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Kittiwake

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Dive site photo

Latitude: 19.36190

Longitude: -81.40122

GPS coordinates of dive site mooring line.

Dive Site Tags:

 Boat
 Salt water

Site Access: Boat

Approximate Depth:
18m / 60ft


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Weather Forecast

Sun Oct 24

28℃ / 82℉

Overcast clouds


Wind

3 kmh / 2 mph SE

Humidity

86%

Sun Oct 24

28℃ / 82℉

Light rain
Wind: 22kmh / 14mph SE
Humidity: 86%

Mon Oct 25

29℃ / 84℉

Light rain
Wind: 21kmh / 13mph SE
Humidity: 74%

Tue Oct 26

29℃ / 84℉

Light rain
Wind: 16kmh / 10mph E
Humidity: 75%

Wed Oct 27

28℃ / 83℉

Overcast clouds
Wind: 13kmh / 8mph NE
Humidity: 73%

Thu Oct 28

29℃ / 83℉

Few clouds
Wind: 17kmh / 11mph SE
Humidity: 75%

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LB_Scuba
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helpful review 15 Helpful votes

"Fantastic!"

Reviewed Jun. 26, 2017

Prepare to be blown away! This is a great wreck dive. The wreck sits in 64' of water and has several penetration spots around the ship. Note: the ship wreck is a private park that is managed by the Cayman Islands Tourism Association so you will be required to pay a fee. For divers the fee is $10US/day and $5US/day for Snorkellers. This is now one of the most popular dive sites in Grand Cayman so expect there to be several other divers in and around the wreck at the same time as you. Be sure to keep close with your buddy so you don't get separated. A good tip would be to plan to dive this wreck at least twice while on the island, this way you don't need to worry about seeing the entire ship in just one dive. Have Fun!... Show More

Visited November 2011

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ScubaDuper
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helpful review 15 Helpful votes

"Kittiwake Wreck"

Reviewed Jun. 12, 2017

HUGE wreck! ~250' long, 40' wide.
Definitely do this dive if you are in the area!
We did our wreck certification here.
Very interesting to swim through the wreck - saw the tanks they used to fill divers tanks.
I believe the wreck was sunk January, 2011.... Show More

Visited November 2011

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