Dive 365 is an exciting programme that has developed a total of 369 separate dive sites around the Cayman Islands, giving divers a unique dive site for every day of the year.
Since their launch over ten years ago, the Dive 365 initiative has highlight 365 dive sights across the Cayman Islands. The 365 dives vary in skill level and interests, so there is a dive fit for everyone! As well as enabling divers to explore the magnificent underwater world, the programme also allows sites to be rested. Divers can explore 235 dive sites in Grand Cayman (not including the yacht moorings) and 134 in the Sister Islands (including the Cayman Brac yacht mooring).
Over the years Dive 365 has added several high profile dive destinations including the Kittiwake, a former US Navy Submarine Rescue Vessel purposely sunk off the shores of Seven Mile Beach to make an artificial reef, the wreck of the Russian-built Cuban Naval Frigate 330 ft. M/V Captain Keith Tibbetts off the coast of Cayman Brac, and Little Cayman’s legendary Bloody Bay Wall, a plunging coral wall with a sheer drop of more than 6,000 feet.
For further information on the Dive 365 initiative and the dive sites visit www.dive365cayman.com or call the Cayman Islands Tourism Association on (345) 949 8522.