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    There are two dive ops a very short distance from the dock. One is Eden Rock, just to the right and there is another one just to the left of the dock. Maybe 500 - 1000 feet away. Neptune picked us up when we came in on a cruise.

    Whatever op you choose, make sure you talk to or email them plenty before the trip. Make sure they know you are coming in on a ship, what ship, and what the scheduled times you will have in port. Find out about transportation to and from the shop. Arrange for any gear you may need to rent from them. Also find out about thier weather refund policy. It can be fine diving weather, but if its very choppy in port, the ships won't stop because you have to tender from the ship to the dock.
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    THANKS Fire Diver! I needed that info; that last line especially! Will do!

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    Call Indigo Divers first.

    Indigo Divers.

    Kate and Chris Alpers.

    c. 345 525 3932
    t. 345 946 7279
    w. www.indigodivers.com
    http://www.facebook.com/indigodivers.grandcayman


    I've dived several places in the Caribbean in the past two years and found these two do it best.

    No cattle car here, only personal attention.

    Either Kate or Chris will dive with you and take the time to point out lots you'd miss otherwise.

    Get there early so you'll know them before the first trip.

    But, you may want to call or e-mail first as they may be committed.
    Bill
    Arlington

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    Expect to pay more than you've budgeted for food also - it's really pricey there. Even in the stores if you plan to do some cooking.
    I was there a few months ago, and went to the grocery store for some night snacks. What a complete shocker that was! To give you an idea, Tropicana orange juice was $16.50US! I'm told that, especially fruit, are more expensive because they import most of the goods.

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    Almost every product in the Caymans must be imported. It is very difficult to dive there "on the cheap" as one can do, for example, in Bonaire, Cozumel, or Roatan.

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