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If you are ever in the area of Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND DiveTech as a dive operator choice.  It’s a top shelf operation with really good people running the show.  They run ScubaPro rental equipment and even have lovely accommodations for rent.  My family and I had a super terrific time diving with the DiveTech crew.  Nice facilities, nice boat, great people.  It was a slam dunk decision for us to choose this operator for most of our diving while on Grand Cayman.  The costs were reasonable as well.  All of our SaltyDogs.com crew had a great time!  Check out some of our pictures…  Fun times!!!  Photos taken with SeaLife Micro 2.0 and SeaDragon 2500.  The SeaLife Micro 2.0 housing leaked on a 65 feet dive, I would NOT recommend the camera to anybody.

DiveTech, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

-saltydog@sd

 

Guardian Of The Reef

Everything’s OKAY!

Green Moray Eel

These dive tattoos are EXCELLENT!  They stayed on throughout a bunch of dives before showing any wear.

DiveTech’s pretty pink dive boat.  🙂

 

 

 

Caradonna Dive Guide 2017

Check out Caradonna’s 2017 Dive Guide!  It’s a fantastic day-dreamer’s guide to paradise and diving fun.  I want two of everything listed.

Click here to view Caradonna Dive Guide 2017

 

Turtle photos taken by ScubaDo just off the west coast of Grand Cayman with a SeaLife Micro 2.0 and SeaDragon 2500 light before the SeaLife housing started leaking and taking on water.  Dive operator was DiveTech.

Flounder video, Grand Cayman

Here are some cool up close videos of a flounder off Grand Cayman.  Videos were shot with a SeaLife Micro 2.0 (before it leaked water into the housing) and SeaDragon 2500 light.  Dive operator was DiveTech.

 

Green Moray Eel signs modeling contract off Grand Cayman

When on a dive vacation, one needs to dive!  In my family’s case, we need to dive A LOT!  Both of my kids along with my lovely wife and myself enjoy the hell out of the whole dive experience.  It’s a ton of fun to actually go diving but, it’s also exciting to think about and prepare for the next day’s/week’s/vacation’s dive.  Kind of like SCUBA Christmas Eve, the night before every dive.  I just love it and it makes me smile wide when my dive crew gets excited about the upcoming awesomeness as well.  If you don’t yet dive or haven’t yet finished up your Open Water Certification, BY ALL MEANS, get your rump down to your local dive shop and sign up for or finish your dive classes.  Or you can do like my family did, (except for my wife, she’s been Advanced Open Water certified for many years, even since before she met me – one of the reasons I married her, how cool to meet a chick that’s already dive certified right?!) get your Open Water dive certification in a warm water location!  We did ours in Belize which took about three days total with book work, watching PADI learning videos and practical dive training.  I’m not much of a cold weather guy, let alone a cold water guy so, the Belize option was absolutely perfect in so many ways for my sensitivities and needs!  If you’ve ever wished you could just jump in the aquarium and swim around with all your new cool colorful fish friends, Scuba diving might just be your ticket to adventure.

The following pics were shot with a SeaLife Micro 2.0 camera and SeaDragon 2500 Light.

We went diving with Marie and Menno from DiveTech.  -Great dive operator and people!

-saltydog@sd

 

Another great dive off the west coast of Grand Cayman!  This green moray eel was modeling for our camera…

We took the pics but not the following video, great catch on the video guys!  Check out what a Moray can do, he sets his chopsticks down and then goes to work…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YqwD7D50YIM

Guardian Of The Reef on Grand Cayman

Guardian Of The Reef is a bronze statue that was sunk in about 65 feet of water just off the coast and is easily accessible as a shore dive from Divetech’s front yard on Grand Cayman.  In order to access the dive site from the shore, you have to start out in a man made ocean pool and then traverse a cut through the sea rocks out to the Caribbean Sea.  It’s a lot of fun to do and my family and I can’t wait to do it again!  Very very cool!

I’m in a hurry getting ready for a dive coming up in a couple of hours so, I’m being lazy and not including pics of the pool and cut that we used to enter the ocean on this shore dive.  Will include that later for sure.  Also, you’ll have to turn your head sideways in order to truly appreciate some of these pics.  Sorry for the picture formatting laziness/lack of time.  😉

Viz wasn’t that great on this dive as the ocean was a bit choppy but, how fun!  Check out the artist that made this statue, The Guardian of the Reef.  More later!

 

-saltydog

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