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Scuba diving in Grand Cayman is legendary

Posted by on Oct 28, 2016 in Daily Dive | 0 comments

  Scuba diving in Grand Cayman is legendary. From the crystal clear and warm water to the dense fish filled reefs to the majestic wall drop offs, Grand Cayman scuba diving has it all.   So why dive it with Neptune’s Divers Cayman? Well, for one, we have a combined 45 years of experience diving the waters of Grand Cayman! Also, we keep our groups small and personal only taking out 8 divers max per trip ~ you are diving with friends, not just a number on a cattle boat. Not to mention that we know the walls and reefs better than our own...

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Tripadvisor Review ~ Awesome Again!

Posted by on Oct 25, 2016 in Daily Dive | 0 comments

Tripadvisor Review   ““Awesome Again ! “” Once again my husband and I returned to Neptune’s Divers Cayman for what seems like a annual fall trip to Grand Cayman. Love to dive with Casey,she and Jon,( the newbie )treated us great,from pick up at our condo to drop off after a 2 tank dives every morning.We traveled with a couple of snorkelers, asked if it would be ok if they came with us,as it was slow season, just us and 1 other diver Casey said no problem.They got to see what we were always talking about,how much fun it is to...

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Scuba Diving Grand Cayman without a crowd!

Posted by on Feb 23, 2016 in Daily Dive | 0 comments

Why dive in a crowd? If you want to experience the best of Grand Cayman scuba diving, experience it with Neptune’s Divers! Although our boats can hold 12 divers or more, we chose to keep the groups small with no more than 8 divers per trip. Experience Cayman diving in a more relaxed and personal way. You’ll see why such a large amount of our divers are repeat customers coming back time and time...

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Scuba diving in Cayman is beautiful and easy!

Posted by on Feb 7, 2016 in Daily Dive | 0 comments

Scuba diving in Cayman is beautiful and easy!

  Scuba diving in Grand Cayman is not only beautiful, but easy… even easier than snorkeling! Yet folks are still anxious about taking that first step to breathing underwater and seeing the beauty of Cayman’s undersea beauty. In order to encourage the growth of the sport and to change existing misconceptions it is time to release more facts about scuba diving and thus dispelling the old myths. Only good swimmers can dive Good news, you don’t have to be a keen swimmer to learn to dive . In fact, I have done introduction...

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“Best Dive Company we have ever dove with” ~ Tripadvisor

Posted by on Jan 20, 2016 in Daily Dive | 0 comments

“Best Dive Company we have ever dove with” ~ Tripadvisor

“Best Dive Company we have ever dove with”   We dove our first day with RedSail Sports because it was our first time in Grand Cayman and weren’t sure where to go. So we dove 2 tanks with them ~ they were good to dive with also. But after our condo’s office told us  about Neptune’s Divers we looked at their prices and they were way better than the competition.  Carol, Niall and Casey were all great.  They let us leave all our gear on the boat and they stored it for us and each day when we would get picked back up and get on...

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Another Great Dive in Grand Cayman ~ Tripadvisor

Posted by on Dec 6, 2015 in Daily Dive | 0 comments

Another Great Dive in Grand Cayman ~ Tripadvisor

“Another Great Dive in Grand Cayman” My husband and I just returned from another wonderful dive with Neptune Divers in Grand Cayman. This was the third time we have dived with this boutique operation and we have been completely satisfied each time. As usual we arrived on a cruise ship with a limited schedule but Casey easily fit our dives to our schedule. Neptune never takes more than eight divers on a trip and this time we had only one other diver. We met Casey after a quick taxi ride down Seven Mile Beach but she was able to drive us...

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Scuba Diving in the Cayman Islands

Posted by on Dec 3, 2015 in Daily Dive | 0 comments

Scuba Diving in the Cayman Islands

  Cayman Islands The Cayman Islands’ three world-class dive destinations have attracted scuba divers since scuba diving was invented. Known for amazing wall dives, beautiful coral reefs and visibility that often seems infinite, the Cayman Islands offer some of the best scuba diving in the Caribbean. Of the three islands, Grand Cayman is the most visited by scuba divers. Grand Cayman’s North Wall plunges deeper than 1800 metres/6000 feet and offers beautiful wall diving with opportunities to see spotted eagle rays and sea turtles....

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Tripadvisor “Casey & Neptune’s Divers – will never dive with anyone else!”

Posted by on Nov 30, 2015 in Daily Dive | 0 comments

Tripadvisor “Casey & Neptune’s Divers – will never dive with anyone else!”

“Casey & Neptune – will never dive with anyone else!” Reviewed October 23, 2015 I have been coming to Grand Cayman for many years. Each and every time our only choice is Neptune Divers.   with but hang out with as a friend....

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7 Reasons to be Thankful for Being a Diver

Posted by on Nov 27, 2015 in Daily Dive | 0 comments

7 Reasons to be Thankful for Being a Diver

Posted by Emily Krak Dear Diving, Thank you for making us feel tiny, humbled, inspired, and free… all at once! Tis’ the season of gratitude, and we can’t express enough for diving. The Thanksgiving holiday has us reflecting on this incredible sport—a sport that brings so many people together and invokes wonder in anyone that slips beneath the surface. Here are seven reasons to be thankful to be a diver:   You get to explore and travel the world As a diver, the world is your oyster. With water covering more than 71 percent of the planet,...

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Invasive Lionfish in Cayman

Posted by on Nov 20, 2015 in Creature Feature, Daily Dive | 0 comments

Invasive Lionfish in Cayman

  In February 2008 a juvenile Red Lionfish was removed from a dive site in Little Cayman and since then many others have been removed from Grand Cayman, Little Cayman and Cayman Brac. While it may seem exciting to see this fish on a dive it is quite disturbing when you realize that this species was only supposed to be found in the Indian and Pacific Oceans. So what’s it doing in the Atlantic Ocean? While no one knows exactly how they arrived in the Atlantic, the most accepted method is the accidental or intentional release of aquarium...

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