box 30520 S.M.B
Grand Cayman B.W.I.
Phone (345) 945-3990
Fax (345) 949-6444

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Scuba Diving Cayman Islands 365

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Did you know that there are over 365 dive sites on all 3 of the Cayman Islands… which means you can scuba dive the Cayman Islands every day of the year and not repeat the same dive site twice!

Cayman scuba diving with turtles

This year we have seen an large amount of mating sea turtles scuba diving in Cayman! We hope that means more turtles to dive with next year!mating turtles 22

Scuba Diving Grand Cayman

Winter, Summer, Spring and Fall ~ the scuba diving in Grand Cayman is spectacular! Enjoy our West And North Walls in the Spring and Summer months. Winter brings on some of our great South Side swim throughs. And Fall? We can hit all sides of the island!180512_1

Scuba diving Grand Cayman’s North Wall in March

The weather has been good to us in 2014! We have been able to scuba dive Grand Cayman’s North Wall both in February and March!

Scuba Diving Grand Cayman at Sting Ray City

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Come scuba dive Grand Cayman’s World Famous Sting Ray City with us! The most exciting 12 foot dive you’ll ever do!

Diving Grand Cayman with a friendly nurse shark called Finn

Our divers have been enjoying meeting up with a friendly nurse shark called Finn who has been hanging out on the West Side of Grand Cayman. Come scuba dive with Neptune’s Divers and have a close encounter with Finn!

Cayman’s Original 8 Divers Scuba Operation Turns 20!

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Happy Birthday to us! Neptune’s Divers Cayman Ltd, Cayman’s Original 8 divers Max and best on the island, turned 20 years old this month! 20 years of adventure scuba diving the beautiful waters of the Cayman Islands… can’t wait for the next 20!

Scuba diving Grand Cayman with Jawfish video

During this time of year when scuba diving the reefs of Grand Cayman we see many Jawfish fathers tenderly caring for their young in their mouths.

Grand Cayman Scuba Creature Feature Dec 2013

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Green Moray Eels are a fairly common sighting here while you are scuba diving in Grand Cayman. They are primarily nocturnal critters but we do see them occasionally out free swimming on our reefs and walls during the day. The mostly spend their days sleeping and venture out at night to hunt.

You CAN see seahorses scuba diving the Cayman Islands!

Although relatively rare, if you search closely, you can see seahorses when you scuba dive in the Cayman Islands. They are very good at camouflage so take your time and you may get lucky!