Clearly Cayman Resorts

Clearly Cayman Dive Resorts put you just steps away from world-class diving. Our warm, clear Caribbean waters are teeming with marine life, making our resorts great vacation destinations at any time of the year. With a dive resort on each of the three Cayman Islands, no one knows the best diving spots better than we do. Our small, family-owned resorts will make you feel at home, with comfortable rooms, outdoor areas where you can socialize or find a private space of your own, al fresco bars where our friendly staff will remember your name and your favorite beverage, and delicious Caribbean-inspired meals. You’ll arrive as a friend and, forever after, you’ll be part of our family.

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Cobalt Coast

Quiet and intimate or near the action? At the small 24-room Cobalt Coast Resort on Grand Cayman, you don’t have to choose. Our quiet but convenient West Bay location is just a short ride from all the action and excitement of Seven Mile Beach and George Town—by rental car, cab, or public transportation. Before or after dining al fresco, enjoy your favorite beverage at Duppies, overlooking the Caribbean. And Reef Divers makes it easy to reach all the best dive sites, including the North Wall and the Kittiwake wreck.

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Cayman Brac Beach Resort

Cayman Brac Beach Resort is a much-loved getaway for divers of all ages. Enjoy the casual ambiance of our 40-room resort and experience world-class diving, including the MV Captain Keith Tibbetts wreck, just a short Reef Divers’ boat ride away. Relax during non-dive time in our large, freeform pool and spa, or sip your favorite beverage at our Tipsy Turtle Bar’s top deck—the perfect spot for catching sunsets. Feeling adventurous? Hike the Brac’s nature trails, explore some of the island’s caves, or even try rock climbing on the Bluff.

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Little Cayman Beach Resort

Escape to Little Cayman Beach Resort, an intimate, even romantic, oasis offering bucket-list diving, including the Bloody Bay Wall Marine Park, done first class with Reef Divers. Nightlife revolves around our Beach Nuts Bar (karaoke anyone?) or just counting stars in the sky. Lush, tropical grounds are the hallmark of our 40-room resort that features a pool and spa, plus lounges and hammocks for reading, resting, or just enjoying the sea breezes and sounds of the surf.

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Find your own zen on what feels almost like your own private island

Little Cayman is located only 80 miles northeast of Grand Cayman, yet it feels worlds away. Nowhere in the Cayman Islands can you find a better dive destination that’s also a romantic getaway.

The island’s 150 residents (when everyone’s home) happily welcome you to their serene and safe island. Little Cayman Beach Resort’s Beach Nuts Bar is the island hot spot, especially on karaoke night. If you’re more into peace and quiet, then your idea of island Zen might be enjoying a drink with someone special in a secluded niche on the property or lying in hammock on the beach to count stars in the clear night sky.

You can leave your hurry behind, because you’ll be on Little Cayman Island time. In addition to world-class diving, you can rent a kayak and visit nearby Owen’s Island for some snorkeling; tour the Central Caribbean Marine Institute and learn how they’re studying and saving reefs; grab a bike and go exploring; or just read a book in the shade of the palm trees that surround our pool and beach.

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History of the Cayman Islands

There is no record of pre-European settlement of the Cayman Islands.  The three small specks in the Caribbean remained unknown until the morning of May 10, 1503, when a sailor on Christopher Columbus’s fourth and final voyage to the new world spotted two low lying islands whose surrounding waters were teeming with sea turtles. He called them “Las Tortugas.”  The discoveries later renamed the Cayman Islands were a stopping point for the seafaring powers of Europe but were not settled until the 1700s.

Though settlement of Grand Cayman was underway by the 1730s, emigration to the Sister Islands did not begin until a full century later. Prior to settlement, the islands were known to, and used by turtle hunters and fishermen from Grand Cayman and Jamaica. Lured by available land and abundant fishing, early Sister Islanders came largely from a small handful of families, making the eighty-odd mile trip from Grand Cayman in open canoes.

England took formal control of the Cayman Islands as a result of the Treaty of Madrid in 1670.  The Islands were governed as part of the colony of Jamaica until 1962 when they became a separate Crown Colony and Jamaica became an independent commonwealth.   The Cayman Islands remain a Crown Colony to this day with the Governor appointed by the British Parliament.

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