Still windy conditions but diving Grand Cayman has never been more exciting. We have been diving the Kittiwake the last few days and starting to notice more life even though she has been down for about 6 weeks now. A Goliath Grouper has made the giant prop and rudder a great napping place. While soldier fish, sharp-nosed puffers and chromis still tuck inside the nooks and crannies. Stu said he found an old Hustler floating around during a dive and it looked like it was from long ago. Maybe more treasure will start to float to the top for us to enjoy! A break in the wind will allow us to move north and dive Grand Cayman north wall for the next few days. Probably dive Wall-Nut around on Sunday. Not looking forward to all the lion fish we will see. Certain they have taken advantage of the past 10-12 windy days and multiplied!
We would like some feedback from you guys too. Would anyone be interested in doing 1-tank dawn dives for US$75? Great opportunity to get a dive in before work or better your chances of shark sightings as they move with the tide!
Talk to you soon Turtle Heads!