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The time zone for the Cayman Islands is US Eastern Standard Time (GMT - 5:00). We do not observe Daylight Saving Time. (See clock on the left)

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Don't forget to bring along your C-Cards or any proof of diver certification and a log book if you are a dive operation stamp collector.

We'd also like to remind you to double check your gear prior to departure, especially your dive computer battery.

Read our FAQ's for many more important reminders.


"...With just one glance I discovered that the sea is a city. Just below me, all around, unsuspected by me, were highways, boulevards, streets and roundabouts bustling with submarine traffic. In water that was dense, glassy and flecked by millions of lit-up specks of plankton, fish like trucks and buses and cars and bicycles and pedestrians were madly racing about, no doubt honking and hollering at each other. The predominant colour was green. At multiple depths, as far as I could see, there were evanescent trails of phosphorescent green bubbles, the wake of speeding fish. As soon as one trail faded, another appeared. These trails came from all directions and disappeared in all directions. They were like those time-exposure photographs you see of cities at night, with the long red streaks made by the tail lights of cars. Except that here the cars were driving above and under each other as if they were on interchanges that were stacked ten storeys high. And here the cars were the craziest colours... Only the sharks stubbornly refused to be colourful. But whatever the size or colour of a vehicle, one thing was constant: the furious driving. There were many collisions - all involving fatalities, I'm afraid - and a number of cars spun wildly out of control and collided against barriers, bursting above the surface of the water and splashing down in showers of luminescence. I gazed upon this urban hurly-burly like someone observing a city from a hot-air-balloon. It was a spectacle wondrous and awe-inspiring. This is surely what Tokyo must look like at rush hour..."

Yann Martel. Life of Pi. 2001

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