3-Stop Shipwreck Snorkel Tour (Grand Cayman 2020)

About Us
George founded "George's Watersports" in September 2014.

Originally, the business was focused on kayak tours, but as time went on, George moved into paddle board rentals and then boat tours.

Having grown up in the Cayman Islands, George has been involved in watersports for many years, and is focused on providing the best possible experience to his customers.


Video Showing Our 3-Stop Shipwreck Snorkel Tour:



Tour Description:


We snorkel at three separate shipwrecks during this tour.

Wreck of the Cali, Wreck of the Gamma & the USS Kittiwake. This tour is 2.5 hours long.

This is a great adventure for tourists visiting Grand Cayman; we can accommodate both cruise ship guests and hotel/condo guests on this tour.

Our guides will explain the history of each shipwreck, and then you will have the chance to enter the water and snorkel at each one.

 


Tour Details:


  • Free Seven Mile Beach Transport
  • Small Groups
  • Free Beer, Sodas & Bottled Water
  • Snorkeling Equipment Provided
  • Comfortable Fast Boat
  • Tour Duration Is 2.5 Hours
  • $75 USD Per Person
  • 3 Shipwrecks In A Single Tour
  • Minimum Age is 3 Years Old
  • Maximum Weight Is 275 Pounds

 


Additional Information:


We recommend that guests book this tour as early in their vacation as possible; there is a relatively high risk of cancellation due to weather; if you make the reservation at the beginning of your vacation, and the tour is cancelled, then you have more potential to reschedule. You can view our cancellation & refund policy.

If you are a cruise ship guest, then please make sure to book our morning departure.

 


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Images Of The 3 Shipwrecks:


Wreck of the Cali

This is the first shipwreck that we snorkel at.

Located near the George Town harbor in Grand Cayman.

This freighter sunk in 1948 during a storm; it is now a great snorkel spot.

 

Wreck of the Gamma

This is the second shipwreck that we visit during our tour.

This was a steel freighter that sunk off of Seven Mile Beach in 1980 during a Norwester storm.

This wreck is in shallow waters (5 to 10 feet deep), allowing for great easy snorkeling.

 

USS Kittiwake

This is the third shipwreck that we visit on our tour.

This is an ex-US submarine rescue ship that was launched in 1945, and then decommissioned in 1994.

It was purposely sunk off of Seven Mile Beach in Grand Cayman in 2011 to create a new dive/snorkel spot.

 


Below Are Images Of Our Boat:


This is the boat that we use during our 5-stop stingray eco tour.

 

Our boat’s seating layout.

 

Twin 250-hp outboard Yamaha engines on our boat.

 

 


Below Is Our Tour Departure Location:


Our “3-Stop Shipwreck Snorkel Tour” (morning departure) departs from the Lobster Pot Dive Center dock. This is in George Town in Grand Cayman, near Seven Mile Beach.

We also offer free pickup by bus from most major hotels/resorts along Seven Mile Beach. If you need us to pick you up, then you can select your pickup location during the check out process on our website.

If you are a cruise ship guest, then it is only an 8 minute walk from the George Town cruise port to the Lobster Pot Dive Center dock.

If you have any questions, then you can contact us.

 


Can cruise ship passengers do this tour?

Yes, we can accommodate cruise ship guests on our 3-stop shipwreck snorkel tour. We can also accommodate hotel/resort/condo guests too.

How long is this tour?

This tour is 2.5 hours long. Our morning tour departs at 10.15am, and our afternoon tour departs at 2pm. Our new boat has a restroom on it, and is comfortable and spacious. There is also a lot of shade on our boat.

Do we offer free transport?

Yes, we offer free bus pickup from most major hotels along Seven Mile Beach. You also have the option to drive yourself to the Lobster Pot Dive Center dock. If you are a cruise ship guest, then you can walk from the cruise port to the Lobster Pot Dive Center dock (8 minute walk).