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 Grand Cayman’s Famous North Wall


Summer is here which means the winds have calmed and we are back scuba diving Grand Cayman’s famous North Wall. Sheer dramatic drop off to 6000 feet with a great chance of seeing something larger such as HammerHead Sharks and Spotted Eagle Rays.

“Spring Love” and Diving in Grand Cayman

Spring Love Underwater

It’s Spring in Grand Cayman… and love is in the underwater world.

Grand Cayman Diving with Neptune’s Divers~ via mask camera

Silver Fiend’s awesome underwater video! Taken with his “spy” video camera in his mask!

Whale Shark diving in Grand Cayman March 2012

We had the great fortune of a visit from a 35 ft. Whale Shark this month! You never know what you’ll see scuba diving in Grand Cayman!

Scuba diving with a Manta Ray in Grand Cayman!


We had exciting dives when a huge Manta Ray showed up on the North and West Walls with us on Grand Cayman for 2 days in a row!

Diving Grand Cayman video from Feb 2012

A day in the life of diving Grand Cayman…. be sure to watch until the end for the hammerhead shark blip.

Diving with Yellowheaded Jawfish / Grand Cayman

While diving yesterday we came across this YellowHeaded Jawfish with his eggs. Yellowheaded Jawfish are prevalent in the sandy areas in the waters around Grand Cayman. They are mouthbrooders which means the male protects the eggs inside his mouth.

Ex USS Kittiwake wreck 1 year Anniversary

We had the pleasure of scuba diving on the Ex USS Kittiwake wreck on it’s 1 year anniversary of being sunk in Grand Cayman’s waters.

New Year’s Day diving with Neptune’s Divers in Grand Cayman


Starting the year right with our first 2 dives of 2012! Happy New Year to all of our Neptune’s Divers Cayman family of divers!

Anita and her “friends” at Sting Ray City

Anita, one of our dive master/guides, playing with the Sting Rays and Yellowtail Snappers at Sting Ray City.